SPEAKING & PUBLICATIONS
It is always an honor when I am asked to share with one or many about my career experiences, personal projects or teach a new skill set. Ever speaking engagement has pushed me to better myself, reflect and improve on how to best communicate with audiences.
Below are conferences, podcast and formal presentations that I have been asked to speak at for public audiences. If you would like to chat with me about any of the topics or learn more, please feel free to reach out.
As part of a panel composed of digital professionals, I had the pleasure of sharing my perspective on, "Website Redesign Mistakes: How To Avoid Them, How To Work Through Them, And How To Design Something Sustainable" at the Museums in the Web 2017 conference in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to the panel discussion, we published a long form topic paper that was written and reviewed by colleagues and panelist to allow audiences to dive deeper into our lessons learned and view additional resources.
A colleague and myself presentation at the WebCon DC in February 2017 was titled, "Website Redesign Mistakes: How To Avoid Them, How To Work Through Them, And How To Design Something Sustainable," where we walked through our organizations digital transformation that included a new website and the valuable lessons learned through the process.
As the founder of Beads & Bubbly, the Jewelryosophy 360 podcast invited to speak on their show about the importance of creatives supporting each other, how jewelry artisans can promote their skills and brand fearlessly, and how a jewelry entrepreneur can break the traditional jewelry business mold.
Ford's Theatre Art Director and myself presented at the Print to Web Design Brunch at General Assembly in Washington, District of Columbia in February 2015.
As a satellite intern for the Ohio Governor's Office for Women's Initiatives and Outreach, my director and I spoke at Otterbein College regarding a statewide listening tour that focused on women's needs that helped to inform legislation and future initiatives.