|Hosting an Engaging Webinar|
|4/16/2015 1:00 PM - 4/16/2015 2:00 PM|
|Central Standard Time via GoToWebinar|
In a growing technological world and with an ever changing student demographic, hosting on-campus workshops and events may not always meet the needs of our students. In this session, we will discuss the growing use of webinars and explore activities and resources you can use to create more engaging presentations for audiences.
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Tamara D. Small
Manager, Career Services
Lead Career Service Specialist
Career Services Specialist
As Manager, Career Services, Tamara Small provides advice, guidance and resources to assist students and alumni of Ashford University with career exploration and planning process. She has experience working in Student Affairs in private, public, and proprietary higher education institutions. Tamara possesses several years of experience developing, organizing, and presenting workshops and events. She has unique training and teaching experiences in Higher Education, Financial Services, and Wellness. She has strong abilities to work one-on-one and in group settings to help individuals accomplish their desired career goals. Determined professional with a natural ability to connect and lead others. Producer and Host of an Internet radio show and webinars with a strong ability to work with new online technology.
As the Lead Career Services Specialist at Ashford University, Genesis Lastrella-Quicho supports non-traditional, online, adult learners nationwide in their pursuit of their career goals. She earned her BA in Psychology from San Diego State University and her MA in Educational Leadership from Argosy University. Genesis has developed her professional expertise in student development through her experience in new student programs, retention programs, multicultural centers, and career development. Throughout her career in higher education, Genesis has sought opportunities to serve students through employing her passion for multicultural identity, diversity, and student development.
Tina Tan has an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a graduate degree in Counseling with a specialization in career counseling. She’s a Nationally Certified Counselor through the National Board of Certified Counselors and has been working in the education field for over 11 years with 8 of those years in career services in a variety of sectors in education. Tina says that the best part of her current job is hearing students have “ah ha” moments during discussions.