Lisa is a purveyor of awesome – whether it’s giving folks virtual high fives or her two cents (Canadian), Lisa is full of incredible ideas and inspiration. If you haven’t had the chance yet to watch her TED talk, please stop reading RIGHT NOW and go check it out. Seriously. Okay, done now? Now we can move on.
One of Lisa’s greatest strengths is not just her teaching, but in her ability to infect those around her with awesomeness. She is not just the star athlete, but the head cheerleader, too, and she will make sure that you know that you absolutely can do it – whatever “it” is. To tap into a little of this inspiration, go follow her on Twitter (if you aren’t already) or go check out her blog. Then come back and thank me later.
The Student Affairs Women Talk Tech blog surprised me with a post highlighting myself and my work.
“How do you describe Lisa? Not sure there are words that can give Lisa’s energy justice. I first connected with Lisa via the #sachat community on Twitter, and was immediately struck by two things: 1). Lisa’s ability to reach out and engage with a variety of people about any number of topics. and 2). How much fun Lisa has in everything she does.”
The Supporting Student Success team, a study run out of the University of Toronto, attended CACUSS 2012 and reviewed several sessions, including “Student Services? Let Me Google That …” a session I co-facilitated with BJ Jensen, a friend and colleague from Douglas College.
Tricia wrote a fantastic blog post about celebrating each moment and challenging yourself to exercise positivity. She included a tweet I sent out about refusing to simply ‘get through’ another day.
At CACUSS 2012 I had the opportunity to work with Nancy White around digital community building. Read more about our work and our presentation in her latest blog post.
The awesome Liz Gross created this presentation for the Wisconsin Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (WASFAA) Spring 2012 conference. Check out yours truly talking about the benefits of social media on slide 24.
One of the conversations that started it all. Adding my voice to the unconference discussion.
Poking the box in the student affairs credentialing discussion on Swift Kick.
Amazing review of #NASPA11 by Eric Stoller. High fives all around!
Honoured to be in such great company talking about the proposed consolidation of NASPA and ACPA.
In the company of amazingly awesome women. Check out some of their good reads!
An article about a Student Leadership Conference I presented at during my Master’s career at the University of Victoria.