ACPA 2014. My first ACPA. Reinvent. Indy. Pecha Kucha. ACPA Media. Genius Labs. HEd Talks. Brené Brown. Social Media Command Center. A website that was adaptive, creative, and pleasing to the eye.
It was far and away one of the most engaging and fun conferences I have ever attended and at the same time the one which I felt the most connected. Between social media, people, speaking and the sessions – everything spoke to my personal, professional, and imaginary mind and spirit.
While I’ve never been a big fan of themes at conferences, ACPA 15’s is a call to action. We must consider, collaborate, create, and commit as educators and as an association to the possibilities, the creativity, and the talent that the association membership has to offer as well as outside influences.
What can ACPA 15 in Tampa, Florida possibly do to carry on the momentum, the energy, and the progress that ACPA 14 started?
I’m not about to sit on the sidelines to wait and find out. I’m lucky to have build an amazing pyramid of network connections who have partied with me, protected me, and most of all promote me and my work.
Which brings me to where I am right now.
Today, I can announce that I have joined the ACPA 2015 Convention Steering Team in the Tech/Innovation Chair role. In this role I will be standing on the shoulders of giants whom I am grateful to call friends and mentors (Ed Cabellon & Tony Doody).
I hope to see you in Tampa, March 5th – March 8th.
If you missed Indy, you won’t want to miss this.
If you attended Indy, you know what you will miss if you don’t attend Tampa.
Let’s get to work.