Expanding Reach & Impact: Enterprise Event Management
at University of Missouri
In an era when higher education institutions are asked to do more with less, many are turning to technology. This on-demand webinar will showcase how University of Missouri Extension’s Conference Office has transformed into a one-stop, planning office for CE events across the state, and how a strategic integration initiative with trusted technology partners has resulted in a multi-platform integration that supports a seamless experience for customers to search, find, register, pay for, and access continuing education programs.
During this on-demand webinar, Kyle Flinn and Jewel Coffman will discuss how they have seen a revolutionary shift in efficiency, scale, and impact by implementing a multi-phase, enterprise event management strategy.
In this webinar, you’ll hear examples of:
- How event management helps increase operational efficiency across the event lifecycle
- How to gain visibility into real-time data and reporting to make informed decisions
- best practices and lessons learned for event programs
Kyle Flinn, Director, Enterprise Program Management for Extension University of Missouri
Kyle Flinn is the Director, Enterprise Program Management for Extension at the University of Missouri. He joined Extension in April 2016 to lead a comprehensive technology program which integrated best-in-class e-commerce, e-marketing, e-learning and event management platforms. Previously, Kyle worked for Sprint Corporation for 20 years where he led highly complex technology upgrade programs. He finished his Sprint career as a technologist and staff manager in the Office of the CEO. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kansas and an MBA from Baker University.
Jewel Coffman, Director of the MU Conference Office University of Missouri
Jewel Coffman is the Director of the MU Conference Office for the University of Missouri. During her 24 years with the conference office she has successfully built a team that provides full-service event planning for organizations, government agencies, and university departments.