Expanding Continuing, Professional, and Extension Education Programs with Centralized Event Technology
Continuing, Professional, and Extension Education leaders share a common set of priorities and challenges:
- Remain relevant to the rapidly changing workforce by offering programs that align to the needs of employers
- Stay responsive to shifting student demographics and demand in an ever-increasing competitive market
- Introduce innovation while doing more with less
With these priorities and challenges, forward thinking leaders and operators across these fields have identified ways for event technology to unite their efforts.
During this on-demand webinar, professionals across continuing education and extension education programs, including Cornell University, University of Missouri-Extension, and Georgetown Law will share their perspectives on the critical role event technology plays in their day-to-day operations and long-term strategic planning.
In this on-demand webinar, you’ll hear discussions around:
Key Benefits: Operational Efficiency, Increased Revenue, Audience-Centric
Best Practices: Implementation & Adoption; Personalization; Fee & For Free
Now & Future: Adapting to Disruptions & Crisis; Evolving Future Event Programs
Getting Started or Expanding Takeaways: PCI Compliant; Systems, Process, & People
Katelynn Harrison, Marketing and Program Assistant within the Department of Executive and Continuing Legal Education at Georgetown Law.
Katelynn Harrison is the Marketing and Program Assistant within the Department of Executive and Continuing Legal Education at Georgetown Law. Katelynn joined the team two years ago and is responsible for many administrative aspects of the department’s event programs, including day-to-day accounting, marketing, sponsorship, and online engagement.
Kyle Flinn, Director of Extension Web Services at University of Missouri.
Kyle Flinn is the Director of Extension Web Services 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.
Melissa Mahon, Cvent Senior Client Success Advisor for Cornell University.
Melissa Mahon is a Senior Client Success Advisor at Cvent. She joined Cvent in July 2018, working with the Client Success team where she specializes in managing Higher Education clients.
Jordan Clark, Senior Client Success Manager at Cvent.
Jordan Clark is a Client Success Manager at Cvent. She joined Cvent in January 2016, working with the Strategic Advocates Team where she leads Client Enablement for new onboarding clients. Jordan has worked in the Meetings and Travel industry for over 15 years.