Keynote Speakers for Seattle Region 8 Conference

YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS: Seattle 2016 Conference Boasts OUTSTANDING Keynote Speakers!

Jennifer-Joslin Dr. Jennifer Joslin is the Associate Director for Content Development in the NACADA Executive Office, a Past President of NACADA, and past member of Region 8 when she worked at the University of Oregon. Jennifer is co-editor, with Pat Folsom and Frank Yoder of The New Academic Advisor Guidebook: Creating a Foundation for Success, and with Dr. Nancy Markee, of the 2011 book, Academic Advising Administration: Essential Knowledge and Skills for the 21st Century. Jennifer has presented at regional, national, and international advising conferences, consulted at institutions in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia, and presented four national webinars for NACADA on the topics of the Completion Agenda, social media, working with LGBTQA students, and advising administration.

board_gongLouie Gong is a Native artist, activist and educator widely known for merging traditional Coast Salish art with influences from his urban environment to make strong statements about identity. He has spent most of his career in higher education, working on behalf of low income, first generation students, first at the University of Washington’s Educational Opportunity Center (TRiO) and then at Muckleshoot Tribal College. When speaking, Louie often shows images of his art work to engage his audience, then weaves together humorous personal stories, empirical information and his own analysis to inspire them. He often speaks on topics such as identity, cultural appropriation, and contemporary Native social issues.

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