SPEAKING/WORKSHOPS

-Reinventing Journalism Through Experimentation

2022, Associated Collegiate Press Spring National Conference, Long Beach

-Journalism Innovation Workshop

2022, Associated Collegiate Press Spring National Conference, Long Beach

-Gender, Diversity, and Inclusion in Reporting

2021, Associated Collegiate Press Spring National Conference, Virtual

-Working as a Student Journalist in a Time of Misinformation and Attacks on Democracy
2021, Associated Collegiate Press Spring National Conference, Virtual

-Coronapalooza: Live virtual reporting event

2021, JACC State Conference, Virtual

-Creating a Digital Magazine

2020, College Media Association, New York

-The Future of Student Media

2020, College Media Association, New York

-Building Your College Media as a Brand

2020, College Media Association, New York

-It’s All in the Message: Attracting a New Breed of Students to Your Staff

2019, ACP National College Convention, San Francisco, CA

-Calling All Latinx Journalists: Your Audience Needs You

2019, ACP National College Convention, San Francisco, CA

-Women in Media Panel

2019, College Media Association Spring Convention, New York

-Don’t Let This Happen to You: A Lesson in Libel

2019, College Media Association Spring Convention, New York

Renew, Revive and Revamp Your College Media

2019, ACP Conference, Washington, DC

The Impact of Social Media on Journalism

2018, ACP National College Convention, Long Beach, CA

Navigating Your Student Media Through Communities of Color

2018, ACP National College Convention, Long Beach, CA

Challenges in Community College Advising

2018, ACP National College Convention, Long Beach, CA

Rock and Roll Reporting in a Digital Age

2017, College Media Convention, New York, NY

The Social Media Revolution

2017, ACP Conference, Dallas, TX

The Art of Social Engagement

2017, ACP Conference, Dallas, TX

Truth in Media

2016, Comm Day, Cal Poly Pomona

Saying Goodbye to All That: How one Journalism Program Moved Its Newsroom to Medium

2015, JACC State Convention, Sacramento

Top 10 Digital Media Trends

2015, ACP Convention, Austin, TX

Let’s Talk About Engagement

2015, ACP Convention, Austin, TX

“Money Ball Journalism: Building Sustainable Media Models

2014, AEJMC National Convention, Quebec

“Tweeting, Posting and Vining, Oh My!

2013, College Media Association, Spring National Convention, New York

Building Your Brand

Staying off the Chopping Block: How to Save Your J-Program

2013, College Media Association, Spring National Convention, New York

2014, AEJMC National Convention, Quebec

“The Digital Divide: Teaching 21st Century Journalism

2014, AEJMC National Convention, Quebec

“Can Digital Journalism Co-Exist with Print?”

2014, AEJMC National Convention, Quebec

“Goodbye Disruption, Hello Disintermediation.”

2014, AEJMC National Convention, Quebec

“Student Journalists Gone Wild”

2013, AEJMC National Convention, Washington, DC

“The Vulnerable Status of Journalism Programs

2013, AEJMC National Convention, Washington, DC

“Can Journalism be Crowdfunded?”

2013, AEJMC National Convention, Washington, DC

Teaching Entrepreneurial Journalism

2013, AEJMC National Convention, Washington, DC

Relevancy, Trust and Profitability

2013, AEJMC National Convention, Washington, DC

Innovation is Scary: Just Jump!

2013, ACP Convention, New Orleans, LA

“DIY Disruption: Reinventing Journalism Through Experimentation”

2012, AEJMC Annual Convention, Chicago, IL

The Digital Curators: Finding the signal in a Sea of Noise”

2012, AEJMC Annual Convention, Chicago, IL

We'll Do It Live: Real-Time Reporting Without Regrets”

2012, AEJMC Annual Convention, Chicago, IL

It’s All in the Message: How to Attract a New Breed of Journalism Students”

2012, AEJMC Annual Convention, Chicago, IL          

“Rock and Roll Reporting in a Digital World”

2012, College Media Advisers Spring Convention, New York, NY     

“Blogs, Wikis and Blackboard: A Look at Online Delivery”

2011, AEJMC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO

“The Endangered Media Adviser”

 2011, AEJMC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO

“But I Found My Source on Twitter!”

2011, AEJMC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO

“Shut up and Post!

2011, AEJMC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO

“Can the Geeks Save Journalism?”

2011, College Media Advisers Convention, New York, NY

“The Three Rs of Small Programs: “Recruitment, Retention and Reconnection”

2011, AEJMC Annual Convention, St. Louis, MO

 “Recruit, Retain, Revive”

2011 Associated Collegiate Press Convention, Los Angeles, CA

“Bringing best practices in Public Relations to the Small Program Environment”

2010, AEJMC Annual Convention, Denver, CO

”You Want Me to Do What? Self Learning Outside the Classroom”

2011 JACC National Convention, Sacramento, CA

 “How to Not Get Sued: Don’t Let this Happen to You”

2010, College Media Advisers Spring Convention, New York, NY

“Preventative Medicine: Don’t Wait for Your Journalism Program to be Cancelled Before You Throw it a Lifeline.”

2010, AEJMC Annual Convention, Denver, CO

“The Invisible Line Between Blogging and Reporting”

2010, AEJMC Annual Convention, Denver, CO

“Using Technology Tools to Make Your Story Better”

2010, AEJMC Annual Convention, Denver, CO

“The Multiplatform Magazine”

2010, AEJMC Annual Convention, Denver, CO

 “Tips for Making Your Journalism Program Thrive”

2010, JACC National Convention, Los Angeles, CA

“Staying Off the Chopping Block”

2010, Associated Collegiate Press/CMA National Convention, Louisville, KY

“Keeping Your Newspaper Alive and Breathing (For Now)”

2009, College Media Advisers Spring Convention, New York, NY

Rock and Roll Reporting and Getting Sued: A Case Study

2009, College Media Advisers Convention, New York, NY

“Print is Dead: The Truth Hurts”

2009, JACC National Convention, Sacramento, CA

“The Journalism Project: Saving Programs one School at a Time”

2009, JACC Faculty Convention, Morro Bay, CA

 “Keeping Journalism Programs Alive”

2009, Associated Collegiate Press Convention/CMA, Austin, TX

“Preventing Libel”

2008, UCLA Communications Workshop, Westwood, CA

“Ethics in a Digital Age”

2008, College Media Advisers National Convention, New York, NY

“The Changing Face of Journalism”

2008, JACC National Convention, Los Angeles, CA