Jr. NAD values community. What better way to get the community involved with an event?! Sean Norman will share the must-do’s in event planning. This quick lesson will help your Jr. NAD chapters plan successful events!
- DATE: Wednesday, March 15th, 8 pm ET
- Voice interpretation and captioning will be provided.
- No CEUs will be offered for this webinar
- This is a free webinar that requires registration.
Sean hails from Chicago, Illinois. After graduating from high school, Sean became a strong supporter for deaf youth. Sean started his career as a sub teacher but he realized that wasn’t really his passion. Eventually, Sean found his new passion: hosting events and planning programs for people! Sean loves gathering people together, seeing them smile, and having a great time. Sean completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and Recreation at Gallaudet University. Sean worked at the National Association of the Deaf as the Office Manager for four years. Sean is now the Program Coordinator for the Mayor's Office of Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing of District of Columbia. Sean hopes to pursue a Master's Degree in Tourism Administration - Event and Planning Management.
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