2017 Blaine House Conference on Service and Volunteerism

Orono, Maine
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Early Bird Registration Fee and Discounts valid through Sept. 30, 2017!
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Registration and Continental Breakfast  
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM (Eastern Time)
Location: Lobby, DP Corbett, UMaine


Opening Plenary  
9:00 AM - 9:14 AM (Eastern Time)
Location: DPC Lecture Hall (Rm 100)


Keynote Presentation
Tobi Johnson: Volunteer Leadership in a Changing World  (details)
tobi johnson

Tobi Johnson is an international expert and master trainer in volunteer engagement. She is known for her modern thought leadership, highly practical evidence-based strategies, and innovative, "big hat" thinking around engaging, supporting, and acknowledging the work of volunteers. She is the President of Tobi Johnson & Associates, a consulting firm whose mission is to help nonprofit organizations make connections with remarkable volunteers.

In 2015, she founded VolunteerPro, an online training and networking community for leaders of volunteers.Tobi has over 25 years direct experience in nonprofit management, program development, program coordination, training delivery and learning design in the social sector. She wrote Chapter 1 of Volunteer Engagement 2.0: Ideas and Insights for Transforming Volunteer Programs in a Changing World, published by Jossey-Bass in 2015.

She was the Chair for the Certified in Volunteer Administration (CVA) Job Analysis Task Force; responsible for updating the required the competencies for the fields only internationally recognized credential. Each year, she also conducts the Volunteer Management Progress Report, a global state-of-the-industry survey. In 2016, over 1,000 professionals from 18 countries participated.

For the last decade, she has worked with local, state, national, and international human services networks and programs, including Volunteering Australia, CharityHowTo, the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, Pro Bono Australia, the Kansas Health Foundation, Enroll America, the National Trust (UK), the National SHIP Resource Center, AARP, Random Acts of Flowers, Meals on Wheels Association of America, and others. She speaks and trains in the US and abroad at national and local gatherings of volunteer professionals.

A native of the Pacific Northwest, Tobi is a graduate of the University of Washington and has a Masters degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She now lives in East Tennessee.

9:15 AM - 9:45 AM (Eastern Time)
Location: DPC Lecture Hall (Room 100)


Session Block 1 - (Choose one of the following)  

Engaging Volunteers (Karmit Bulman)  (details)

Engaging Volunteers in Skill Based and Higher Responsibility Roles 
Volunteers’ preferred methods of engagement and expectations of organizations are changing as rapidly as the world around us.  Many organizations are rethinking how volunteers can be involved in skill based and in higher level and leadership roles.  This session will:  

•   Explore opportunities for involving volunteers in project leadership and skill based roles 
•   Look at the complexities of volunteers being placed in higher skill based roles 
•  Offer strategies for success in engaging volunteers in skill based and higher responsibility roles.   
Hear practical tips on how to successfully incorporate skills based volunteers, support job seekers as volunteers, engage interns with changing expectations and more.  Learn from fellow leaders of volunteers  how they address multiple trends while keeping up day to day responsibilities. Take home new ideas on how to stay on top of the trends and engage your volunteers better than ever before!

Presenter: Karmit Bulman, 
1800 White Bear Ave, Maplewood, MN  55019
kbulman@mavanetwork.org
mavanetwork.org/ 

karmit bulmanAbout the Presenter: Karmit Bulman is the Executive Director for the Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration (MAVA).   She has extensive experience running non-profit organizations and has a strong background of leadership in international, national and statewide coalition building. Before coming to MAVA, Karmit was the executive  director of the Conflict Resolution Center and previously served as  executive director for Temple Israel, Vail Place and Avenues for Homeless Youth. Her roles have involved financial management, program development, public and community relations, fund raising and oversight of organizational operations. She has a particular passion for facilitation of collaborative processes, conflict assessment, coalition building, executive coaching and consulting, new business development, organizational turnaround, and revenue expansion.  Karmit firmly believes that increased volunteer infrastructure can maximize capacity by making it possible for all non-profits and government entities to fulfill their missions. In Karmit’s words: “Volunteers are a critical resource for improving lives and communities. MAVA provides cutting edge resources which enable organizations to meet critical community needs”.


10:00 AM - 11:15 AM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 105

Volunteer Management 101 (Jason Ketterick, Michelle Surdoval)  (details)

Volunteer Management 101  
The United Way of York County (UWYC) has effectively engaged volunteers to increase organizational capacity and address critical community needs effectively for decades in southern Maine. Please join staff from UWYC and YCSA Volunteer Management to learn more about the fundamentals of volunteer recruitment and management to increase organizational capacity.  

This session is intended for individuals new to volunteer management and interested in the learning more about “best practices” in the area of volunteer management.


Presenters: Jason Ketterick, Community Impact Director Volunteer & Youth Engagement  
United Way York County 
36 Water Street, Kennebunk, ME  04043 
jketterick@buildcommunity.org 
buildcommunity.org/our-work

Michelle Surdoval, Executive Director 
York Community Service Association 
PO Box 180, York, ME   03909 
msurdoval@ycsame.org 
http://ycsame.org/

Jason KetterickAbout the Presenters: Jason Ketterick is currently the Community Impact Director for Youth & Volunteer Programs with the United Way of York County (UWYC). As Director of the UWYC’s Connected Youth programs, Jason is developing programs and partnerships strategically focused on engaging youth in community service and philanthropic projects. As a certified Service Enterprise trainer, he helps regional agencies expand their impact by leveraging skill-based volunteers to increase organizational capacity. Since moving to Maine in 2014, he worked as an Environmental Literacy Educator at Maine Audubon before joining the United Way team in January 2015. He previously held the Education and Stewardship Programs Manager position at Tread Lightly! in Salt Lake City, Utah and worked as a Traveling Trainer with the Leave No Trace Center For Outdoor Ethics in Boulder, Colorado.

michelle surdovalMichelle Surdoval has twenty years of experience working with volunteers whose work has focused on social justice issues at both the community, state and regional levels. She is currently the Executive Director of York Community Service Association (YCSA), a non-profit who works with low income families in York. YCSA has 70 skill based volunteers helping make to make a difference!




10:00 AM - 11:15 AM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 107

Strategic Planning for Volunteer Engagement(Beth Steinhorn)  (details)

Strategic Planning for Volunteer Engagement: Your GPS to Future Success
Successful organizations today view volunteer engagement as a strategy for mission-fulfillment rather than simply as a “program.” The key to that shift is a comprehensive Volunteer Engagement Strategic Plan, which ensures a shared vision for engagement efforts, a destination, detailed map, itinerary, resources, and “drivers”  for the journey. This workshop includes an overview of the process, an informative case study to demonstrate the elements  of a volunteer engagement plan, from assessment through case statement to build organizational support for a strategic plan for engagement.

Presenter: Beth Steinhorn, President  
JFFixler Group  
16748 East Smoky Hill Road, #198, Centennial, CO  80015  
beths@jffixler.com  
jffixler.com/

beth steinhornAbout the Presenter: Beth Steinhorn is a nationally recognized leader, writer, and innovator in volunteer engagement. In addition to presenting at local and national conferences including the National Conference on Volunteering and Service, Beth is a certified Service Enterprise trainer. Beth authored Enhancing the Volunteer Lifecycle for Verified Volunteers, co-authored the book Boomer Volunteer Engagement: Facilitator’s Tool Kit, and served as editor for the book Boomer Volunteer Engagement: Collaborate Today, Thrive Tomorrow, and is a contributing author to VolunteerMatch’s recently published Volunteer Engagement 2.0.

10:00 AM - 11:15 AM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 115

"Why do you think that is ok?" (Bethany Tatro)  (details)

"Why do you think that is ok?"   

This session tackles how to tactfully have “that conversation” with your volunteers. Nobody likes to have a conversation that they anticipate will be stressful, critical or negative.  Some people avoid them all together others try to pass them off to someone else.  Don't avoid or pass off this opportunity to work with your volunteers any longer.  Gain the skills and confidence to approach any issue, talk through some conversations and get some help from your peers!  

Presenter: Bethany Tatro, Volunteer Manager  
Good Shepherd Food Bank of Maine  
3121 Hotel Road, Auburn, ME  04211  
Btatro@gsfb.org  
gsfb.org/get-involved/volunteer/
 

bethany tatroAbout the Presenter: I have been the Volunteer Manager at the Good Shepherd Food Bank for almost 3 years.  We host a variety of types of volunteers both long and short term, both of which come with joys and trials and tribulations.  I came to this position after 10 years of having difficult conversations with college students and training student staff on the nuances of handling themselves within difficult conversations during my time working in residence life and student affairs in university settings.


10:00 AM - 11:15 AM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 117

AmeriCorps Site Supervisor Training (Michael Ashmore)  (details)

AmeriCorps Site Supervisor Training    
If you are supervising, or hoping to supervise, AmeriCorps members at your organization this is the session for you! Like most federal programs, AmeriCorps has its own language, its own culture and –most importantly – some very specific rules.  In this session you will learn what is required of supervisors under the law, what expectations programs have of supervisors and how to get the most out of the members serving at your site.  Come learn about best practices in supervision, member training, growth and evaluation, timekeeping, and prohibited activities. Most importantly, learn how high quality supervision supports member service that will improve your agency’s capacity to help those you serve.

Presenter: Michael Ashmore, Program Development & Training Officer 
Maine Commission for Community Service 
105 State House Station, Augusta, ME  04333 
michael.ashmore@maine.gov  
MaineServiceCommission.gov

michael ashmoreAbout the Presenter: Michael Ashmore joined the Commission staff in April of 2010.  As Program Development & Training Officer he is responsible for outreach and pre-application training for organizations interested in using National Service as a solution and is also responsible for providing training to funded agencies and other organizations interested in increasing their capacity to utilize the power for volunteer service. In addition, he co-chairs the State Emergency Donations Coordination Team where the Commission has responsibility for managing volunteers during statewide disasters.

Prior to joining the Commission, Michael was Director of the Maine Transition Network, a nonprofit providing training to schools and agencies helping youth with disabilities transition from school to adult life.  He was also a teacher and school district administrator for almost two decades and brings experience guiding volunteers as the onetime director and coordinator of volunteers for the NAMES Project-Maine; AIDS Memorial Quilt.




10:00 AM - 11:15 AM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 217

Lunch and Networking:
Select 1. After you choose a time for lunch, details about the networking session will be revealed. You will order your Box Lunch in another tab.  

Lunch Period A.  (details)
If you select the Lunch scheduled for 11:15 AM, your networking session (Hometown Connections) will be in the Memorial Union and start at 12:15 PM. Check the schedule with your badge on the day of the conference to get the specific room in the Union.
11:15 AM - 12:10 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: The Bear's Den, Memorial Union

Lunch Period B  (details)
If you have lunch at 12:15 pm, your networking session (Hometown Connections) will be in the Memorial Union and start at 11:15 PM. Check the schedule with your badge on the day of the conference to get the specific room in the Union.

12:15 PM - 1:10 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: The Bear's Den, Memorial Union

Hometown Connections Networking (Period A): Expanding your network and assets  (details)
Hometown Connections: Expanding your network and assets
Bring your business cards and be ready to make new connections! This very interactive session will be thought-provoking and energizing.

Facilitator: Maryalice Crofton, Executive Director,
Maine Commission for Community Service, 105 State House Station, Augusta, ME
service.commission@maine.gov
www.maineservicecommission.gov

croftonAbout the facilitator: Maryalice has 40 years of experience in volunteer management and agency leadership in Maine and Connecticut. She likes to say she was born thinking things over and enjoys finding connections between people and ideas. If given the chance, she will always turn to "Open Space Technology" to engage lots of people in solving problems or planning for the future. It's a mash-up of two parental admonitions: two heads are better than one and the more the merrier.



11:15 AM - 12:14 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Bangor Room, main floor Memorial Union

Hometown Connections (Period B): Expanding your network and assets  (details)
Hometown Connections: Expanding your network and assets
Bring your business cards and be ready to make new connections! This very interactive session will be thought-provoking and energizing.

Facilitator:  Maryalice Crofton, Executive Director
Maine Commission for Community Service, 105 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0105
service.commission@maine.gov
www.MaineServiceCommission.gov


croftonAbout the Facilitator: Maryalice has 40 years of experience in volunteer management and agency leadership in Maine and Connecticut. She likes to say she was born thinking things over and enjoys finding connections between people and ideas. If given the chance, she will always turn to "Open Space Technology" to engage lots of people in solving problems or planning for the future. It's a mash-up of two parental admonitions: two heads are better than one and the more the merrier.


12:15 PM - 1:14 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Bangor Room, main floor Memorial Union


Session Block 2: Seminars
(These sessions are longer and run through the entire afternoon. Select 1)  

Count What Matters (Tobi Johnson)  (details)
Count What Matters: How to Develop Smart Outcome Metrics for Volunteer Programs  
Increasingly, volunteer services are called upon to prove impact, but what can you track that is meaningful, beyond volunteer hours & retention? How can organizations describe actual impacts versus outputs thus demonstrating the true return on investment of volunteer programs?


The ability to explain the value proposition of volunteer services, and to develop and track metrics that matter, can help us all position our sector to advocate more strongly for additional resources. This also helps us better share our story with emerging stakeholders interested in volunteerism. Learn a simple process to develop outcome indicators that can help make program improvement and even growth a reality. 

Presenter: Tobi Johnson
Tobi Johnson and Associates 
10300 Evening Ridge Lane, Knoxville, TN  37922 
tobi@tobijohnson.com  
tobijohnson.com

tobi johnsonAbout the Presenter: Tobi Johnson is an international expert and master trainer in volunteer engagement. She is known for her modern thought leadership, highly practical evidence-based strategies, and innovative, "big hat" thinking around engaging, supporting, and acknowledging the work of volunteers. She is the President of Tobi Johnson & Associates, a consulting firm whose mission is to help nonprofit organizations make connections with remarkable volunteers.




1:30 PM - 4:15 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 115

Reading Our Reality Together. (Dr. Larry McCullough and Robert Sapiro)  (details)

Reading Our Reality Together. Quickly Discover Resources, Build Teams & Take Action  
Inspired by Luther K. Snow’s Asset Mapping method, this workshop shows how to generate action ideas based on existing resources, form teams and set the stage for action within just one gathering. This approach breaks out of the cycle of time-consuming meetings and complaints about lack of resources and instead focuses energy on what we already have, seeing new possibilities and moving to motivated action. We will learn from real world examples of ELIOT Connects and the Seacoast Sustainability Alliance and do the process itself, generating ideas and teams that lead to practical action.

Presenters: Dr. Larry McCullough, Executive Director 
Pinetree Institute, 206 Old Rd, Eliot, ME  03903  
LNmccullough@gmail.com  
pinetreeinstitute.org/

Robert Sapiro, Administrator  
Green Acre Baha'i Center of Learning  
61 Green Acre Drive, Eliot, ME  03903  
rsapiro@usbnc.org  
http://www.greenacre.org/

Dr. Larry McCulloughAbout the Presenters: Dr. Larry McCullough, Founder and Executive Director of Pinetree Institute, has over 30 years experience working with major corporations, non-profit organizations and governmental agencies in the areas of leadership development, change management, business process improvement and strategic planning. The Pinetree Institute focuses on the development of sustainable well-being for individuals, communities and the environment offering workshops and conference facilities, sponsoring the Seacoast Sustainability Alliance and participating in ELIOT Connects, a community-based collaboration initiative.

Robert SapireRobert Sapiro, Administrator at the Green Acre Baha’i Center of Learning in Eliot, Maine, has more than 20 years experience facilitating seminars, meetings and workshops on community building throughout New England both as part of the Baha'i community and for White People Challenging Racism: Moving from Talk to Action. Using the Asset Mapping process, he kick-started ELIOT Connects, a community-based collaboration initiative, which brings together people and organizations to enrich the well-being and vibrancy of the community.



1:30 PM - 4:15 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 117

Who Me?: Are you the leader volunteers (and your organization) need you to be?(Jennifer Bennett)  (details)

Who Me?: Are you the leader volunteers (and your organization) need you to be?  
What does it mean to be a leader of volunteer engagement? How can you lead if you don’t have a place on the Management Team? In this session we’ll explore the idea of transformational leadership, and idealized influence. The concepts of transformational leadership can be applied to lead volunteers and paid staff to greater engagement and impact. Whether you’re a seasoned leader or just getting started come discuss what it means to be a leader. Attendees will leave with a leadership needs assessment and an action plan to develop the skills to be an effective leader of volunteer engagement.

Presenter: Jennifer Bennett, Senior Manager, Education & Training  
V
olunteerMatch  
550 Montgomery St, 8th Floor, San Francisco, CA  94111  
jbennett@volunteermatch.org  
www.volunteermatch.org/

 

jennifer bennettAbout the Presenter: Jennifer joined VolunteerMatch to formalize and manage the organization’s volunteer engagement program. With her breadth of experience she is well qualified to help VolunteerMatch’s community of Nonprofits better recruit and engage volunteers.     She shares her knowledge with volunteer managers through the webinars found on the Learning Center, in newsletters and blog entries, and in person at conferences around the country. She serves on the Planning Committee for the Volunteer Engagement and Capacity Building tracks for the Points of Light Conference on Volunteering and Service.    She’s a strong believer in the importance of engaging volunteers in meaningful work and was certified in Volunteer Administration in 2009, and joined the Board of the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration in 2012, and is the current Board Chair.     She has also been an active volunteer all her life, and currently volunteers with Project Homeless Connect in San Francisco, and sits on the Steering Committee of the Friends of the California Academy of Sciences. She holds a B.A. from Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, VA.
1:30 PM - 4:15 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 105

Session Block 2A  -
Regular workshops (Choose one of the following)  

Creating Inclusive Volunteer Opportunities for Diverse Populations(Lauren Porter and Sarah Chang)  (details)

Creating Inclusive Volunteer Opportunities for Diverse Populations  
What kind of barriers hinder your potential volunteer base from wanting to be a part of something really special? Provide a place for your volunteers to thrive and live up to their potential by attracting them to spaces that are inclusive and safe, supportive and multi-faceted, and ultimately, continuous -- that YOU create! Learn about the components of spaces that have these qualities and how you can cultivate memorable experiences for your volunteers to keep them coming back for more. Join us to learn how we have reached out to our diverse student population and dispel myths about delving outside of their comfort zones.

Presenters: Lauren Porter, AmeriCorps VISTA STEM Ambassadors Coordinator  
University of Southern Maine Community Engagement and Career Development  
85 Bedford St., 140-F Luther Bonney Hall, Portland, ME  04104  
lauren.porter@maine.edu  
usm.maine.edu/community-engagement-career-development

Sarah Chang, AmeriCorps VISTA STEM Partnerships Coordinator   
University of Southern Maine Community Engagement and Career Development   
85 Bedford St, 140F Luther Bonney Hall, Portland, ME  04104    
usm.vista@maine.edu  
usm.maine.edu/community-engagement-career-development

sarah changAbout the Presenter: Sarah Chang is currently an AmeriCorps VISTA, serving as a STEM Partnerships Coordinator at the University of Southern Maine, where she supports STEM courses that have Service-Learning components and faculty who wish to make Service-Learning a part of their pedagogy. She is also leading the STEM Sisters initiative out of USM which connects young women on STEM pathways with young girls in the Portland community to inspire them to pursue a life full of STEM.
  


lauren porterLauren Porter describes herself as having a moderate level of experience in volunteer management. For the past  year and a half she has served as an AmeriCorps VISTA and work year-round on managing college-aged volunteers. Her AmeriCorps VISTA assignment involves working on access to higher education, STEM literacy programs, and volunteer management. As an undergraduate student at the University of Southern Maine majoring in social work (BSW) and political science (BA) she became interested in pursuing a career in public policy, with a focus on healthcare access and other areas of socio-economic justice.

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 217

Creating Sustainable Academic Partnerships(Tom Mullin)  (details)

Creating Sustainable Academic Partnerships  
Many of you have said in a meeting “Let’s get a student to do this.” This interactive workshop will provide volunteer managers with an overview of how to develop an effective internship programs, service/community based learning and relationships with college and university career centers.  Learn how to leverage staff resources by partnering with academic institutions, students and future volunteer managers. The session will included a combination of experiential co-creating exercises, lectured information and group discussion. Participants will be provided key resources related to Best Practices, legal considerations, and the nuts and bolts of designing a sustainable partnerships that meets academic standards. Participants will be ready to set up a win-win partnership allowing them to leverage resources with a myriad of projects while also providing a meaningful learning opportunity.

Presenter: Tom Mullin, Associate Professor of Parks and Forest Resources  
Unity College
90 Quaker Hill Road, Unity, ME  04988  
tmullin@unity.edu  
unity.edu/

tom mullinAbout the Presenter: Tom Mullin has been on the faculty of Unity College since 1999.  During that time he has served as the faculty mentor for over 300 internships, incorporated service learning into nearly all my classes, partnered with over 100 different organizations for service learning and spoke at over 25 conferences and workshops on academic partnerships at the local, regional and national stage.  He was recognized by the Maine Campus Compact with their highest award for faculty enagement and was selected to be a Fellow of the National Association for Interpretation in 2004.
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 218

Session Block 3 - Regular workshops (Choose one of the following)  

Building a Budget from the Ground Up: the basics that matter(Michael Ashmore)  (details)

Building a Budget from the Ground Up: the basics that matter  
What’s the difference between hitting your targets and falling short? Knowing whether you have the financial resources (cash and in-kind) to get things done. Stop flying blind when it comes to budgets. Come learn the basics tools for building a budget, understand revenue and expenditure, cash and in-kind, direct and indirect cost and how to use these to build an effective and appropriate budget for your agency or the programs within it and then how to use it as a tool for effectively managing the program itself.

Presenter: Michael Ashmore, Program Development & Training Officer 
Maine Commission for Community Service 
105 State House Station, Augusta, ME  04333  
michael.ashmore@maine.gov  
MaineServiceCommission.gov

michael ashmoreAbout the Presenter: Michael Ashmore joined the Commission staff in April of 2010.  As Program Development & Training Officer he is responsible for outreach and pre-application training for organizations interested in using National Service as a solution and is also responsible for providing training to funded agencies and other organizations interested in increasing their capacity to utilize the power for volunteer service. In addition, he co-chairs the State Emergency Donations Coordination Team where the Commission has responsibility for managing volunteers during statewide disasters.

Prior to joining the Commission, Michael was Director of the Maine Transition Network, a nonprofit providing training to schools and agencies helping youth with disabilities transition from school to adult life.  He was also a teacher and school district administrator for almost two decades and brings experience guiding volunteers as the onetime director and coordinator of volunteers for the NAMES Project-Maine; AIDS Memorial Quilt.

3:00 PM - 4:15 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 217

Expanding Perspectives and Inclusiveness In Your Organization(Cecily Cook)  (details)

Expanding Perspectives and Inclusiveness In Your Organization  
Working with people from different backgrounds and cultures can be a unique challenge in today's professional world. But it is also rewarding and enriching! Come learn how cross-cultural competence is key to being an effective leader, volunteer manager, and citizen. We'll share stories of people whose lives may have been very different from yours, in places very different from Maine, and ways you can grow your cross-cultural competency to meet the needs of your volunteers, coworkers, and beneficiaries.

Presenter: Cecily Cook, Planning and Research Associate  
Maine Commission for Community Service  
105 State House Station, Augusta, ME  04333  
cecily.cook@maine.gov  
http://www.maineservicecommission.gov

cecily cookAbout the Presenter: I have a great deal of experience navigating cultural differences and connecting with people from a variety of different backgrounds. While studying my Master's Degree in Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University in Sweden I co-founded and managed a humanitarian aid organization in Erbil, Iraq working primarily with Syrian refugees. I've also lived in Peru, working with street children from Lima, studied in Cairo, worked in Kuwait, and traveled for extended periods of time to many other places in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

3:00 PM - 4:15 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Rm DPC 218

Closing Plenary -- Door Prizes, and more!  
4:15 PM - 4:30 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: DPC Room 100

 

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