I had the honor of speaking at the 2019 Georgia State University Tech Trends Conference with my colleagues Jaro Klc and Chris Burge. We spoke about our data-driven solutions to improve the student experience at GSU in a breakout session called “New Technologies and the Student Experience.” Jaro and I talked about our project called […]
Today, I have the privilege of speaking at the 3rd Annual Healthcare Oncology Symposium by CEU Creations and Cancer Treatment Centers of America. Anne McSweeney and I will open the day with our presentation about the patient experience through storytelling and music, and I’ll participate in the survivorship panel in the afternoon.
I’m excited to be a guest speaker at the annual Testicular Cancer Conference in Devner, Colorado this year for the Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation. I’m also excited to meet Dr. Lawrence Einhorn who revolutionized testicular cancer treatment. His research in platinum combination chemotherapy in patients with metastatic testicular cancer turned the research world upside down, and […]
I’m doing it again! I feel so fortunate that I had interest from both people who couldn’t make it out to the first one as well as from one of the coolest venues. Yes, I will be having another: What: A book launch for Having A Ball At Thirty along with live music from Urban […]
Fayetteville: Brunch 2 a Better U Series- Patient/Client Centered Care CEU: Perspectives of Diagnosis, Treatment and Survivorship Through Story Telling and Music I will be reading from my new book, telling my story, and performing my musical Turning Thirty about my experience with cancer for an accredited CEU class for social workers, case managers, nurses, […]
Come celebrate the release of my new book, “Having A Ball At Thirty” with live reading and music performances!
The Digital Marketing Panel – R. “Ray Wang, Sunder Sarangan, me, and Michelle Killebrew This was my first time at the Constellation Research annual conference – Connected Enterprise 2016. I originally met R “Ray” Wang earlier this year at an Adobe Symposium where we were both speaking, and was immediately taken by his energy and […]
I want to thank Doug Walker and Care Logistics for inviting me to speak about the patient experience on their innovative new “Who Cares?” podcast. Click the link or image or try the Podbean podcast player below. http://whocareshospitaltalk.podbean.com/e/a-showman-a-patient-an-advocate-a-cancer-survivor/
Once again, I had the privilege to perform my musical, Turning Thirty, about my experience with testicular cancer, to an audience of nurses, social workers, case managers, counselors, and physical therapists. In partnership with Anne McSweeney of CEU Concepts, I presented the musical and together we held an interactive session to discuss the patient experience […]
The March Issue of the Atlanta Intown paper has an article about my musical “Turning Thirty,” about my experience with cancer. intown_march2016_turning30