Some of Karen's other pursuits:
Keynotes, Workshops, Consultations and Tete-a-Tetes
I enjoy speaking to groups, whether it is a keynote for 500 at the
end of a conference, or a full day retreat for 20 people, or an in-service
for a facility in Manitowoc I think this stuff is a good time. No matter
what the topic, who the audience is or where the presentation is - I
try to personalize it to fit my audience. I almost always interact with
my audience. I need to have a conversation with them. I
If you just look at me sideways I’ll start organizing your group. I serve on two conference planning committees in the Southeastern Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Association. I am co-facilitator for a support group at Luther Manor.
For the last 4 years I have presented at the Wisconsin State Alzheimer’s Association Conference. In May of 2002, I was the Sunday night keynote speaker for the Caregiver Banquet. The chicken was great.
From Superior to Kenosha, from Marinette to Cuba City and points between I’ve been presenting in-services, keynotes and my Comedy/Drama, Sometimes Ya Gotta Laugh.
I will be presenting at the National Alzheimer’s Conference in July of 2003 with a full workshop and a poster presentation. This is my second time presenting at the National Conference. Last time I co-presented with Dr. Anne Basting on the TimeSlips project in 2000. That was cool.
Performing and presenting for the health care community gives me the greatest satisfaction, but I have also worked with the business community, public school system, healthy seniors, the Deaf community, and the developmentally disabled.
We were made to feel at ease with your humor and the group was encouraged to participate in not only in the games but in the discussion. What we had to say mattered.
Our comments and feelings were never made to feel wrong.
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