Brittany Wagner, a nationally respected athletic academic counselor and star of the hit Netflix documentary series, Last Chance U, will discuss how she has guided student-athletes to academic and professional success.
Throughout her career, Brittany has helped many young men who found themselves at a crossroads dig deep and move beyond personal failure to find success despite run-ins with the law, extreme poverty, abandonment, and often a complete lack of academic preparedness. Recognized for her compassion, encouragement, and no-nonsense attitude, Brittany has served as mentor, mother, and disciplinarian to the individuals behind some of college football’s most inspiring success stories. She launched her own company, Ten Thousand Pencils, to aid at-risk youth by working individually with high school and college-level administrators, counselors, and teachers to help them build relationships with these students and better understand and support their emotional, social, and academic needs. Her upcoming book, Next Chance You: Tools, Tips and Tough Love for Bringing Your A-Game to Life, will show readers that even when they think they have failed and all hope is lost, every day offers a new chance to get up, start over, and seize the opportunities that come their way.
As higher ed institutions leverage Jenzabar’s products to achieve their mission and serve the needs of students, our customer success team thrives on ensuring our clients are achieving their desired outcomes with every interaction. In this session, Mike DiComes, VP of Customer Success, will have a conversation with three Jenzabar clients from varying types of institutions as they describe their Jenzabar journey, how they worked with the Jenzabar team to get to where they are, and the next steps in their digital transformation roadmap.
Hear from Les Zimmerman, Jenzabar's VP of Product Development, as he highlights the new features, functionalities and technologies from Jenzabar. Discover what’s on the horizon for Jenzabar’s market-leading offerings and how institutions can leverage new technologies and applications to drive student engagement and maximize collaboration across campus.
While women make up almost 50% of the workforce, they are underrepresented in leadership roles. Less than 40% of managerial roles are held by women and the higher in the ladder one climbs, the lower the rates. For women of color, the numbers are particularly unfair, with only 3% comprised of minorities. Join us for an inspiring upskilling session on career advancement for women.
Despite our best efforts, cyberthreats are on the rise. No matter if your role is in IT or not, everyone plays a part in managing risk. Please join this upskilling session to learn about the latest in security and what you can do to be an effective practitioner.
For years the demographics of higher education have been shifting away from traditional-age college students and accelerating a transformation of higher education business models. Learners are more focused than ever on choosing educational offerings based on career relevance, affordability, and flexibility. Please join this interactive session to explore ideas on ways to helps learners connect job-relevant skills to your programs, courses, and certificates while helping your institution grow enrollment, grow revenue, and grow value.