ADRIC TALKS – ADRIC NATIONAL CONFERENCE

It was my honor to select speakers, host and be Master of Ceremonies for the ADRIC Talks at the recent ADRIC National Convention called Big Sky, Big Ideas in Calgary, this past October. As part of the ADRIC National Convention Speaker Selection Committee, I was tasked with soliciting submissions, selecting speakers, and preparing them for their TED Talk like submission at the national conference.

I was humbled by the process and feedback of this first annual ADRIC Talk, and am excited that I have been asked by the ADRIC leadership team to continue hosting this event for future conventions.

Above are the YouTube videos of our fabulous speakers, with Winston Blake from PMAST, highlighting this special event.

​Check out www.adric.ca for more information

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