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What will the future hold for meetings and conferences in 2021 and beyond? While no one has a crystal ball, there is no lack of strong - and varying - opinions. Want to be a fly on the wall while a few industry pros, all with unique perspectives, hash out their thoughts on the matter?
Grab your drink of choice and join Teri Carden, Founder of 100Reviews and Creator of the Non Dues-a-Palooza event, Joanna Pineda, CEO & Chief Troublemaker of Matrix Group & BeSpeake, and Gretchen Steenstra, Strategic Consultant, Technology Management of DelCor Technology Solutions, for a lively, free-flowing “drink and debate” happy hour, where they’ll talk candidly about their views on the future of meetings.
Where the conversation will lead, no one knows, but if you know these women, you know it will be good! Pull up a barstool and join the conversation.
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By the way, Teri, Gretchen, and Joanna will be sharing out their favorite drink recipes to all attendees, and will start the meeting 15 minutes early for some fun, bar-style trivia. Please join if you can!
About the presenters:
Teri Carden is a yoga-pants-wearing, girl geek in normal girl’s clothing. After several years of experience sitting behind the multiple screens at her association marketing and technology gigs, Teri answered a need for associations by building ReviewMyAMS.com, a trusted site for executives to provide end-user reviews of their association management systems (AMS). Teri still manages ReviewMyAMS all while also tackling the day-to-day of 100Reviews, a platform that allows associations to spin up their own review site, managing the digital and marketing teams and sharing the story of 100Reviews at conferences all over the US.
As CEO and Chief Troublemaker of Matrix Group, Joanna Pineda helps her clients increase membership, retain and engage members with compelling member offerings, reach new audiences with a clear brand, and streamline back office operations with awesome integrations.
Joanna's staff and clients call her Chief Troublemaker because she likes to think outside the box, question reality, and ask the hard questions so stuff gets done. Her mantra: Make it up, make it happen.
Gretchen Steenstra has worked with a variety of associations, both as a staff member and as a consultant, from a small association of 12 staff members to a large one with over 120 staff members. Her career journey has taken her from the membership department, to IT project management, to technology leadership. At DelCor, Gretchen serves as a Strategic Consultant, working on projects ranging from CIO services to system selections.
Gretchen brings experience and perspective from both ‘sides’ of the technology discussion. She a member of PMI and ASAE, where she has served on the ASAE Membership Section Council, and is the Vice Chair of the ASAE Technology Council. In addition to ASAE volunteer experience, Gretchen is the Secretary of Association Women Technology Champions (AWTC), and an avid supporter of Computer CORE.