Schedule

We've got big plans for 2014; keep checking back here for future updates to the schedule.

What's Coming in 2014

Last year we featured over 24 unique presentations from campus partners. This year we are planning even more presentations in a variety of new formats. Listed below is the basic outline of our 2014 conference. Keep checking back for future updates to the schedule.


Pre-Conference
Conference Day 1
Conference Day 2
Conference Day 3

Pre-Conference Workshops

Thursday, June 26

The OrgSync Connect pre-conference workshops include one full day of programming led by the OrgSync Team. Workshops includes more in-depth product training, an exploration of features and tool sets, and a best practices discussion.

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Registration

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM Pre-Conference Session One

OrgSync 101

Skill Level: Beginner
Room: Windsor 3

OrgSync 101 is designed for anyone who is new to OrgSync. This session will provide a foundation as we look at the structure of OrgSync, define terms such as portal and umbrella, and cover basic portal training.

Presented By

Bio

Wes McCormack

OrgSync Campus Consultant

#CreativeSync: Creative Ways Campuses are Using OrgSync

Skill Level: Intermediate
Room: Windsor 1

So often we get caught up in how we traditionally do things on campus, and we don’t always explore new and innovative uses. Yet, all across the country institutions have been using OrgSync in creative and original ways. In this session we will explore some of those initiatives and cover some basic marketing tools to help you get started.

Presented By

Bio

Bricklin Bernard

OrgSync Senior Campus Consultant

Bio

Ashlee Tatum

Marketing Communications Specialist

SSO, API, and MySQL, Oh My! OrgSync for the IT Professional

Skill Level: Advanced
Room: Manchester

Go beyond just knowing what OrgSync can provide to your staff and students. We’ll have a short presentation on authentication methods, API, integrations, and data security, followed by an open Q&A session with OrgSync technical staff to answer your questions.

Presented By

Bio

J.D. Turner

OrgSync Director of Technical Support

Bio

Kevin Wade

Product Manager

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM Pre-Conference Session Two

OrgSync 201

Skill Level: Beginner
Room: Windsor 3

If you find yourself unsure when answering students’ questions or have difficulty understanding the umbrella and community control bars, then this session is designed for you. We will explore best practices for the all-user portal and look at the differences between the organization portal and the umbrella portal.

Presented By

Bio

Jennifer Atzenhoffer

OrgSync Campus Consultant

Request and Allocate Money with Budget Management System (BMS)

Skill Level: Intermediate
Room: Manchester

There are several ways to track budgets and allocations within OrgSync. In this session we will walk through the current tools available for organizations to track their finances. Attendees will gain an in-depth understanding about how to use the Budget Management System. Attendees must have the BMS to attend.

Presented By

Bio

Bricklin Bernard

OrgSync Senior Campus Consultant

What You Didn't Know About OrgSync Support

Skill Level: Advanced
Room: Windsor 1

Are you looking to become an OrgSync expert? This session will dive into our most common support questions and cover important tools that every administrator should know. Join the OrgSync support team to learn little known facts and hacks.

Presented By

Bio

Travis Lee

Customer Support Specialist

Bio

Alex Weaver

Customer Support Specialist

Bio

Nate Adams

Customer Training Specialist

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Lunch

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM Pre-Conference Session Three

Design Tips & Tricks

Skill Level: Beginner
Room: Windsor 1

Design your messaging to delight your members. We’ll explore best practices for building forms, news, events, pages and more portal elements through typography, color, images, and logical information hierarchies. Learn to think like your users to present the content they want in a way they can use.

Presented By

Bio

Valarie Stuart

UI Designer

Get Your Websites in Sync

Skill Level: Intermediate
Room: Manchester

Recommended knowledge of HTML & CSS

The website builder is one of the most powerful tools available in the OrgSync platform. In this session, we will walk you through the basics of the builder, learn a few cool tips, and observe several working examples of websites built via the OrgSync website builder module.

Presented By

Bio

Jeff Jurica

Web & Graphics Designer

Assessment in Sync: Maximizing Assessment Initiatives

Skill Level: Advanced
Room: Windsor 3

Learn the basics of utilizing OrgSync for assessment. Evaluate learning outcomes for specific programs on campus, assess student satisfaction with university services, and conduct department reviews. This presentation will cover the fundamentals of assessment planning and using OrgSync and other tools to collect survey data and integrate it with organic data from your community.

Presented By

Bio

Adam Cebulski

Director of Research and Strategic Initiatives

Bio

Andy Axsom

Director of Campus Development

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM Pre-Conference Session Four

Best Practices for Training your Students, Faculty, & Staff

Skill Level: Beginner
Room: Windsor 3

As OrgSync administrators, we all run into training opportunities with new users to various modules, tools, or even the entire system. Knowing how to train your target audience properly is critical. This presentation will arm you with practical techniques as you train students, staff, and faculty to use OrgSync.

Presented By

Bio

Nate Adams

Customer Training Specialist

Streamline Forms to Maximize Success

Skill Level: Intermediate
Room: Windsor 1

Join us to learn how to make your forms more efficient and effective. We will cover the organization registration and general forms modules, while also sharing best practices. This session will include a workshop component so you can make changes to your current forms or create new forms.

Presented By

Bio

Suneera Kompelli

OrgSync Campus Consultant

Successful Implementation of OrgSync Across Campus

Skill Level: Advanced
Room: Manchester

Defining what OrgSync is to your institution is an important step in developing a cohesive experience for your entire campus. Are there other areas on campus you feel can benefit from the platform? Join us for an explorative look into how you can bring other areas across campus onboard to standardize processes and streamline day-to-day tasks.

Presented By

Bio

Martise Cooks

Campus Consultant

Bio

Andy Axsom

Director of Campus Development

Conference Day 1

Thursday, June 26

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Registration

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Keynote Speaker


Room: Ballroom

Dr. Corey Seemiller

Director of Leadership Programs

University of Arizona

Dr. Corey Seemiller is the Director of Leadership Programs at The University of Arizona overseeing over 3000 participants in 10 leadership programs including the Arizona Blue Chip Program, the National Collegiate Leadership Conference, and the Minor in Leadership Studies & Practice. She teaches a variety of courses in leadership studies including organizational leadership, social justice leadership, and the capstone course. Dr. Seemiller received her Ph.D. in Higher Education from The University of Arizona and has conducted research, presented, and published on leadership nationally and internationally.

Her book, The Student Leadership Competencies Guidebook,
is available through Jossey-Bass.

Corey Seemiller

8:30 PM - 10:00 PM Opening Reception


Room: Bistro

Conference Day 2

Friday, June 27

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Registration

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Education Session One

Get Rich, Famous, Skinny, & Achieve Campus-Wide Integration with OrgSync

Room: Manchester

OrgSync has been a love hate relationship on our campus since adoption 4 years ago. Since 2013, we have made changes that are radically transforming our campus’ involvement with OrgSync tools and resources. Learn how we made that change and created a vision for the future that inspired key stakeholders to buy into the opportunity to change our campus.

Presented By

Bio

Brett Phillips

Director of Student Organizations

Texas Christian University

Bio

Keri Cyr

Assistant Director Sophomore & Junior Year Experience

Texas Christian University

Bridging the Gap - Integrating OrgSync to Enhance Student Engagement

Room: Warwick

OrgSync rejuvenated the enthusiasm of various campus partners to re-engage in discussions on how to best collaborate to further student engagement at UW-River Falls. We are integrating OrgSync into the foundation of our engagement versus an added benefit. Therefore, OrgSync will be an institutional component of the students’ collegiate career.

Presented By

Bio

Anna Hunter

Student Organizations and Leadership Coordinator

University of Wisconsin, River Falls

Bio

Kenneth White

Assistant Director of Residence Life - Community Development and Education

University of Wisconsin, River Falls

A Roadmap to Large-Scale Implementation

Room: Churchill

Is your institution in need of a multi-umbrella and multi-portal implementation? Wondering where to start? Join us for a session and learn how to make this large scale project manageable and successful. Find out how our a large, global institution approached an OrgSync implementation spanning multiple schools, needs, and time zones. Learn about who we engaged, the partnerships we forged, and the tools we used.

Presented By

Bio

Pascha McTyson

Director

New York University

Bio

Monique Walker

Project Manager

New York University

Bio

Adam Wong

Associate Director

New York University

Innovative Training Approach for Student Organizations

Room: Windsor

In June 2012 a new training “curriculum” was designed by the Student Programs Office at Boston College for registered student organizations (RSO). Previously, executive boards had been the primary focus of all required training. The goal of a curriculum was to reach the general, and oftentimes younger, membership and to intentionally train organizations on specific developmental areas. The training curriculum is divided into 6 categories each of which has specific learning outcomes and signature events throughout the year.

Presented By

Bio

Adrienne Dumpe

Assistant Director, Student Organizations

Boston College

Bio

Mark Miceli

Associate Director, Student Engagement

Boston College

OrgSync: Taking Up Residence

Room: Canterbury

Are you looking to get residence life connected? Are you looking for new ideas to use in residence life? From housing agreements and RA selection processes to program proposals and duty logs, see how OrgSync has taken up residence at Worcester State University!

Presented By

Bio

Kristen Nelson

Associate Director of Residence Life and Housing

Worcester State University

Bio

Carrie Stevens

Residence Director

Worcester State University

Bio

Jonathan Bailey

Administrative Resident Assistant

Worcester State University

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Education Session Two

Transforming Campus Elections: A Virtual Voting Booth

Room: Manchester

Increase voter turnout and say goodbye to ballot boxes and paper forms! Come to this session to learn how to transition your University’s elections and voting procedures to OrgSync. We will discuss how UCA uses a Voting Booth portal to facilitate our Homecoming and complex Student Government Association elections.

Presented By

Bio

Meghan Thompson

Coordinator of Student Organizations & University Events

University of Central Arkansas

Creating an OrgSync Community: Transitions, Challenges and Best Practices

Room: Churchill

Has your campus recently transitioned to OrgSync? Since the implementation of OrgSync in 2012 the University of Miami has had its trials, including finding creative ways to use the program which allows for the merging of multiple departments. This session will demonstrate the best practices used in streamlining current processes and information among the campus community and greater Miami community.

Presented By

Bio

Maritza Torres

Assistant Director, Student Activities and Student Organizations

University of Miami

Bio

Audrey Kidwell

Volunteer Coordinator

University of Miami

Marketing OrgSync to the Graduate Student Population

Room: Canterbury

Administrators working with graduate students often have to get creative and rethink the strategies they may have used with undergraduates when marketing and selling new ideas and initiatives. During this roundtable we will discuss best practices to meet the challenge of getting graduate students excited and more active with OrgSync.

Presented By

Bio

Amy Sweeney

Student Services and Dual MD/Masters Degree Coordinator

NYU School of Medicine

OrgSync, Your Digital H.U.B.

Room: Warwick

Students want to know they belong their campus. OrgSync is La Sierra University’s main source on finding out “How U Belong”. This workshop will have a variety of ideas on how to involve your students by using your OrgSync.

- Branding your campus
- Managing Elections
- Providing training and workshops
- Creating leadership tools
- Determining future plans and ideas

Presented By

Bio

Kim Canine

Director, Student Involvement

La Sierra University

Round Table: Fraternity & Sorority

Room: Newbury

Round Table: Information Technology

Room: Berkshire

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Lunch (Included in Registration), and Development Updates

Room: Ballroom

Learn about the latest OrgSync development updates and what we have planned for the 2014-15 school year.

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM Conference Picture

Room: Atrium

Everyone scooch in close to your neighbor and say cheese!

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM Regional Breakouts

Meet with other folks in your region for a facilitated discussion about all things OrgSync.


Suneera Kompelli

Pickwick

Melissa LaRosa

Churchill

Martise Cooks & Adam Cebulski

Bistro (Combined Breakout)

Jennifer Atzenhoffer

Manchester

Lindsey Moye

Berkshire

Bricklin Bernard

Warwick

Allison Kuty & Wes McCormack

Canterbury (Combined Breakout)

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Education Session Three

OrgSync Implementation at a Community College

Room: Canterbury

Community colleges are changing. The number of traditional-aged college students, the desire to connect to the campus, and the requirement to be on the cutting edge of technology all continue to grow. With that growth and increase, there is a need for systems that meet students where they are. Transitioning to OrgSync has been a key factor in better serving these students at the Community College of Philadelphia. A smooth implementation plan has helped with that process.

Presented By

Bio

David Greene

Director, Student Life

Community College of Philadelphia

Bio

Martise Cooks

OrgSync Campus Consultant

Implementing BMS at a Large Public University

Room: Warwick

Budget Management system was implemented on our campus to help student organizations manage their budget requests, and help administrators keep reports of their allocations. Come learn about our implementation, what went well, and what could have been improved. We will also talk about how we transitioned our old paper process into OrgSync.

Presented By

Bio

Nick Evans

Coordinator, Student Organizations

University of Missouri

Integrating Portfolios and Co-Curricular Transcripts into the Student Experience

Room: Windsor

This presentation will reflect on the challenges and successes, both foreseen and unforeseen, after one year of an ambitious campus-wide launch. Additionally, a discussion of strategies will be provided on how to tackle year two of OrgSync after such a launch.

Presented By

Bio

Corey Seemiller

Director of Leadership Programs

The University of Arizona

Making Implementation a Breeze

Room: Manchester

Let’s focus on what goes into adopting or expanding OrgSync on your campus. We will cover important implementation, adoption, and marketing strategies to make your start on OrgSync a breeze!

Presented By

Bio

Matthew Tarantino

Director of Technology, Student Government

The University of Scranton

Bio

Patricia Cummings

Program Coordinator, Clubs & Organizations

The University of Scranton

Round Table: Student Government

Room: Churchill

6:00 PM - 11:00 PM Dinner and Tour at OrgSync HQ

Come see where the magic happens! You will get a chance to tour the OrgSync office, interact with the OrgSync team, and relax after two full days of educational sessions.

Conference Day 3

Saturday, June 28

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Education Session Four

Registering Student Events: How We Use OrgSync to Reach Out to Campus for Input to Manage Risk

Room: Manchester

At Washington State University we work very hard to assess and manage risk at student events held on campus. This presentation will discuss how we use OrgSync to reach various constituents across campus and gain their input regarding these student events in a way that is collaborative and supportive of what the students are requesting.

Presented By

Bio

Berto Cerrillo

Assistant Director, Student Involvement

Washington State University

Give ‘em the Goods! Making OrgSync Worthwhile

Room: Warwick

We all know OrgSync is valuable, but some students still don’t. Many can login, but the trick is getting them back. It may be time to assess what’s in it for them. We’ll share creative ways to “beef up” your resources and re-launch so that students can’t live without it!

Presented By

Bio

Anna Hunter

Student Organizations and Leadership Coordinator

University of Wisconsin, River Falls

Bio

Krista Proksch

Involvement Coordinator

University of Wisconsin, Stout

Comprehensive Service-Learning with the Service Management Umbrella

Room: Churchill

With the new updates to the service management umbrella service-learning facilitation in OrgSync is now accessible. At Boise State University we have designed a paperless workflow that allows partners, faculty and students to navigate their way through service-learning intuitively.

Presented By

Bio

Mike Stefancic

Coordinator of Student Support

Boise State University

One Sip at a Time…Bringing the OrgSync Koolaid

Room: Windsor

Get your creative juices flowing! Let's talk about creative ways to market, highlight, shed light, and continuously promote OrgSync to your campus community. You can think outside the box! Or utilize something that's already being done! You don't always have to reinvent the wheel! Let's go beyond the traditional 1 hour training to teach and highlight the effectiveness of OrgSync. This session will be interactive and will focus on OrgSync marketing techniques for various campuses.

Presented By

Bio

Tineil Lewis

Assistant Director of Student Activities and OrgSync Project Manager

University of Texas at Dallas

10:15 AM - 11:15 AM Education Session Five

Are You In or Are You Out: A look at Staff Transition using OrgSync

Room: Manchester

Implementing OrgSync on a campus can be a challenge, and an efficient transition of OrgSync administration is integral. It’s important to identify the issues you want to solve with OrgSync and go “all in” with the formulated plan. This session will discuss the implementation strategies at our 2 year institution, from the aspect of a client who implemented the product, and the client who transitioned as the next administrator.

Presented By

Bio

Janelle Hanson

Coordinator of Student Development

Oklahoma State University - Oklahoma City

Bio

Nate Adams

Customer Training Specialist

OrgSync, Inc.

Utilizing Forms to Advance Assessment, Training, and Growth

Room: Warwick

Learn how we revamped and revitalized our End of Year Reports and Budget Application forms to create assessment, training, and growth opportunities for student organization and the Center for Student Involvement at Ramapo College of New Jersey. Leave with ideas and inspiration for making your forms work better for you and your students.

Presented By

Bio

Eric Montgomery

Financial and Technological Advisor for Clubs and Organizations

Ramapo College of New Jersey

Bio

Eddie Seavers

Associate Director of the Center for Student Involvement

Ramapo College of New Jersey

Supercharge Your Processes Through Reporting, Workflows, and API

Room: Churchill

Improve efficiency on your campus with meaningful reports and hard data. In this session, you will learn how to design forms for maximum reporting power. We will also discuss how we implemented an automatic room booking system using API.

Presented By

Bio

Henry Rosvick

Coordinator, Student Organizations

The Students' Union, The University of Calgary

Exploring the New User Interface

Room: Windsor

Join the OrgSync UI Team to demo the powerful new update to your OrgSync experience. This soon-to-be-released user interface redesign is more than skin-deep; we’ve reimagined how OrgSync can work now and into the future. Bring your laptop and your questions, so you can follow along in your own community as we explore the new OrgSync!

Presented By

Bio

Tyler Lee

UI Designer

OrgSync, Inc.

Bio

Valarie Stuart

UI Designer

OrgSync, Inc.

Round Table: Community College

Room: Canterbury

Round Table: Leadership Programs

Room: Berkshire

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Education Session Six

Reflections on Year One of a Campus-Wide Launch: A Tale

Room: Manchester

This presentation will reflect on the challenges and successes, both foreseen and unforeseen, after one year of an ambitious campus-wide launch. Additionally, a discussion of strategies will be provided on how to tackle year two of OrgSync after such a launch.

Presented By

Bio

Ben Jager

Associate Director of Student Life

University of Nebraska at Omaha

Events and 25 Live: Combining Event Registration with Room Booking

Room: Warwick

Did you know that OrgSync Events now connect directly with 25Live calendaring system? The system allows for a seamless integration with University calendaring and student events. Stanford University was one of the first to integrate these systems. Attend this workshop if you are interested in doing the same on your campus.

Presented By

Bio

Ankita Rakhe

Assistant Director, Student Activities and Leadership

Stanford University

Bio

Allison Kuty

Campus Consultant

OrgSync, Inc.

Instituting Great Change in a Short Amount of Time

Room: Churchill

The University of Tennessee at Martin conducted a Student Organization Census during the spring semester of the 2013-14 academic year. The census was a campus-wide initiative that proved to be an effective strategy for marketing the use of OrgSync, and led us to make lots of necessary and urgent changes in a short period of time. Our goals were to update our records, provide training for Presidents, relaunch the use of OrgSync in the area of Student Organizations, and survey organizations about services offered through the Office of Student Life. To achieve these goals, the census took a full semester to complete and was broken down in three phases: Phase 1 – Census Registration, Phase 2 – Training and OrgSync Relaunch, Phase 3 - Survey. In this session, we will talk about our goals for the census, outcomes, and our work with upper administration for support during this process.

Presented By

Bio

Katie Smith

Coordinator for Student Organizations

The University of Tennessee at Martin

Stubborn as a Mule: How do we Effectively Encourage and Motivate Men to Utilize OrgSync?

Room: Canterbury

Implementing progressive change on a college campus is already difficult, but men seem to make that process even more challenging. Instead of just putting men into the "hopeless" category, this session will discuss methods and tips on how to foster OrgSync buy-in with our male students and organizations.

Presented By

Bio

Scott Isenga

Assistant Director of Student Life/IFC & IGC Fraternity Advisor

University of Central Arkansas

Round Table: Residence Life

Room: Berkshire

Round Table: Graduate Schools

Room: Newbury

12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Awards Luncheon

Grab your lunch as we talk about some of the great things campuses have done in the past year and recognize our award winners.

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Education Session Seven

Using Leadership Competencies in Strategic Planning

Room: Manchester

Developing a strategic plan can be a challenging process for an organization. Thus, many do not have strategic plans or they plan and implement at the same time. This session will cover how to develop a strategic plan and a subsequent assessment protocol using the Student Leadership Competencies as a framework.

Presented By

Bio

Corey Seemiller

Director of Leadership Programs

University of Arizona

The Student Engagement Puzzle: Piecing Together Divisional Student Involvement Data using Technology

Room: Warwick

This session will focus on how the Division of Student Affairs at DePaul University is leveraging involvement data from OrgSync in order to begin putting the puzzling pieces of divisional (cross-departmental) student engagement together. Data visualizations representing DePaul OrgSync data pulled via the API will be shared.

Presented By

Bio

Tyneka Harris Coronado

Project Leader

DePaul University

Creating an OrgSync Brand for Your University

Room: Churchill

Why settle for boring when you can have awesome?! This session will focus on branding your OrgSync community to match your University creating a seamless gap between other systems and OrgSync, and leaving your OrgSync community looking amazing.

Presented By

Bio

Matt Tarantino

Director of Technology, Student Government

The University of Scranton

Building Community Connections through Service Management

Room: Canterbury

Join representatives from Washington State University, Boise State University, and University of Idaho to learn how the Service Management System (SMS) is integrated on our campuses. We will share the various ways our departments utilize OrgSync to increase and enhance the community engagement experiences of our students.

Presented By

Bio

Tiffanie Braun

Assistant Director, Center for Civic Engagement

Washington State University

Bio

Mike Stefancic

Coordinator of Student Support, Service-Learning Program

Boise State University

Bio

Natalie Magnus

Program Coordinator, Center for Volunteerism & Social Action

University of Idaho

3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Education Session Eight

Out of the Red and Into the Black: BMS Saves the Day

Room: Manchester

Student organization budgets were over $40,000 in debt and in complete disarray at UWRF until we adopted the Budget Management System. Now we successfully manage all budget requests and allocations, payment requests, and revenue tracking. Learn the do’s and dont’s of implementation as well as some tricks of the trade!

Presented By

Bio

Anna Hunter

Coordinator of Student Organizations

University of Wisconsin, River Falls

Managing Risk with the Event 360 Form (v. 2.0) and Minor Events Committee

Room: Warwick

We took activities risk management online in 2012 with OrgSync and an elaborate form, the 360 Event Planning Guide, which we recently revised. The 360 is paired with our UCSB’s unique Minor Events Committee, which meets weekly to approve student events. Join us for an inside look at our approach.

Presented By

Bio

Wendy Córdova

Assistant Director, Greek Life/Minor Events Committee Co-Chair

UCSB

Bio

Danielle Quiñones Ortega

Student Programs Coordinator, Office of Student Life

UCSB

Peer Mentorship with OrgSync

Room: Churchill

Lamar University implemented a peer mentoring program on campus to meet the need of student adoption of OrgSync. In this session, we will discuss the visibility and benefits of OrgSync Peer Mentors on the Lamar University campus. The logistics of the peer mentor position will be reviewed to help you determine if peer mentorship would be a good fit for your campus.

Presented By

Bio

Sophia Gawu

Cardinals In-Sync Student Director

Lamar University

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM BIG Night out in Dallas

Rustic

BIG Night out in Dallas

This year we are heading to The Rustic in the Uptown neighborhood of Dallas. The Rustic offers a great taste of Texas and it’s a perfect spot to relax on a great patio with beautiful oak trees, comfortable picnic tables, and some of the best food and drinks in town.

We’ll have an area roped off for hors d’oeuvres and some lively conversation from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm. There’s also Texas country band coming onto the stage at 9:30 pm.

If you plan on also exploring Dallas, there are many activities just a short cab ride away, or the McKinney Avenue Trolley is another great way to get around Uptown.

If you plan on staying past the time when the buses stop please, you will need to find your own travel back to the hotel. Please get back safely. To get back to the hotel, or to travel beyond the Uptown area, we would recommend you check out:

ADDRESS

The Rustic
3656 Howell St,
Dallas, TX 75204
214.730.0596

SHUTTLES

We’ll have two buses shuttling between the Rustic and the Wyndham Hotel from 5:45 pm - 10:45 pm, with the last shuttle picking up at approximately 10:15 pm.

CABS

Uber: If you are new to Uber, download the app and use code "rcv0q" for $10 off your first ride.
Cowboy Cab: 214.428.0202
Karaoke Cab: 214.893.0613

Pre-Conference
Conference Day 1
Conference Day 2
Conference Day 3

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