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Session Description: Everyone is looking for ways to market their programs, but no one thinks about marketing themselves. This fun and interactive class will focus on giving you the tools to build your personal brand. Learn the 10 ways to stand out from the crowd, get known, get noticed, and maybe get that promotion you want!
- Understand the meaning of personal branding.
- Recognize opportunities to build your brand and career build.
- Learn the opportunities and power of networking.
Kathy Cahill, CPRP
Kathy Cahill started her career in Parks and Recreation in 1994 and currently works for Lee County Parks and Recreation. Her current responsibilities include coordinating a volunteer program that manages more than 1,000 active volunteer staff and 30 volunteer staff supervisors. Additionally she helps oversee the CAPRA process and is a CAPRA Visitor. Kathy has a passion for education and teaching alongside her professional colleagues and feels that there is always more to learn. This attitude has afforded her the opportunity to present at several local, state and national conferences over the years. Kathy feels she is a student to every person she meets.
Michael Kalvort, CPRE
Michael J. Kalvort, CPRE, is an enthusiastic and collaborative leader and national speaker in the parks and recreation profession. Currently he’s the Recreation Services Director for the City of Boca Raton. His responsibilities include overseeing a budget of $50,000,00 and leading 800 team members. Previously, he served as the Parks and Recreation Director for Virginia Beach, one of the 30 largest P&R Departments, and worked in Cape Coral, Broward County, and Fort Lauderdale. Michael is honored to be a member of the American Academy for Parks and Recreation Administration (AAPRA) and has been active in the National Recreation and Park Association since 1995. For seven years he served on the NRPA’s Revenue Development School Board of Regents. He also served on the State Board for the Virginia Recreation and Park Society (VPRS) and was the FRPA Southwest Region Director. He is proud to be one of the first 53 professionals who attained the CPRE Certification.