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#ICANHELP’s Kim Karr to Keynote at LEAD DC

Uncategorized Feb 03, 2020

LEAD DC Winter is an international conference that will take place over the course of three days, January 31 - February 2, at Hyatt Regency Crystal City. LEAD helps students and advisors sharpen their leadership skills to improve their school culture and community. Their events feature training opportunities on a wide variety of topics. 

#ICANHELP Co-Founder Kim Karr will be the featured keynote speaker on Saturday, February 1. Kim has over a decade of experience as a teacher and is now empowering students through her work with nonprofit #ICANHELP. Kim guides students through training on how to use technology for good. #ICANHELP’s work has been recognized for reducing social media incidents at schools and for helping to train over 450,000 students to date.

 

Other keynotes at the event include motivational speaker Scott Backovich and education consultant and motivational speaker Tei Street.  

LEAD DC is a great event for: 

  • Experiential leadership training

  • Collaborative peer networking

  • Dynamic motivational presentations for you and students

 

Follow the action and great conversations that are starting at the event by using the hashtag #LEADDC January 31 - Febraury 2. 

We are excited to have Kim share with students and educators on topics vital to school culture, including digital wellness, digital citizenship, and mental health. If you’re ready to build a positive school culture at your school, contact #ICANHELP. Our innovative and effective curriculum, built by teachers and in collaboration with students, will empower your student body to lead digital change on campus. We also provide staff training and powerful assemblies to get your entire staff on board. 

At the end of February, #ICANHELP will also participate in LEAD Chicago

View #ICANHELP programs here. Learn more about #ICANHELP here

 

--Matt Soeth

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