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I am a tech specialist who's worked in the IT field for over a decade. Just like many of the participants in the Emoti-Con event I too was able to experience a collective space through Mouse Corp when I was in high school, and to be able to learn and critique your projects is an honor and privilege to be a part of. I am looking forward to this, and wishing you all the best!
What I do all day at work?
I teach graphic design and help prepare students as they enter their professional careers! I love helping students prepare their portfolios, how to negotiate their salary and prepare for interviews, and tips for self promotion! Before starting my teaching career, I had worked in the graphic design industry for 20 years and started a reusable tote bag company along the way. I continue to work on projects as an independent designer. You can check out some of my work at hollytienken.design
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Types of work that I do
Visual Art & Design
I am passionate about doing work that relates to
Animal Rights, Community Advocacy, Mental Health
Jessica Hochman, PhD, has 20 years of experience working as a teacher, professor, researcher, and consultant. She is one half of We Need 2 Talk, an educational partnership that facilitates critical conversations about race. Jessica also works for the Equity and Disproportionality Lab at Temple University. She has taught workshops and courses, and facilitated professional development programming in addition to publishing articles and book chapters on technology, literacy, and identity.
I think you're absolutely right that creating and sharing art is therapeutic and creating a space for that work is a great idea. Your presentation was quiet and compelling, and the art you shared was beautiful, honest, and raw. Thanks for opening this important space for communicating about tough issues. Bravo!
Joey focuses on strengthening his community and making a positive impact on society, especially for our world’s most important change-makers: learners. His current job working for the Meta Education Modernization Team gives him the opportunity to support this educational audience and many more individuals across the nation through its many programs and initiatives. Joey always encourages others to follow their passion, and he knows that leading by example will build a stronger world.
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Thank you for a record-breaking 14th anniversary event! Comments are officially closed until next year.