Chances are that if you’re attending this year’s NASPA annual conference in Phoenix, you’re either on your way there as you read this or will be heading there in the coming days. For higher education professionals, both those that have been in the industry a long time and others that are just starting out, it’s an exciting time of year. A time to learn new things, share your experiences, boast about your successes, and reflect on where your institution needs to improve. It’s also fun and thrilling to meet all kinds of new people, collaborate with colleagues, and catch up with old friends. We’re excited to do just that!
A few of us at MyStudentBody will be attending this year’s conference and we would love to connect with you. Tyler Achilles, our Product Coordinator, will be attending the conference to sit in on some sessions and talk with attendees about the trends in higher education. If you’ll let him pick your brain, then he’d love to buy you some Starbucks or lunch (he’s wicked nice, we promise – and yes, we said wicked, we’re from Boston). He’ll also be tweeting during all the sessions and keynotes (he loooooves Twitter), so look for him on the #naspa12 back channel or follow him, @tyachilles, or MyStudentBody, @MyStudentBody.
Amy Cavender, our Implementation Specialist, and Holly Lyng, our Account Executive, will also be there to help current clients with questions about any recent changes we’ve made to the MyStudentBody program and to talk about exciting things coming in June 2012. They’ll mostly be hanging around booth 708 in the exhibit hall, but they’ll also be attending sessions (and buying some of our favorites some Starbucks). Stop by to say hi to them and pick up more information about our course offerings, you may get a cool prize.
Wanna set up a time to go over the program? Email Holly at email@example.com.
Have questions about how you’re currently implementing the program? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wanna be first in line for some Starbucks? Email email@example.com. Just kidding you can email any one of us for that 🙂
Have a safe trip and we’ll see all of you hard-working, fun, and vibrant higher ed peeps at the conference!