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creative manager | meticulizer
Hometown: Mesa, AZ
Feeling destined to be an educator from a young age, Stephanie graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.A. in Education from Arizona State University in 2009. And the rest, as they say, is history. Stephanie jumped into her automotive career shortly thereafter and hasn’t looked back, giving her well over a decade of experience in the industry.
Stephanie has served in many different roles within the automätik family ranging from creative development to client services but has also gained valuable experience building and managing an independent auto repair business and expanding it to multiple locations. Yeah, she “gets” the car stuff.
Stephanie now leverages that vast automotive and instructional design knowledge and experience as a contributing member of our Creative team designing outside-the-box training for our clients.
In Stephanie’s spare time, you can find her enjoying the Chesapeake Bay in Edgewater, MD—by either beach or boat—which she can access without even leaving her neighborhood!
Six Useful Pre-Session Event Activities
If you are facilitating a meeting or a corporate event, it is always good to begin with some sort of pre-session activity. You may think these are unnecessary and waste time, but an interactive and constructive pre-session activity sets the stage for a successful and productive meeting.
Are Your PowerPoint Slides for the Audience or Are They a Facilitator Crutch
When you hear the word “PowerPoint,” what comes to your mind? Many would say their thoughts include boring corporate events, long-winded presentations, and possible snoring. PowerPoint slide decks can be illustrative, dynamic visual aids, but they are more commonly designed in a way that prompts audiences to nap rather than engage.
Banish Clip Art!
While clip art may have once served a useful purpose for you or your organization, there are now a plethora of ways to avoid it and find higher quality alternatives instead. We promise, your quest to banish clip art will be easier than you think, and, ultimately, by using better images and illustrations in your presentations and documents, you’ll produce more impactful work.