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Join us for this fireside chat with two presentation experts: Martha Denton and Jonny Goldstein. In this panel format event we'll discuss the ins and outs of putting together solid presentations and the importance of visual communication to branding. Hosted by Nate Cooper and Richard Burst-Lazarus, you'll have a chance to hear what the experts do when putting together large-scale professional events. Learn what it takes to coach others on brand and public speaking skills.
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Martha is a corporate communication strategist and practitioner, who focuses on: helping her clients understand their audiences, write their content, design their slides, and deliver the best presentations possible. She does this either by training her clients develop communication skills capabilities themselves or extending their capacity by executing on the work for them. Everything she does is rooted in deep audience analysis, believing that effective communication involves audiences that understand her clients’ messages in the most effective manner possible.
Jonny Goldstein a visual communications specialist (he draws live pictures on stage of what speakers say at events) about his life path and how he’s able to pull together his varied experience into his work. Jonny’s been a talk show host on an early web series, he’s worked as a videographer and new media producer and lived in about twenty different places around the world.
Richard Burst-Lazarus is a freelance writer with seven years of experience reviewing films of all kinds. He is currently an in-house film screener at SnagFilms, a free-to-stream online film site.
Nate Cooper is an Adjunct Faculty member at the School for Visual Arts. He is founder of Simple Labs, a boutique web and social consultancy with a focus on client education. Through his company he has provided corporate training seminars to TIME Inc, NBC Universal and GAP Inc. He’s a regular writer on the topic of entrepreneurship for Contently.com and his writing has appeared in Mashable. He has been blogging on natecooper.netsince 2005. He regularly teaches WordPress, social media and blogging both online and offline for Mediabistro, General Assembly, 3rdWard & Noble Desktop. Nate cofounded the Reboot Workshop in 2011.
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Nate Cooper has been building websites professionally since 1997. Since 2005, Nate has been dedicated to the WordPress platform and has operated as a part-time freelance web developer. In 2011, Nate formed his company, now called Simple Labs, which focuses on web development and web presence and has established himself as a trusted expert within the WordPress community. Through Simple Labs, Nate works with companies large and small to customize and optimize their websites. Nate is "deeply embedded in the New York tech scene, giving practical and insightful advice..." Forbes 2012.
His book Build Your Own Website: A Comic Guide to HTML, CSS and WordPress from No Starch Press has been a bestseller in Programming: CSS books on Amazon.com.