Creating Connection Workshop – Troubleshooting 101: Community Engagement
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Creating Connection Workshop
Troubleshooting 101: Community Engagement
Thursday 30th June – 3pm(UK)
Join us for a brand new Creating Connection Workshop, with Maria Gutierrez, Strategic and Mentoring Consultant here at Aluminati.
Maria will be taking you through and exploring three common problems that arise when it comes to engaging your own communities and how you can overcome these challenges effectively.
Strategic and Mentoring Consultant, Aluminati
Maria has worked in Higher Education since 2009. She started as a Project Manager in the Boston University Community Service Centre, where she partnered with Harvard’s community service initiatives. She then went on to pursue a Master’s in International Business from Hult International Business School, which further developed her expertise in project management, volunteer management and stakeholder engagement.
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