NACCE 2020 VIRTUAL

Draft Agenda | Subject to Change

Tuesday, October 13 | PRECONFERENCE EVENTS
– Times Listed Below Are EST –

12:00 - 5:00 PM  | Design for Delight (D4D) Virtual Training

  • Preregistration required
  • There are 50 spots open and we have 30 scholarships available for this training (worth $199). Scholarships are first come, first served and will only be given to educators pursuing the Design Thinking Innovator Badge. 

REGISTER HERE


3:00 - 4:30 PM | EEVF for Everyone

  • Learn more about NACCE's Everyday Entrepreneur Venture Fund from the perspective of our founders and participating colleges, entrepreneurs who have been funding, and funding committee members who have determined which entrepreneurs are ready to begin/expand their businesses! This event will be hosted virtually via ZOOM Webinar. 

REGISTER HERE


6:00 - 7:30 PM | NACCE's 2020 Pitch for the Trades - Presented in partnership with the Philip E. & Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation

  • Hear from NACCE's 2020 Pitch for the Trades finalists as they compete for up to $50,000 of a $125,000 total prize fund! Learn more at www.nacce.com/2020Pitch.
Wednesday, October 14
– Times Listed Below Are EST –

9:00 - 10:00 AM | Opening General Session

Challenge Into Opportunity with Dan Bavaro, Founder of Bavaro Brands

Dan Bavaro, founder of Bavaro Hospitality which currently employs over 100 people in four Bavaro restaurant locations, is preparing to co-launch a fast-casual Italian chain that will be the foundation for a national franchise. He helped pioneer true Neapolitan-style pizza in U.S., and his line of gourmet sauces, first introduced in 2012, is distributed to more than 2,000 major retailers. A native of New Jersey, Dan dropped out of high school, but after obtaining his GED and at the age of 19, he built a two-million-dollar luxury chauffeur business, which he then sold six years later to the third-largest chauffeur company in the world.


10:15 - 10:30 AM | Entrepreneurial President of the Year Awards Presentation

During this session, we will honor our 2020 Entrepreneurial President of the Year.


10:45 - 11:45 AM | Breakout Sessions 1

  • I Can! (I can become a plumber while in prison) with Lisa Preston and Richard Cuprak from Rio Salado College (AZ) INTERMEDIATE | Workforce Development & Non-Credit Programming Track 

  • New Start for Women: An Entrepreneurial Mindset for Equity with Mindy Kole and Anita Bleffert-Schmidt from SUNY Ulster (NY) INTERMEDIATE | Academic Programs Track 

  • Creating an Entrepreneurial Community College Isn't Just For Students with Kishore Dash from Paradise Valley Community College (AZ) and Gary Schoeniger from Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative (OH) INTERMEDIATE | Entrepreneurship 101 Track 

  • Eagle2Eagle and Faculty2Faculty with Ravi Brahmbhatt, Richard Gosselin & Christine Momspoint from Houston Community College (TX) INTERMEDIATE | Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Track


11:45 AM - 1:00 PM | Virtual Exhibit Hall

Interact with our virtual exhibitors! Hear how their products and services will help solve some of your most pressing challenges. All of our exhibitors have eGift cards and other fun giveaways!


12:30 - 12:45 PM | Digital Badging with NACCE

You've earned it. Get the recognition you deserve! Learn more about the digital badges that you can earn as a NACCE member.


1:00 - 2:00 PM | General Session

Entrepreneurship For All - Why Business Ownership Matters? with Brian Hamilton, Founder, The Brian Hamilton Foundation

Brian Hamilton co-founded Sageworks, the country’s first fintech company, which was one of the largest providers of software to U.S. banks. He sold the company to a leading private equity firm in 2018. He is also the founder of the Brian Hamilton Foundation and Inmates to Entrepreneurs, both national organizations committed to making entrepreneurship for all.


2:15 - 2:30 PM | NACCE Meets Demonstration

Learn more about NACCE's newest member benefit, NACCE Meets! Learn how this platform will allow you to connect with NACCE users around North America, engage in important initiatives, take action, grow yourself and share best practices.


2:30 - 3:30 PM | Breakout Sessions 2

  • Growth Recipe: Expanding Entrepreneurial Programs from Nonprofit to Government Entity with Kishore Dash, Dina Preston-Ortiz, Paul Dale and Abdu Dahr from Paradise Valley Community College (AZ) INTERMEDIATE | Academic Programs Track 

  • Preparing K12 Students for Success in Community College Entrepreneurship Programs with Dr. J.D. LaRock and Jason Delgatto from NFTE (NY) INTERMEDIATE | Entrepreneurship 101 Track 

  • Pandemic Pivots That Deliver and Fund Small Business Empowerment with Sandra Louvier, Dr. Zachary Hodges, David Regenbaum, Austin Tenette and Rebecca Schultz from Houston Community College (TX) INTERMEDIATE | Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Track

  • Boredom Busters in the COVID AgeConnecting Students to the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem with Virtual, Co-curricular Engagement with Tracy Timby from Bucks County Community College (PA) BEGINNER | Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Track

  • Lessons from the Pandemic: Leveraging the Entrepreneurial Mindset During COVID-19 with Tim Putnam from North Iowa Area Community College (IA), Jay Wickham from Northeast Iowa Community College (IA) and Ryan Arnold from North Idaho College (ID) INTERMEDIATE | Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Track


3:45 - 4:45 PM | Breakout Sessions 3

  • Building Access to Workforce Solutions - A Collaboration with Ellen Kirton and Greg Wilson from Pima Community College (AZ) INTERMEDIATE | Workforce Development & Non-Credit Programming Track

  • Nicolet MyWay: Removing Barriers to Serve the New Adult Learner with Kate Ferrel, Alan Javoroski and Ellen Mathein from Nicolet College (WI) BEGINNER | Academic Programs Track

  • It's Like Uber, but for ______ with Dan Mulligan from North Iowa Area Community College (IA) BEGINNER | Entrepreneurship 101 Track

  • Teaching Intellectual Property Rights Through Dynamic Case Studies (former Director of the USPTO and former Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property) and Jelani Odlum from The Michelson Institute for Intellectual Property (CA) INTERMEDIATE | Entrepreneurship 101 Track


5:00 - 6:00 PM | Networking Activity & Virtual Chocolate Tasting

Thursday, October 15
– Times Listed Below Are EST –

8:00 - 9:00 AM | Breakout Sessions 4

  • Social Entrepreneurship Community of Interest Workshop with Marie Lapidus from Harper College (IL) ADVANCED | Academic Programs Track

  • Sustaining a Makerspace with Dena Thomas Aouassou from Central New Mexico Community College (NM) BEGINNER | Entrepreneurship 101 Track

  • Entrepreneurship and the Barter Trade Economy with Tony and Trish Holden from UpliftNow (NC) ADVANCED | Entrepreneurship 101 Track


9:00 - 10:00 AM | NACCE Membership Bingo - WIN A PRIZE

Are you maximizing your NACCE member benefits? Come learn all about what NACCE has to offer you!


10:00 - 11:00 AM | Breakout Sessions 5

  • Engagement Coaching To Build Healthy, Well-Rounded Entrepreneurs with Stephen Berry from Anne Arundel Community College (MD) INTERMEDIATE | Workforce Development & Non-Credit Programming Track

  • Internationalize Your Courses with globalEDGE, a Free Website for International Business Education with Jade Sims and Erkan Kocas from MSU CIBER (MI) BEGINNER | Academic Programs Track 

  • See Rock City...and Entrepreneurial Opportunities with Kent Hill from Fayetteville Tech Community College (NC) and Garnet Chapin from Environmental Design Partners LLC (NC) INTERMEDIATE | Entrepreneurship 101 Track

  • Hacking Student Engagement with Matt Poyle from Lorain County Community College (OH), Zach Mikrut from Kent State University (OH) and Ravi Brahmbhatt from Houston Community College (TX) BEGINNER | Entrepreneurship 101 Track

  • Learn More About Intuit Education Offerings | Product Education Session


11:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Virtual Exhibit Hall

Interact with our virtual exhibitors! Hear how their products and services will help solve some of your most pressing challenges. All of our exhibitors have eGift cards and other fun giveaways!


Noon - 1:00 PM | General Session

Real World Entrepreneurial Lessons with Rey Ybarra, Author & Producer, Shark Tank Effect + Previous Shark Tank Panelists TBA soon!

Based on the popularity of last year's session, we are happy to welcome back Rey Ybarra and previous Shark Tank participants as part of our NACCE 2020 Keynote Speaker line up!

Rey Ybarra is the author of Conversations With Shark Tank Winners featuring 14 entrepreneurs from the iconic hit TV reality series. He produces/moderates his entrepreneur panel presentation featuring a variety of Shark Tank entrepreneurs and has toured the country producing his panels with some of the most successful organizations for small business owners, entrepreneurs, business professionals & college business students! He is currently producing his online series Crush It Successfully featuring many of his Shark Tank entrepreneur friends along with special guests offering powerful business strategies for the current pandemic we are currently experiencing! To sign up for his full online series, go to www.collegeentrepreneurmindset.com.


1:00 - 1:30 PM | Nametag Contest - Prizes Here Too!


1:30 - 2:30 PM | Breakout Sessions 6

  • Opportunity Workshops at HCC with Ravi Brahmbhatt, Maya Durnovo and Dana Sturdevant from Houston Community College (TX) BEGINNER | Workforce Development & Non-Credit Programming Track

  • Expanding the Entrepreneurial Mindset in Communities: A Pathway To Infiltration with Heather Rissler, Tim Putnam and Anthony Riesen from North Iowa Area Community College (IA) BEGINNER | Academic Programs Track 

  • Getting Out Over Your Skies with Cole Chatterton from Portland Community College (OR) INTERMEDIATE | Entrepreneurship 101 Track 

  • How To Z Imagine: Student, Employee and Community Engagement Synthesized with Caron Sada from Paradise Valley Community College (AZ) and Bruce McHenry from South Mountain CC (AZ) ADVANCED | Entrepreneurship 101 Track

  • The Ice House Entrepreneurship Programs | Product Education Session


2:45 - 3:45 PM | Breakout Sessions 7

  • Partnership Lifecycle with Amy Cox, Liz Pettinger and Emily Redinbaugh from Bellevue University (NE) INTERMEDIATEWorkforce Development & Non-Credit Programming Track

  • Entrepreneurship For Every Student: Integrating Entrepreneurship into CTE Programs with Ana Greif and James Craig from Pima Community College (AZ) BEGINNER | Academic Programs Track 

  • Veterans and Veteran Entrepreneurship: Better Understanding Both with Matthew Harper from State College of FL Manatee-Sarasota (FL) INTERMEDIATE | Entrepreneurship 101 Track 

  • InventOR: Connecting Students, Entrepreneurs, Employers and Economic Developers with Cathy Kemper-Pelle from Rogue Community College (OR), Colleen Padilla from SOREDI (OR) and Juan Barraza from Portland State University (OR) INTERMEDIATE |  Entrepreneurship 101 Track  


4:00 - 4:15 PM | Entrepreneurial College of the Year Award Presentation

During this session, we will honor our 2020 Entrepreneurial College of the Year.


4:15 - 5:15 PM | General Session

Navigating Risk – A Higher Ed’s Leaders Guide for the 4th Industrial Revolution with Noah Brown, President & CEO of the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT)

J. Noah Brown is a widely recognized and award-winning higher education policy and governance expert, author, and educator whose experience spans more than three decades in the nation’s capital working in the nonprofit sector. Noah has served as president and chief executive officer of the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) since 2005 and has worked for the association since 1996. 

Friday, October 16
– Times Listed Below Are EST –

8:00 - 9:00 AM | Breakout Sessions 9

  • VentureDash: The Best Way To Run a Business Plan Competition with Erik Pedersen and Amari Kniep from NetWork Kansas (KS) BEGINNER | Academic Programs Track 

  • Portable Skills: A Backpackers Guide to Competencies with David Gaudet from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (CA) BEGINNER | Entrepreneurship 101 Track Session


9:00 - 10:00 AM | General Session

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion - Panel Discussion


10:15 - 10:30 AM | Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation

During this session, we will honor our 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award winner, former Governor on Tennessee, Bill Haslam.

On November 4, 2014, Bill Haslam was re-elected Tennessee’s governor with the largest victory in modern Tennessee history. Under his leadership, Tennessee is recognized as a national leader in education, economic development, efficient and effective government and fiscal strength. Since 2011, Tennessee students have been the fastest improving in the country in academic achievement. High school graduation rates are at an all-time high, and Tennessee is the first state in the nation to offer high school graduates and adults two years of community or technical college free of tuition and mandatory fees. Read more here.


10:30 - 11:30 AM | Lessons from the Leadership Summit (Series 1) 


12:00 - 1:00 PM | General Session

Taking Care of Yourself, Your Team and Your Board During Turbulent Times with Tiffany Eubanks-Saunders, self-care advocate and Senior Vice President of Bank of America

Tiffany Eubanks-Saunders is a Senior Vice President at Bank of America, where she currently serves as the Enterprise Associate Services Executive. In this role, Tiffany has responsibilities for corporate-wide operations of Corporate Travel Management, Sport & Event Ticket Management, Rewards, Incentives & Recognition, Office Supplies as well as other diverse commodities, in which she manages hundreds of millions of dollars of spend on behalf of the company.


2:30 - 3:30 PM | Lessons from the Leadership Summit (Series 2)


Closing remarks from Dr. Rebecca Corbin will be emailed to registrants on Friday afternoon.