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Some of Karen's other pursuits:

Keynotes, Workshops, Consultations and Tete-a-Tetes

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I enjoy speaking to groups, whether it is a keynote for 500 at the end of a conference, or a full day retreat for 20 people, or an in-service for a facility in Manitowoc I think this stuff is a good time. No matter what the topic, who the audience is or where the presentation is - I try to personalize it to fit my audience. I almost always interact with my audience. I need to have a conversation with them. I
need to hear what they are understanding or (in some cases) what they are not understanding. I may not be what administration or staff is used to, but I seem to be effective.

If you just look at me sideways I’ll start organizing your group. I serve on two conference planning committees in the Southeastern Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Association. I am co-facilitator for a support group at Luther Manor.

For the last 4 years I have presented at the Wisconsin State Alzheimer’s Association Conference. In May of 2002, I was the Sunday night keynote speaker for the Caregiver Banquet. The chicken was great.

From Superior to Kenosha, from Marinette to Cuba City and points between I’ve been presenting in-services, keynotes and my Comedy/Drama, Sometimes Ya Gotta Laugh.

I will be presenting at the National Alzheimer’s Conference in July of 2003 with a full workshop and a poster presentation. This is my second time presenting at the National Conference. Last time I co-presented with Dr. Anne Basting on the TimeSlips project in 2000. That was cool.

Performing and presenting for the health care community gives me the greatest satisfaction, but I have also worked with the business community, public school system, healthy seniors, the Deaf community, and the developmentally disabled.

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