Professional Development

 

Education Level: Basic

5112 - Safe and Secure Online Volunteers: I've Completed Orientation, Now What?

Tuesday, September 26
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

After completing the Safe and Secure Online orientation, volunteers are able to give presentations. But what happens after the orientation? Where do they go to share their experiences so other volunteers know what worked well or how best to contact organizations to present? Join the Center for Cyber Safety and Education as we bring together active volunteers for a lively discussion on best practices to help make the cyber world a safer place for everyone. This is your chance to share tips, ask questions and meet other dedicated volunteers.

Learning Objectives:

Patrick Craven

Director
Center for Cyber Safety and Education

Patrick Craven has 30-plus years of experience working within the non-profit industry and has held various C-level executive leadership roles at notable charitable organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund and the Boy Scouts of America. As director for the Center for Cyber Safety and Education, he is responsible for all business operations, supporting the board of trustees, service delivery, providing leadership to employees and volunteers, managing multiple income streams, overseeing marketing and business development functions, new program development and liaising with external agencies. Pat has been successful across the country developing innovative and award-winning marketing, advertising, sales, management and fundraising programs. He has a B.S. in Communication from Xavier University in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. He has traveled and lived across the country and now resides in Clearwater, FL with his wife of over 33 years, Debbi.

Presentation(s):

Send Email for Patrick Craven

Satish Jayaprakash

Vice President, CyberSecurity
JP Morgan Chase

Presentation(s):

Send Email for Satish Jayaprakash

Lisa V. Lescroart

Global Youth Programs Lead, Technology for Global Good
JP Morgan Chase

Lisa Lescroart is the Global Youth Programs lead at JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPMC). In her current role she manages a suite of STEM-based programs that aim to guide students in local communities through key stages of computer science education including: introduction and safety, guidance and ultimately inspiration to choose a career in technology.

She began work at JPMC in 2011 with Civic Engagement – running the New York Ambassador Program – a volunteer-based initiative geared toward building stronger relationships with public officials and communicating the firm’s support for communities across the globe.

Prior to joining JPMC, Lisa worked as a Fundraiser for a State Attorney General election and Managed Comcast’s Political Action Committee for 5 years.

She has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Butler University.

Presentation(s):

Send Email for Lisa Lescroart


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