Administrative Professionals Conference

Access the power of your profession with the knowledge, skills and abilities that make you an exceptional employee. UNM Continuing Education invites you to attend our 2012 Administrative Professional Conference on April 24-25. These two days will give you the opportunity to evaluate your skill-set and stretch your comfort zone as an essential member of your workplace. Gain important knowledge of workplace tools such as project management and conflict resolution. Assess your computer skills to accurately represent your IT knowledge. Increase your ability to resolve conflict, make decisions, and take leadership in your organization. There’s not an organization in the world that can operate without administrative professional functions or personnel. Come explore ways to increase your effectiveness, your presence, and your power in your organization.

The conference takes will be held at UNM Continuing Education, located at 1634 University Blvd. NE, in Albuquerque, NM from 8:00am-4:00pm.

Tuition is $179 for one day or $269 for both days. For more information contact Sherry TenClay at or 505-277-6038.

To see the Conference Agenda, and list of presenters, visit:

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Keynote Presentation: YOU – The Powerful Presence

Come find out how knowing your strengths and finding your passion can translate to your organization the Power of YOUR presence in the workplace with Jenna Crabb.
Jenna Crabb has been a diversity trainer, a generational difference speaker and a motivational speaker for many organizations, conferences and classes for the past 15 years. Being a career counselor has enabled Jenna to work with individuals on finding their passion in their career and their future. She has been working in Student Affairs for the past 16 years professionally. She started her career at the University of New Mexico in 1989 as a student – and really never left! Jenna has her Master’s degree in Counselor Education and is currently (All But Dissertation) ABD with her PhD in Counselor Education with an emphasis in Organizational Learning and Instructional Technologies. She is currently working on her dissertation – which is exploring passion in teaching. She has been the Director for Career Services for over 5 years and is adjunct faculty for the OLIT and Counseling graduate programs.

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