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Dear Event Planner,
Having been a producer of various theatrical and educational events since the 1970′s, I feel your pain.
The gentle expertise Candy Campbell & Company offers you and your group:
- arrival at least one day in advance with time to meet and confer with key stakeholders and participants,
- ability to conduct pre-conference survey/ focus groups/ interviews and inculcate results into keynote,
- ability to publicize event through website and ezine list
- ability to coach execs/association personnel on speech writing/presentation techniques [increases overall conference quality, raises participant satisfaction scores]
- ability to moderate panels, host break-out sessions, and give after-dinner speeches,
- ability to speak to media in support of event before/ during conference
- willingness to participate in book-signing events,
- ability to fill-in for last-minute cancellations with appropriate subject matter,
- ability to create project-specific intellectual property [handouts/modules/ebook materials] for distribution to participants
- ability to follow-up with post-conference webinars/ individual or group coaching, based on your needs
All this delivered with guaranteed results and good humor!
If this sounds like the kind of help you need, I invite you to contact me via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You’ll be glad you did.
Break a leg,
An Oregon native, Candace Campbell came to the nursing profession through a circuitous route. After earning a BA in Speech Communications/Theatre, and working as a flight attendant and PR rep for Pan American World Airways, she experienced a career epiphany one day en route to Karachi, Pakistan from New Delhi, India, and felt “called” to become a nurse.
Her nursing career began in Psychiatry, working with many Vietnam Vets at the VA Hospital in Southern California. That experience led to research within the medical community about PTSD, and the moral distress of medical personnel working in a war zone. The result later became a film script and a novel called Walking Point.
Candy (as her friends call her) began her clinical practice in neonatalogy in 1989 (you do the math). She received her Neonatal Certificate and specialty training at Loma Linda University Medical Center, where she gained experience working with neonatal heart transplant cases. She has also worked as an RN in Labor and Delivery, ER, ICU, CCU.
Currently, Ms. Campbell is adjunct faculty at University of San Francisco, and is pursuing her doctorate in nursing in the areas of communication and public policy. Her dissertation project builds upon her previous work teaching and performing improv. Her third solo show, “Florence Nightingale-Live!” (an interactive keynote), grew out of a deep respect for that foundational leader, and is based upon Nightingale’s copious writings.
As an expert clinician, she speaks on prematurity and related topics. Her articles on maternal-child health issues have appeared online and in print publications.Her award-winning documentary, Micropremature Babies:How Low Can You Go? has received ovative reveiws, and been viewed on four continents.
Candy is also a member of several professional associations, mainly beginning with the letter “a,” including ANA, AONE, ASCAP, AFTRA-SAG, ASOPA, AWHONN, and ACHE (at her age, that seems doubly appropriate).
As the mother of three grown children, she delights in the birth of her first grandchild.