More information on 2018 NLTA sessions and speakers coming soon.

Dr. Danielle Varda
Director
Center on Network Science

Sessions:
-Thinking like a Network Scientist
-Using Data to Develop Network Leadership Strategies
-Tools for Assessing Personal & Community Networks

Dr. Paige Backlund Jarquín
Senior Program Manager
Colorado Health Institute
State Innovation Model (SIM) Extension Service

Sessions:
-Authentic Community Engagement in Networks Panel
-Translating Network Evaluations into Practice

Pamela Coleman
Formerly Special Assistant of the President Leadership Development Team, White House Presidential Personnel Office

Session:
-Cohort Learning on Moving your Network Forward

Emily Putz
 Co-founder and Education Practice Lead
Ideas2Impact

Session:
-Cohort Learning on Moving your Network Forward

Phil Wilburn,
Director & Network Scientist,
Workday

Session:
-Network Leader Diagnostic

Jesus Valero
Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science
University of Utah

Session:
-Network Governance Panel

Jenna Bannon
Director of Health & Well-Being
Denver’s Early Childhood CouncilSchool of Public Affairs Institute

Sessions:
- Network Governance Panel

Lisa VanRaemdonck
Executive Director
University of Colorado
School of Public Affairs Institute

Sessions:
- Network Governance Panel
- Facilitation Skills for Network Leadership

Katie Edwards
Executive Director
The Nonprofit Centers Network

Session:
-Collaboration Launchpad

Dave Hackett,
Senior Advisor,
visionSynergy

Session:
-Developing High-Performing Networks

Michael Baker,
Chief Officer
Tulsa Fire Department

Session:
-Connecting Community Resources to Social Determinants of Health

Dr. Darrin Hicks,
Associate Professor,
Communication Studies at University of Denver

Session:
-Assessing High Quality Collaborative Processes

Blythe Butler,
Network Weaver,
First 2000 Days Network

Session:
- Translating Network Evaluations into Practice