Navigating Difficult Questions About COVID-19Mar 5, 2020 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET
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“Navigate conversations around COVID-19”
Join us for this 20 minute virtual event with Dr. Quintin Shepherd on how to help create a space for discussion around COVID-19.
This is a great chance to hear his approach first-hand and to ask any questions that you might be facing as a leader trying to navigate this situation.
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Dr. Quintin Shepherd, Superintendent of Victoria Independent School District, began his career in education teaching music at Cambridge Community Unit School District in Cambridge, Illinois. He served as Principal at Amboy High and Elementary schools, before moving into the Superintendent role at Amboy Community School District and then District 69 in Skokie, Illinois. During his tenure at Linn-Mar Community School District, Dr. Shepherd led the district in formulating a 10-year strategic plan, a restructuring plan, and a bond referendum campaign.
Andy brings an eclectic wealth of life experience to ThoughtExchange. He has worked as a development consultant, youth worker, teacher, international humanitarian aid worker, personal fitness trainer, professional musician, and pastor. Andy is committed to helping people achieve their goals, to seeing people thrive, and to building community along the way. Andy is one part empathy, one part tenacity, and one part faith. He believes that all things are possible, especially the things that seem impossible. Andy loves outdoor adventures, music, sports, and serving at his church. He lives in Edmonton with his wife Andrea, and their two children.