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InterChange 2017 

October 20-21

Announcing Ben Woelk as our keynote speaker

We are very happy to announce that our keynote speaker this year is Mr. Ben Woelk, technical writer, champion of online security, and creator of the Introverted Leadership movement. In his spare time, Ben is an Adjunct Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology and Program Manager in the Information Security Office at RIT. He has been a technical communicator for more than 20 years and involved in the Society for Technical Communication for more than 10 years.

At the 2017 STC Summit in Washington D. C., Ben was awarded the President's Award, one of the highest honors in our Society. Ben has been a leader in the STC for many years and we are honored and excited that he is making the journey from Rochester to spend two days at InterChange.

Ben is giving our keynote address, as well as Digital Self Defense 101: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices to Stay Safe Online on Friday, and an all-afternoon workshop on Saturday, Revive and Thrive: Temperament-based Strategies for Today's Workplace.

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20 Oct 2017 8:00 AM • UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center

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