We're the Catholic University for Creative Arts and Business Innovation, located in Southern California.
Alumna Katy Campbell is featured as a keynote speaker at this year's conference - don't miss her talk "How I got from my mom's dining table to Silicon Valley and beyond", where she will share about her journey from homeschool student to business and creative professional. Learn how her homeschool education, and later her studies at John Paul the Great Catholic University, helped her develop and advance her career. Katy will explore what she learned about selling ideas, collaborating across cultures, and using creativity and humor to build connections.
So that's the keynote - but whether or not you are able to view that, we invite you to join this live Q&A session! Maybe her talk sparked a specific question, or maybe you just want to hear more of her insights. This 30 minute Q&A will be hosted on Zoom, and you are invited to engage with either video or chat.
Thursday, Oct. 7th - 11:30-12:30pm ET
About Katy Campbell:
Katy graduated from John Paul the Great Catholic University in 2012 with a B.S. in Communications Media, Emphasis in Film Production & Directing. She worked for nearly a decade at a ServiceNow Inc (Forbes #1 Most Innovative Company, 2018), where she started and developed an instructional media department and co-chaired a global interfaith employee resource group. She recently left to pursue her passion in creative writing and has published books for teens and young adults including Love, Treachery, and Other Terrors and The Canadian Nights. Her work can be found at www.katysfables.com. Katy lives in Washington State with her husband Joe (also a JPCatholic alum) and four kids.