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W: Remote Control - Virtual

Date: April 16, 2020
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

United States
Contact: Alejo Cabral


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What is it like to work remotely? What challenges do we face? The onset of the COVID-19 global pandemic has forced many Wichitans to work remotely for the first time. Join us for Remote Control, a two-part series presented by W, Groover Labs, and NXTUS, diving into remote working in Wichita.

Part one, Remote Control - Virtual, brings together moderator Sam Foreman of Foreman Law with remote workers and panelists Marquetta Atkins of Camp Destination Innovation and Seth Etter of Ad Hoc LLC.

Join us as we learn from Marquette and Seth about staying productive, navigating a virtual environment, and maintaining a work-life balance.

Register for this free event today and we will send you the webinar details.

About our panelists

Marquetta Atkins is the founder and executive director of Camp Destination Innovation, a nonprofit organization designed to expose marginalized youths to entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship to achieve economic success. In its second year, Camp Destination Innovation had a 75 percent student return rate, proving that participants are building their knowledge base and strengthening their networks.

Seth Etter is an API engineer with Ad Hoc LLC, a Washington D.C.-based software engineering firm that builds fast and efficient government digital services. Ad Hoc LLC formed out a group of software engineers who came together to rescue healthcare.gov. Etter is also a founding member of devICT, a group of individuals who share an interest in software. One of devICT's more recent projects is a service that provides text notifications about elections in Wichita.

About our moderator

The panel is moderated by Sam Foreman, an Attorney at Foreman Law, and a former Board Chair of W. Foreman Foreman Law is a community-focused law firm dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs, startups, inventors, innovators, and all those who create. 

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