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Behavior Expert Patrick Mulick Joins STN EXPO Indy General Session Lineup

Popular industry conference presenter Patrick Mulick provides back-to-back general sessions at the STN EXPO Indianapolis on June 11 to wrap the week’s educational agenda and to prepare all attendees for that afternoon’s Trade Show experience.

Mulick, an autism coordinator for Auburn School District in Washington state, has been a fixture at both the STN EXPO Reno and TSD Conference for the past three years. He joins the speaker team for the inaugural STN EXPO Indianapolis, held June 7-12 at the JW Marriott and adjoining convention center.

Originally scheduled to present in the Management & Operations track, Mulick’s sessions “The Filter for Behavior Change on the School Bus” and “Autism: What It Means to Us, What It Means to Them,” now immediately follow author David Horsager’s morning keynote, “The TRUST Edge.”

The daily workshop schedule online has been updated to reflect the change.

Also online is the latest complete list of confirmed speakers.

To Register at the All-Inclusive, Lowest Possible Rate, Click Here
Early Bird Rate — Valid Through 5/10/19 = $399
Includes: Main Conference Workshops, General Sessions, Keynote Sessions, Networking Events and the Trade Show.

For the Trade Show Only Registration, Click Here
$99 per person
Includes: Access to the trade show, ONLY. The fee does NOT include main conference workshops, general sessions and keynote sessions.

Conference Registration Contact
Alice Hung Sabedra
Senior Events Coordinator
310-802-7811
alice@stnmedia.com

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