Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools Conference – Early Bird Registration NOW!

Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools Conference – Early Bird Registration NOW!

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ATN’s 3rd Annual Conference for Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools will be February 16-18, 2020 in Atlanta, GA at the Hyatt Regency. Join more than 1800 educators from across the country for over 100 workshops, expert keynotes and a powerful movie night! Early Bird Registration is open. Full schedule will be available by mid-September.

Make your lodging reservations early – due to the growing size of this conference and other events in Atlanta, space is at a premium. Please reserve at either the Hyatt Regency or Hilton-Atlanta soon to secure a room!

 

Julie has been ATN's Executive Director since 2009. She joined the organization in 2004 after finding incredible support from fellow ATNers when she was searching for answers about her own daughter's early childhood trauma and attachment disorders. Julie leads a staff of passionate professionals and acts as spokesperson for the organization. Prior to ATN, Julie was the president of a marketing and communications consultancy, The Epiphany Group, and has over two decades of experience in professional services marketing, strategic planning and communication strategies. As a graduate of Partners in Policymaking and through personal experience, Julie has garnered a great deal of experience in the areas of special education, school issues, and disabilities advocacy. A published author, Julie wrote a chapter in the EMK Press Adoption Parenting book and was the special needs blogger at Adoptionblogs.com for two years. She frequently presents workshops on attachment and trauma to local and national groups. Email Julie. Julie holds an MBA from Avila College in Kansas City and was a Certified Professional Services Marketer. Julie, and her husband Dave, are parents to four (bio, step and adoptive), including their youngest daughter, adopted from China. This daughter’s attachment difficulties and developmental trauma disorder have changed their lives significantly…in amazing ways.