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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/12/2022

    Jason will provide great insight into how to attract, retain and engage membership. You will have the opportunity to hear different ways to connect and collaborate with members, both new and experienced. All of which can lead to increased volunteerism and revenue, making your regional association even stronger.

    Jason will provide great insight into how to attract, retain and engage membership. You will have the opportunity to hear different ways to connect and collaborate with members, both new and experienced. All of which can lead to increased volunteerism and revenue, making your regional association even stronger.

    Jason Jones, PhD. (Moderator)

    Organizational Psychologist and Keynote Speaker

    Dr. Jason Jones

    Jason Jones, Ph.D. equips leaders to energize, engage, and activate the best in their people. As a former executive leader in companies both large (a Fortune 10 corporation) and small, Jason understands the challenges leaders face every day to work with intention, get the most out of their ability, and achieve at the highest level possible. 

    Jason is an organizational psychologist, two-time best-selling author, and executive coach. He has spent more than two decades studying human motivation, performance, and engagement in the workplace. Jason is a recognized expert in the areas of brain-based leadership and development. He is the author of the book 28 Days to a Motivated Team and Activator: Using Brain Science to Boost Motivation, Deepen Engagement, and Supercharge High Performance.  

    He completed the Executive Coaching Certification program at the College of Executive Coaching and has been awarded the Professional Certified Coach designation by the International Coaching Federation. His coach training program (The Coaching Manager) received the excellence award by the Association of Talent and Development (ATD). Utilizing the latest in neuroscience research and gleaning from more than 150 years of motivation theory, he curates it all into effective coaching tools and techniques that help leaders to become more influential, persuasive, and effective. 

    Jason led the development of executive coaching programs at Integris Health and AT&T. He has also helped multiple other companies to implement their own coaching bench for executive development. Jason has worked with recognized brands including American Airlines, AT&T, Porsche, Ericsson, Sonoco, and Seagate Technology to name just a few. He has worked with top corporations to build world-class leadership development and executive development initiatives and corporate universities. His last corporate role was leading executive development at AT&T where his team was responsible for executive education for more than 6000 leaders around the globe and contributed to being named the number one learning company in America by Chief Learning Officer Magazine.  

    Jason resides in Dallas, Texas. 

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 12/04/2019

    The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will be enacted soon. Learn about what you need to know to protect your organization from hefty penalties. Join this must-see session with Amar Hajeri on what the CCPA means for your business, consumer data you collect and the recommended next steps you should take regardless of what state you operate out of. CCPA will be enacted on January 1, 2020, and applies to any organization that does business in California, collects consumers' personal data and satisfies at least one of the following thresholds: • has an annual gross revenue in excess of $25 million • possesses the personal information of 50,000 or more consumers, households, or devices • earns more than half of its annual revenue from selling consumers' personal information. The International Association of Privacy Professionals estimated that the CCPA will affect upwards of 500,000 U.S. businesses.

    The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will be enacted soon. Learn about what you need to know to protect your organization from hefty penalties. Join this must-see session with Amar Hajeri on what the CCPA means for your business, consumer data you collect and the recommended next steps you should take regardless of what state you operate out of. CCPA will be enacted on January 1, 2020, and applies to any organization that does business in California, collects consumers' personal data and satisfies at least one of the following thresholds: 

    • has an annual gross revenue in excess of $25 million
    • possesses the personal information of 50,000 or more consumers, households, or devices
    • earns more than half of its annual revenue from selling consumers' personal information. 

    The International Association of Privacy Professionals estimated that the CCPA will affect upwards of 500,000 U.S. businesses. 

    Amar Hajeri, PMP

    Data Management Expert

    Amar Hajeri is a data management expert and a thought leader, who has advised several major corporations, including Time Warner Cable, Tyson Foods and Southwest Airlines in the areas of data strategy, specifically around governance and privacy, legislative compliance and organizational enablement to best leverage opportunities presented by cutting-edge technology solutions. Currently, he is shaping the data governance efforts as VP, Enterprise Data Governance at Texas Capital Bank. The strategies and guidelines his team has developed, in coordination with teams such as legal, compliance and cyber security to protect the organizational interests against legislations such as CCPA, has been widely accepted as an industry best practice. His insights have been enriched from having spent several years at the intersection of strategic business practices and the enablement afforded by technology to accomplish business goals, while adapting a data-centric execution approach. In his free time, he enjoys riding motorcycles and working on projects in his garage.    

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/19/2019

    ​As promotional product professionals, we don’t always realize the impact that a “giveaway” can have for a trade-show exhibitor. After all, when we walk through a show floor, the items featured are not “promotions,” they’re samples, and the rules are different. This presentation is an overview for trade-show exhibitors on best practices for choosing and distributing promotional products for. Join Rama Beerfas, MAS, CTSM for this webinar that will briefly cover four areas to consider when choosing promotional products to increase booth traffic during a trade show for maximum impact on ROI/ROO. Whether you’re exhibiting or you’re recommending products to a client, and whether it’s an international trade show or your local Chamber’s tabletop show, this presentation will help you choose more wisely and overcome the “must give out stuff to everyone” mindset that many exhibitors have.

    As promotional product professionals, we don’t always realize the impact that a “giveaway” can have for a trade-show exhibitor. After all, when we walk through a show floor, the items featured are not “promotions,” they’re samples, and the rules are different. This presentation is an overview for trade-show exhibitors on best practices for choosing and distributing promotional products for. Join Rama Beerfas, MAS, CTSM for this webinar that will briefly cover four areas to consider when choosing promotional products to increase booth traffic during a trade show for maximum impact on ROI/ROO. Whether you’re exhibiting or you’re recommending products to a client, and whether it’s an international trade show or your local Chamber’s tabletop show, this presentation will help you choose more wisely and overcome the “must give out stuff to everyone” mindset that many exhibitors have.


    Key Takeaways:
    1.    Rama’s five rules for trade-show promotional products.
    2.    Read the contract—make sure your promotion is show-approved.
    3.    ROI/ROO with promo products at trade shows—yes, it’s possible!
    4.    Gamification of promo products in a trade-show/event venue.

    Rama Beerfas, MAS, CTSM

    Chief Solutions Specialist, Lev Promotions

    Rama Beerfas, MAS, CTSM, is the chief solutions specialist of San Diego, California-based Lev Promotions, a promotional marketing consulting company founded in 2002. Lev Promotions' three areas of expertise include promotional products, trade-show marketing and event marketing. The recommended products and services integrate client branding, goals and target market demographics using a holistic marketing approach.

    Beerfas’ professional background includes extensive work in retail, banking, hospitality management and the nonprofit sectors. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Cal State, Northridge, and a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Beerfas also earned her Master Advertising Specialist (MAS) certification from PPAI in 2017 and is received her CTSM (Certified Trade Show Marketer) through Exhibitor in 2019.

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    1 Credit

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join Susan DeRagon for this session, where she will share information from the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization’s 2019 annual meeting and training symposium. This year’s conference included tutorials on social media and consumer product misuse as well as concerns over product safety and privacy in an interconnected world. Some of the breakout sessions included topics such as mitigation strategies related to foreign body hazards and proactive safety engineering. The plenary topics of the sessions included ensuring the safety of products sold online and evolving approaches for innovation and technology. The annual CPSC day included updates on the impact of the new makeup of the Commission and some of the commissioners’ policy views regarding education campaigns, voluntary vs. mandatory standards and a variety of other issues that come before the Commission. This session qualifies as an "elective" under the Product Safety Aware Program.

    Join Susan DeRagon for this session, where she will share information from the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization’s 2019 annual meeting and training symposium. This year’s conference included tutorials on social media and consumer product misuse as well as concerns over product safety and privacy in an interconnected world. Some of the breakout sessions included topics such as mitigation strategies related to foreign body hazards and proactive safety engineering. The plenary topics of the sessions included ensuring the safety of products sold online and evolving approaches for innovation and technology. The annual CPSC day included updates on the impact of the new makeup of the Commission and some of the commissioners’ policy views regarding education campaigns, voluntary vs. mandatory standards and a variety of other issues that come before the Commission. This session qualifies as an "elective" under the Product Safety Aware Program.

    Susan DeRagon

    Senior Technical Consultant

    Susan DeRagon is Senior Technical Consultant at QIMA (formerly AsiaInspection).  With over 30 years of experience, she is a leading quality and safety expert on toys, children’s products, and promotional and licensed goods.  She has conducted numerous technical seminars and webinars globally.  She works closely with companies to provide the highest level of quality service in the areas of regulatory compliance, product testing, quality control and assurance, safety evaluations and inspections.

    Ms. DeRagon is an active member of The Toy Association and ASTM International, participating on several toy and children’s product standards committees.  She is also a member of PPAI’s Product Responsibility Action Group (PRAG) and a previous member of the Board of Directors for ICPHSO, the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization.

    Ms. DeRagon received a B.S degree in business administration from Bay Path College, Magna Cum Laude.


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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/08/2019

    It’s no secret that having a great brand can give can give you a competitive edge when promoting your business in the marketplace. The real question is, how do distributors really build brands that are memorable, marketable and profitable? Join Johnny Campbell to discuss the four most profitable brand-building strategies that top distributors are using to attract the best clients and dominate their marketplace.

    It’s no secret that having a great brand can give can give you a competitive edge when promoting your business in the marketplace. The real question is, how do distributors really build brands that are memorable, marketable and profitable? Join Johnny Campbell to discuss the four most profitable brand-building strategies that top distributors are using to attract the best clients and dominate their marketplace.

    Johnny Campbell, DTM, AS

    Promotional Product Profits

    Johnny Campbell, keynote speaker, author and founder of Promotional Product Profits an organization that helps people turn their personal challenges into breakthroughs, and their products and services into profits. Johnny gained his expertise in the insurance industry, where he worked as a corporate trainer and participated in leading hundreds of people through massive organizational changes. He is the past president of the National Speaker Association for the state of Illinois, and is an Accredited Speaker, a designation presented by Toastmasters International for excellence in public speaking. It is held by only Less than 100 professional speakers in the world. Johnny is also the bestselling author of the audio series “The Power of Resiliency,” and a TEDx speaker. His TED talk is called “How an Enemy Can Improve Your Life.” Based on Johnny’s sales results, experiences, and his ability to help clients overcome their challenges, as well as succeed in their businesses and life, he is called: “The Transition Man.”

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    .5 Credit

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/10/2018

    Managing a promotional products business is time-consuming. As a PPAI Affinity Partner, Ascent Global Logistics is available to help you simplify the shipping of your promotional products. Join Jason Schrier, director of business development at Ascent Global Logistics, to learn how to optimize your shipping practices.

    Managing a promotional products business is time-consuming. As a PPAI Affinity Partner, Ascent Global Logistics is available to help you simplify the shipping of your promotional products. Join Jason Schrier, director of business development at Ascent Global Logistics, to learn how to optimize your shipping practices.

    Jason Schrier

    Director of Business Development

    Jason Schrier is a Director of Business Development for Ascent Global Logistics in Hudson, OH. After serving as an infantryman in the U.S Army and completing a tour in Iraq, Jason started his career in logistics with FedEx in 2010. While at FedEx, Jason became an expert in LTL, air freight, full truckload, expedited freight and cold chain shipping solutions. After building a strong foundation of logistics and transportation best practices at FedEx, he spent two years assisting pharmaceutical companies with complex supply chain solutions as a Special Accounts Representative. While helping these companies, Jason created recommendations in areas such as cold chain packaging, modes of domestic and international transportation management, customs paperwork assistance, setting up shipments and tracking shipments until delivery. He was rewarded several Purple Promise Awards for his dedication to his customers and was the only individual in the contiguous United States to win an ICan award from his Asian Pacific counterparts. After spending six years in operations, Jason transitioned into sales with Ascent Global Logistics in 2016. After spending eight months working as an Inside Sales Representative, he was promoted to Director of Business Development.

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/21/2022

    This session will answer questions such as where your company's waste actually end up, what to do about packaging waste and outline options for end-of-life solutions.

    This session will answer questions such as where your company's waste actually end up, what to do about packaging waste and outline options for end-of-life solutions.         

    Ashlee Baker (Moderator)

    Principal and Waste Diversion Specialist

    Waste Not Consulting

    Ashlee Baker is a principal and waste diversion specialist at Waste Not Consulting. She brings over ten years of experience in waste diversion for commercial properties. She has a background in working with commercial, retail, and residential properties to develop, implement, and manage sustainable waste and recycling programs that are both environmentally friendly and financially responsible. With a passion for diverting waste from landfills, Ashlee has created and implemented over 150 waste stream management programs with an emphasis on diversion and has completed over 16M square feet of LEED compliant waste audits. She strives to encourage greater consciousness of our individual environmental footprints through education, outreach, and best practices. Ashlee holds a master of science degree in environmental studies from California State University, Fullerton and a B.A. in communications studies from Florida State University. 

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/21/2022

    This session will go over the science around: Packaging Materials, Biobased, Circularity, End-of-Life: Biodegradable, Compostable, Recycling Microplastics - plastic waste, and will review what all of these terms mean.

    This session will go over the science around: Packaging Materials, Biobased, Circularity, End-of-Life: Biodegradable, Compostable, Recycling Microplastics - plastic waste, and will review what all of these terms mean.

    Ramani Nayaran (Moderator)

    University Distinguished Professor

    Michigan State University

    Ramani Narayan is a University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science. He is an internationally acclaimed thought leader and expert in bioplastics, focusing on the manufacture of biobased and compostable plastics. His research encompasses design and manufacture of biofiber composites for auto and industrial applications. He is involved with measurements and reporting of biobased carbon and environmental footprint using LCA tools.  He received an M.S. degree in organic chemistry and a Ph.D. in polymer science and engineering from Bombay University in India. He is a fellow of the U.S. National Academy of Inventors and the American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM).He serves as the scientific chair of the Biodegradable Products Institute, North America as well as on the board of ASTM International and was founding chair of the committee on environmentally degradable plastics and biobased products. He received the ASTM Award of Merit, the highest award given by the society to an individual member and was the first recipient of the William N. Findley Award from ASTM for significant contributions to the application of new technologies. His other honors include the James Hammer Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award, State of Michigan – Governor’s University Award for Commercialization Excellence, and Michigan Green Chemistry Governor’s award. His awards from MSU include a University Distinguished Faculty Award and a Withrow Distinguished Scholar Award. He received the Fulbright Distinguished Lectureship Chair in Science and Technology Management and Commercialization (University of Lisbon, Portugal).

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/21/2022

    This session will review the various state regulations that will affect your compliance strategy.

    This session will review the various state regulations that will affect your compliance strategy.

    Karolyn Helda (Moderator)

    Managing Director

    QIMA

    Karolyn Helda is the managing director of QIMA’s Laboratory in Buffalo, New York. She has  worked in the consumer products safety, compliance and quality assurance industry for over 30 years. Her knowledge and direct experience span the categories of promotional products, toys and children’s products, softlines, general merchandise as well as consumable consumer goods such as food, over‐the‐counter drugs, health and beauty care items. Prior to assuming responsibility for the QIMA Buffalo lab operations, Karolyn held various roles at independent consumer products testing laboratories including laboratory and client services management, business development, global compliance program development and management, as well as technical consulting, training and protocol development.                       

    Tom Lewandowski (Moderator)

    Principal Scientist

    Gradient, LLC

    Tom Lewandowski is a principal scientist at Gradient in Seattle, Washington. Tom has over 20 years of experience in the areas of product safety evaluation, pharmacokinetics, metals toxicology, and developmental toxicology. He is currently involved in leading Gradient's efforts in the emerging area of green chemistry. Tom is also an affiliate faculty member at the University of Washington School of Public Health where he lectures on toxicology and risk assessment. In 2012-2013, he served as chair of the Society of Toxicology’s Education Committee, which works to increase science literacy and public knowledge of toxicology. He is board certified in toxicology in the U.S. and in Europe.                                  

    Chelsea Murtha (Moderator)

    Sustainability and Trade Policy Professional

    American Apparel and Footwear Association

    Chelsea Murtha serves as the advocate and spokesperson on matters of sustainability and product safety for the American Apparel and Footwear Association. She engages with Congress, the Executive Branch, independent agencies, as well as state and local legislatures and agencies and foreign governments on sustainability, product safety, and chemical management issues important to the industry. Chelsea is also the staff liaison to AAFA’s Environmental Committee and Product Safety Council.    Chelsea joined AAFA from a Washington, D.C. government affairs firm where she lead advocacy efforts for clients, including several trade associations and apparel and footwear importers, on policy developments related to environmental, social, and governance issues in global supply chains. She has also worked for the U.S. Fashion Industry Association, and a Washington, D.C. international trade policy consultancy firm. Chelsea earned a Master of Science from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts from the George Washington University. 

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/21/2022

    This session will demonstrate the importance of validating any sustainability-related claims companies make about their products or processes, as well as properly categorizing products with sustainable claims.

    This session will demonstrate the importance of validating any sustainability-related claims companies make about their products or processes, as well as properly categorizing products with sustainable claims.

    David Callet (Moderator)

    Principal

    Callet Law

    David Callet is a principal at Callet Law where he provides comprehensive client representation on all aspects of consumer product safety compliance. He guides clients on how to create and implement product safety compliance programs that reduce product recalls, limit products liability litigation and help protect their valuable brands from adverse publicity associated with non-compliance with product safety requirements. He regularly represents clients I matters involving the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. David is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and the George Washington University Law School.

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