July 13th-17th @7pm on Youtube/FacebookLive
Changing the World by Being YOU!
With the uniqueness of this season, and the anomaly of Covid-19; so many things for Sumer 2020 have been cancelled. So, The Big Idea Camp is hosting a Virtual Family Camp from Monday July 13th through Friday July 17th. Every night starting at 7pm we will live-stream an incredible 30-40 minute program featuring games, give-aways, and guest speakers who will be talking about the importance of Influence, and how everyone has the opportunity to change the world, by being yourself.
DANA WINTERS, PH.D.
Director of Simple Interactions and Academic Programs; Assistant Professor of Child and Family Studies
As the Director of Simple Interactions and Academic Programs for the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media, Dana Winters seeks to apply and advance the legacy of Fred Rogers in serving children and their helpers. Through projects involving children’s helpers across many diverse settings, including child care, school systems, community programs, residential care, and children’s hospitals, she communicates and reflects what is simple and deep about work in service of children and their families. Dana supervises the Center’s research lab, Incubator 143, which partners with educators, trainers, advocates, and researchers to focus on identifying and amplifying the simple active ingredient that universally helps serve children—the power of human connection. She joined the Center after serving as the Senior Evaluator for the Collaborative for Evaluation and Assessment Capacity at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Education, and as an Education Counselor with the Educational Opportunity Centers of Penn State University. Dana holds a Ph.D. in administrative and policy studies from the University of Pittsburgh, a M.A. in education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a B.A. in sociology from Saint Vincent College.
Executive Director with The John Maxwell Company, President and CEO of Legacy Leadership Architects, LLC.
Sheryl’s undergraduate work was in Business and her graduate work at SMU Dallas was in Entrepreneurship and Leadership. Sheryl obtained an Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Governance from UT Dallas and has been a founding member of three (3) nonprofit organizations. Today she sits on the national board for Empowering Women as Leaders. www.ewlusa.org.
She has 24 years in management and technology consulting building out new capabilities and architecting competitive solutions. She served as a thought-leader to strategically help position her firm in a global market-place making it attractive for a lucrative buy out. Sheryl has worked directly for C-Suite and client executives for brands such as Bank of America, Vesuvius USA, PNC Bank, JPAR, Century 21, Mercy Health and many others.
Onfire Books has Sheryl’s book contract titled, “Lives in Crisis to Lives of Significance, Emerging Refreshed, Real and Relevant” expected on the market by early 2021.
Sheryl is passionate about your growth. In fact, Sheryl has dedicated her life to "empowering others to live their evergreen legacy"--not just living a life of success, but a life of significance.
The Neighborhood, Ashland KY
Todd Young, Renee Parsons, and
Hear how Influence has encouraged and molded the steps of three amazing local leaders as they provide necessary programs for people in need. From providing assistance with utilities, clothing, health care, or even daily meals, The Neighborhood in Ashland Kentucky impacts thousands of lives each week.
We're excited to learn how setting goals, following dreams, and making smart decisions can ultimately place you in a place of influence that can change this world!