Eric McGee, Vice President of Higher Education and Partnerships, joined Over 600 attendees for the 101st UPCEA Annual Conference in San Diego, CA. The conference was held in San Diego from April 7th to April 9th. The conference afforded Eric an opportunity to catch up with colleagues and friends that he has made over the last 10+ years as a member of the UPCEA community.
Among the many outstanding speakers and presenters, Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, provided an exceptionally important and relevant presentation about the role of women in technology companies. As a woman-owned technology company, this is a subject that is of particular interest to our team.
ProctorFree provided a demonstration on Thursday afternoon. During the demonstration, we shared the new ProctorFree app and the new and improved student and instructor experience. We also provided a glimpse into the technology behind our solutions.
A special shout out to Patrick O’Rourke, UPCEA’s Associate Director for Membership and Corporate Engagement. Patrick and UPCEA do a fantastic job of treating corporate members as partners in higher education, and we are happy to have joined the association as active members.
We are looking forward to an exciting year as a member of UPCEA, and will be attending the UPCEA in Washington DC for the Summit for Online Leadership June 27-29.