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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS


PATRICK MULICK, BCBA, M.ED. BEHAVIOR EXPERT


Patrick is a board-certified behavior analyst, a certified speaker, trainer, coach with the John Maxwell Team, and a cancer survivor. He is an educational consultant and was


recently promoted to assistant director of autism and student independence for the Auburn School District #408 in Washington state. Patrick has committed his work to “lighting it up” for all those who support special needs learners through a hybrid of instruction and inspiration.


ADAM SÁENZ, PH.D., D. MIN. SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST & AUTHOR


Whether you’re searching for a reason to believe or you just need a hope-filled reminder, the bottom line is that you do have tremendous power to make a difference in your


world, and Dr. Sáenz’ message will compel you to engage your calling with passion, with purpose, and with vision. Now, as a licensed psychologist and theologian, Dr. Sáenz conducts workshops across the country in the areas of stress management, self-care, and the dynamics of effective relationship and team-building.


DIANNA BOWEN, ESQ. SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION ATTORNEY


Dianna is a partner in the Dallas and Fort Worth offices of Thompson & Horton, LLP. For over 20 years, Dianna has successfully defended public school districts, charter schools,


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independent schools, and public and private colleges and universities on a wide range of school law issues, from special education to employment issues.


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