May 12, 2022 | 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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Speaker: Katie LeClerc Greer, CEO, KL Greer Consulting, LLC
With the constant use of social media and other platforms, our privacy is more at risk than ever. It is important we are informed so we can help young people be better at protecting their information. This webinar will explore the different ways our privacy is being compromised and discuss solutions to more effectively protect our information.
About the Speaker
Katie Greer, previously of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office and Massachusetts State Police, has been delivering digital health and safety programs to students, parents, school staff and administration, and public and private organizations throughout the world for the past 15 years. Due to the increasing demands for technology/Internet safety education, Katie expanded her programs and created KL Greer Consulting. Katie's programs are designed to educate adults and students spanning grades K-12 and college, and are thoughtfully tailored to accommodate the developmental and emotional differences in each age group. Katie's unique personal, professional, and educational background has led Katie to frequently serve as an industry expert to various media outlets. Katie has been featured in USA Today, TIME Magazine, Good Housekeeping, NBC News, Proctor and Gamble Everyday, on The O’Reilly Factor, The Meredith Vieira Show, Inside Edition, CNN, The Daily Mail and AJAM. Katie obtained her Masters degree in Criminal Justice from Salem State University. In 2018, Katie was the first female to be awarded the Distinguished Alumna Award from Salem State University. Katie is a 4th year PhD student, with a focus on tween and teen online socialization.
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