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    AMPS Chapter Meeting

    Tuesday, November 15, 2016 | 5:30 pm - 8 pm

    Join us for the AMPS Chapter Meeting to hear speaker, James Spellos at the Liaison Capitol Hill - 415 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001. Be sure to register to save your spot for this event!

    Featured Speaker: James Spellos

    James SpellosJames Spellos is the President of Meeting U., whose mission is to help people become more productive and comfortable with technology.  

    Jim delivers over 150 seminars annually on how to use technology more efficiently.  In 2015, Jim was named one of the Meeting Industry’s trendsetters by Meetings Focus magazine.  He is a faculty member at New York University, teaching in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies since 1990. He has been honored with both their Award for Teaching Excellence and their Outstanding Service Award.
    In 2014, Jim joined the Board of Directors for Rock and Wrap It Up, an anti-poverty/hunger think tank, which supports over 43,000 agencies in North America.  Jim co-created for them the Whole Earth Calculator app, which helps organizations to identify the quantity of food donated and carbon footprint reduced from food recovered at meetings and events.  He also speaks about food recovery and sustainability.
    Jim is an accomplished musician and songwriter, playing guitar, keyboards and singing for the New York City rock band Contraband. They released their first CD, “Welcome to the Neighborhood” in late 2008, and is back in the studio recording new songs for a new release.