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Patrick Riccards @Eduflack

Patrick is an award-winning writer and communications strategist. In 2013, PR News named him its Public Affairs Professional of the Year for his leadership in education reform. He was also named Bulldog Reporter’s Not-for-Profit Communications Professional of the Year for his work transforming the communications and public affairs efforts at American Institute of Research.


Named a 2014 Social Media MVP for his Eduflack platform, Patrick can be followed on Twitter via @Eduflack. He regularly speaks on social media, communications, and education reform and is the author or ghost author of work that has appeared in more than 100 publications, including USA Today, Washington Post, New York Times, and Education Week.


 



Patrick is an award-winning writer and communications strategist. In 2013, PR News named him its Public Affairs Professional of the Year for his leadership in education reform. He was also named Bulldog Reporter’s Not-for-Profit Communications Professional of the Year for his work transforming the communications and public affairs efforts at American Institute of Research.


Named a 2014 Social Media MVP for his Eduflack platform, Patrick can be followed on Twitter via @Eduflack. He regularly speaks on social media, communications, and education reform and is the author or ghost author of work that has appeared in more than 100 publications, including USA Today, Washington Post, New York Times, and Education Week.


Patrick is an award-winning writer and communications strategist. In 2013, PR News named him its Public Affairs Professional of the Year for his leadership in education reform. He was also named Bulldog Reporter’s Not-for-Profit Communications Professional of the Year for his work transforming the communications and public affairs efforts at American Institute of Research.


Named a 2014 Social Media MVP for his Eduflack platform, Patrick can be followed on Twitter via @Eduflack. He regularly speaks on social media, communications, and education reform and is the author or ghost author of work that has appeared in more than 100 publications, including USA Today, Washington Post, New York Times, and Education Week.


 


Sharon Skretting | @SharonSkretting

Sharon Skretting is the author of The Ultimate Treasure Quest I: The Jewel of Peru, and the founder of the Quest Teaching blog-site. She has been teaching elementary school for twenty years. Being able to use her love of writing to excite her students about learning is a dream come true for Sharon. Her goal is to write fast paced, excellent literature, filled with interesting characters, danger and intricate plots that will help make students make connections to curricular concepts. The website is filled with technology, teacher tools and interactive learning quests related to curriculum.

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Sarah Benton Feitlinger @shareitscience

Sarah Benton Feitlinger is a mom, former PreK-6th science teacher, curriculum writer and developer, blogger and kid's science news author. With over a decade of experience teaching in informal settings such as environmental education centers and museums and in the traditional classroom teaching and developing curriculum for Preschool through 6th grade science she has a passion for sharing science with others, particularly children. Believing very strongly that science is something that should be accessible and enjoyed by all, she now puts her Masters degree and experience in science education to use writing her blog, "Share it! Science", and writing science articles and curriculum for sites such as DOGOnews and Shmoop.com. When she is not crafting new ways to share a science concept, she is exploring the world with her family, out in the garden, or taking a walk in the woods.