The BRANDfluence Keynote

August 24, 2008

We are suffering from infobesity yet starving for  wisdom. This multi-media keynote provides you with the insight and  tools to make your brand matter. Upbeat, instructive and immediately useful, Louise leverages her award winning background in marketing, career management, comedy and sports to make branding and marketing easier for you.

The Fairy Godmother Project

August 1, 2008

Louise Karch, emcee for the fall 2003 conference, embraced the idea and agreed to present it at the conference. She took a deep breath and asked 200 women to close their eyes. She pulled out a ‘magic’ wand and pressed a tiny pink button that sent the sound of tinkling bells throughout the hall. As women came forward offering to take on a project, she started handing out the five $100 donated cheques, thereby launching the Fairy Godmother Project.

Changing Methods By Sandra D. Burt, Lorraine Code

August 1, 2008

Chapter 11: Women and Violence: Feminist Practice and Quantitative Method
Some material added by Louise Karch

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Changing Methods: Feminists Transforming Practice
By Sandra D. Burt, Lorraine Code
Contributor Sandra D. Burt, Lorraine Code
Published by Broadview Press, 1995
ISBN 1551110334, 9781551110332
384 pages

College Educator Development Program PHASE 3

August 1, 2008

Evening Plenary Speaker – Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

Louise Karch – The Career Lives of Spies – Lessons from Under the Trench Coat

Come undercover with executive career management strategist Louise Karch, M.Ed. CMP for a dynamic covert career planning operation. Using her ten years of executive career management experience, background as a comic, and drawing upon the work of a former World War II spy, you will learn how to plot a career path that maximizes the use of your favourite skills and how to use your career portfolio to create “brag bites” that enhance your college visibility and career mobility.

Good is no longer good enough. The goal is perfection and the path that takes us there leads to excellence.
Louise B. Karch