Editorial Board Guest Author
President, Conferences That WorkAdrian Segar has designed, organized, and facilitated conferences for thirty years. He has been designing participant-driven and participation-rich events, commonly known as unconferences, since 1992. His book Conferences That Work: Creating Events That People Love, published in November 2009, has been described as "THE how-to manual" on creating events that truly engage and capitalize on attendees' collective wisdom and experience. Mr. Segar blogs regularly on event design, logistics, presentations, and many other related topics at www.conferencesthatwork.com. Mr. Segar is an acknowledged innovator and speaker on participant-driven event design. In May 2011, BizBash Magazine named him as one of "The 68 Most Innovative Event Professionals". He is also an enthusiastic proponent of the Meeting Architecture movement that aims to recast our ideas about how event professionals think about meeting design. Mr. Segar has a Ph.D. in elementary particle physics, owned a solar energy manufacturing company, taught college level computer science for ten years, and was an independent information technology consultant for over twenty years. He lives in Marlboro, Vermont, is the president of two non-profits - edACCESS and the Marlboro School Association - and loves to sing and dance.
Mr. Segar can be contacted at 802-254-3566 or firstname.lastname@example.org