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NCDD 2016 Is Here!

We are so excited that NCDD 2016 starts today! We are going to have a weekend jam packed with incredible workshops, inspiring speakers, and of course, hundreds of members of our amazing D&D community all in one place! ncdd2016-logo

We can’t wait to spend the weekend in conversation with you all, exploring the challenges and opportunities of bridging our divides, and envisioning the direction of our field. It’s not to late to join if you’re in the Boston area – check out the registration page here and consider registering for even just one day at the $175 one-day registration rate!

The NCDD 2016 Guidebook: A Comprehensive Guide

ncdd-2016-guidbeooks-picNothing makes the conference feel real like having the printed conference guide in your hand, and here it is! Make sure to get your hard copy at registration or follow along with the electronic version here.

We also encourage you to check out the full schedule online or look over the details of all of the great conference workshop sessions here. Start scoping out which sessions you will be joining!

Follow along on social media

NCDD will be keeping you up to date on about what’s happening during the conference via our social media outlets, so make sure to be part of the conversation! Our Social Media Coordinator Keiva Hummel will be live tweeting the whole conferece on Twitter, so follow us @NCDD and using the hashtags #NCDD2016, #BridgingOurDivides, and #NCDDEmergingLeaders.

You can also follow along on NCDD’s Facebook page or on Instagram via ncdd_network. These will all be great ways to be part of the conversation even if you’re not here with us in Massachusetts.


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Roshan Bliss
An inclusiveness trainer and group process facilitator, Roshan Bliss serves as NCDD's Youth Engagement Coordinator and Blog Curator. Combining his belief that decisions are better when everyone is involved with his passion for empowering young people, his work focuses on increasing the involvement of youth and students in public conversations.

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