Recharged Conference 2022 To Focus on Pandemic Technology

Top Quote Community experts will share their knowledge during a one-day rolling conversation at the 2022 virtual Recharged Conference on January 15. The theme is "Power from the Pandemic: How Technology Makes A Difference." Topics include mental health, digital learning, social influence, entrepreneurship, and currency and finance. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 12, 2022 - DALLAS - The theme for the 2022 Recharged Conference will be “Power from the Pandemic: How Technology Makes a Difference,” said the event organizer and founder.

    Sharon Egiebor said the conference was designed in 2017 to share accurate and relevant information from credible community-based sources.

    “The Covid 19 pandemic is a traumatizing experience, consumed by death, isolation and fractured relationships,” Egiebor said. “It is important to take this time, two years into the disease’s impact on the world, to provide encouragement and hope.”

    This will be a virtual conference with rolling sessions that cover elements of the big topics of the day: mental health, currency and finance, education and digital learning. Speakers will also discuss The Great Resignation, entrepreneurship and social influence.

    Stephanie R. Howard, a behavioral counselor and executive director at Eldred McClean Counseling Center, Inc. in Plano, will tackle mental health during the conference.

    “The pandemic has certainly forced us to address our physical health needs, but during this age of COVID, assessing our emotional health, spiritual health, and mental health also is critical. People are stressed and weary,” Howard said. “Some are right on the brink of a psychological break. In a real sense, people are struggling with a collective trauma. Given this historical moment, it’s an ideal time to address mental health issues and promote awareness.”

    Patricia Merthie, who will give the opening prayer, said the New Year is always a good time for renewal.

    “I believe as we recharge, reset and re-emerge ourselves this year with knowledge, understanding and spiritual wisdom,” said Merthie of Lady Patricia Merthie Ministries in Florida. “We'll be better equipped to fulfill our God given purposes and callings on the earth.”

    Rod Logan, a regional vice president at Primerica Financial Services, will discuss the various ways to manage investments. In the two previous conferences, participants
    wanted to learn more about cryptocurrencies, the stock market and retirement accounts.

    “Sharing simple concepts that allow people to improve their financial lives gives me the greatest satisfaction,” Logan said. “I plan to touch on several financial concepts.”
    Education expert Cherelle Wilson, M.Ed., returns to the conference for the third time.

    “In 2020, parents and the school system began navigating online learning. This was a huge learning curve for the students and teachers. We found that there was a gap in computer access and skill level among the faculty, students and parents,” said Wilson, principal of Nita Pearson Elementary School in Garland. “We began immersing ourselves in techniques that led to successful outcomes,” she said.

    Crystal Dobson, RN., of CardiacFITT, LLC, started her business in late 2019. The healthcare platform addresses the barriers patients encounter in the traditional healthcare system such as access, cost, patient engagement and overall quality of care.
    The business model was designed to be hands-on, with home visits and in person physical training. The Covid 19 pandemic forced the company to cancel all in-person visits and training sessions.

    Dobson and business partner Dr. Joniqua Howard will discuss the technical tools the company uses to serve their clients and grow the business.

    “We had to pivot and figure out quickly how best to serve our patients, many who were at risk for Covid,” said CEO Dobson. “We created new apps and virtual training sessions.”

    Ingra Green, owner of SlingshotU, a personal spiritual development company, who will give the conference introduction, life seems to be moving at warp speed.

    “If not properly equipped, many people will be left behind, robbing the future of their much-needed experiential expertise,” Green said. “Minds that are open and receptive, coupled with relevant information, like content provided in the upcoming Recharge Conference, will move forward with greater ease resulting in more sustainable results.”

    The Recharged Conference strives to bridge the generation gap. Nick Sterling, 28, a YouTube content creator and owner of a Facebook messenger business and an offline vending machine service, will lead the social influence session. His catchphrase is “Entertainment and Game,” he said.

    “I use this slogan to let people know that you can have fun and laugh while talking about business. People grasp concepts better if they are taught in an entertaining way,” said Sterling, who is known as Pappy G online.

    Victoria Rollins, first place youth winner of the 2021 Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Artful Poetry Contest, who will recite a poem.

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