​Stay connected before, during, and after the conference.

There are many ways that you can join in the conversation with NAIS and other attendees regarding the 2016 NAIS People of Color Conference. Using your computer, tablet, or mobile device to stay in touch has never been easier!

Here's how to stay connected:

•Download the 2016 PoCC App on your iPhone or Android. Just search in your app store for "2016 PoCC" to get the app!  
•Use #NAISPoCC and #NAISSDLC on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to see posts from past conferences and share your own thoughts and experiences.
•Follow our main NAIS account @NAISnetwork on Twitter and Instagram.
•Like us on Facebook to see all the latest news and trends in independent education.
 

Follow the PoCC Bloggers:

Tiffany Bridgewater, Louisville Collegiate School (KY)

https://principalaim.com/

Allen Broyles, The Children's School (GA)

http://www.tcsatl.org/blog/category/pocc-blog/

Twitter: @allenbroyles

Sandra (Chap) Chapman, Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School (LREI) (NY),

http://www.chapequity.com/chaps-blog

Alfie Hobbes, Ravenscroft School (NC)

alphanahobbs.wordpress.com

Jennifer D. Klein, World Leadership School (CO)

http://principledlearning.org/blog-the-shared-world/category/pocc-blogs 

Twitter: @jdeborahklein

Justin McLean, Meadowbrook School of Weston (MA),

http://www.meadowbrook-ma.org/page/innovative-leadership/faculty-leadership/our-blogs

Sherri Spelic, The American International School Vienna, Austria, also leading the session “Blogging Beyond the Classroom” at PoCC

http://edifiedlistener.wordpress.com/