Join the Leadership Winter Park alumni community, Friday, Feb. 9, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. for our spring LWP Refresh! event. Our exclusive program, featuring esteemed professors from Full Sail University, introduces the fundamental concepts of artificial intelligence and provides practical strategies for integrating AI into your business and your job. Explore how AI can elevate decision-making, boost efficiency and foster innovation.
Join us to gain valuable insights from experts, empowering you to lead AI initiatives and drive positive transformations within your organization.
Speakers will feature:
Rob Croll- Program Director, Digital Marketing Degree Programs at Full Sail University
Rob Croll is the Program Director for Full Sail University's suite of Digital Marketing programs, including the MS, BS, and AAS degrees. His responsibilities encompass the comprehensive oversight of the curriculum and the delivery of these programs online.
In addition to his role at Full Sail, Rob applies his expertise as a digital marketer and freelance writer to help small- and medium-sized organizations reach their goals.
Rob's academic credentials include a Bachelor's degree in Finance from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Fine Arts in Media Design from Full Sail.
Beyond his professional pursuits, Rob Cherishes his role as the father of two adult daughters. He is an avowed "plant person" and a devotee of well-being, complementing his commitment to a number of volunteer engagements.
Bill Galbreath- Director, Digital Arts and Design BS at Full Sail University
Bill Galbreath worked as a fine artist, multimedia designer, business owner, and educator in Winter Park for over 30 years. Since 2000 Bill has been an instructor and administrator at Full Sail University, and until 2017 held the position of Director of Education for the Design and Technology programs. In this role he supported Full Sail?s Design, Gaming, Software Dev, Computer Animation, Web, SimViz, Cloud Tech and Mobile programs. Currently Bill is teaching in the Graphic Design Program and working with online students.