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2021 Virtual Spring Education Conference
7:15a - 8:00a - Welcome Room Opens

8:00a – 8:15a - Welcoming and Announcements

8:15a - 9:15a - Myopia
Judy Lew
1 ABO, Tech 2

9:25a - 11:15a - Eye Surgeries and their Impact on Visual Correction
Mike Gzik
2 NCLE, Tech 2

11:25a - 12:25p - Telehealth is here to stay. Really!
Valerie Manso
1 NCLE, Tech 1

12:25p - 1:00p - LUNCH BREAK

1:00p - 2:00p - 2nd Pair Sunglass Sales
Bob Alexander
1 ABO, Tech 1

2:05p – 3:05p - Everyone Gets the Blues
Bob Alexander
1 ABO, Tech 1

3:10p - 4:10p - The 7th Hour- Opticianry Leading the Way
Blair Wong
1 ABO, Tech 1

May 23, 2021 07:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Bob Alexander, ABOM / NCLE-AC
Training Partner @Maui Jim
Bob is a graduate of Hocking College with an AAS in Opticianry. He is a Dual Licensed Dispensing Optician in OH, holds the certification of Advanced Certified Contact Lens Technician, Master in Ophthalmic Optics, technical level III speaker for both ABO and NCLE and is currently the Vice President of the Opticians Association of Ohio.
Judith Boyer Lew
Professional Development Director-Opticianry @Essilor of America
Judy Lew has spent over 40 years in the industry, starting as an opticianry graduate at Ferris University in Michigan. As the Professional Development Director at Essilor, her primary focus is to support the optician schools and associations throughout the United States. Judy is a Florida licensed optician/ABO certified, board member for the National Opticians Association (NAO) and a commissioner for the Commission on Opticianry Accreditation (COA). She currently resides in St. Petersburg, Fl with her husband Alan.
Mike Gzik
Presenting: "Eye Surgeries and their Impact on Visual Correction"