SF Bay Agile Meetup Speaker Submission
Looking to speak on a favorite Agile topic?

We are opening new speaking slots for the Silicon Valley Agile Leadership and Tri-Valley Agile Leadership meetups located in the SF Bay Area for 2019! We are one of the largest Meetup Agile networks in North America.

Our monthly Agile Meetups bring together the Agile community with evenings filled with Leadership in Agile and Lean practices.

Learn more about our meetups here:

-- Silicon Valley: https://www.meetup.com/Silicon-Valley-Agile-Leadership-Network
-- Tri-Valley: https://www.meetup.com/Tri-Valley-East-Bay-Agile-Leadership-Network/

Questions can be emailed to meetup@agilecamp.org.
Email address *
Presentor Name(s) *
First and Last Name of the person(s) presenting.
Presenter(s) Job Title *
Presenter(s) Company
Contact Phone Number *
Presenter Biography (200 words or less) *
SUBMISSION LOCATIONS & TIMELINES
Our locations are in:

SILICON VALLEY:
We usually meet in Santa Clara, San Jose, Mountain View, or Palo Alto. Our meetings are generally on the 2nd Tuesday of every month.

TRI-VALLEY:
We usually meet in Pleasanton, Dublin, or San Ramon. Our meetings are generally on the 4th Tuesday of every month.
SESSION GUIDELINES
Sessions will be approximately 60-90 minutes. We recommend that speakers share "real life" experiences, techniques, or other areas of specific knowledge in practicing Agility of all levels. Presentation materials are welcome as so are hands-on exercises or activities. Speaker "panels" are not ideal for this type of event.

Presenters are not to sell or "pitch" a product or a service.

RENUMERATION
Our Agile meetup is self-funded and not-for-profit. We are not in a position to pay speakers for their talk.
At which EVENT would you like to speak (pick one or both): *
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TALK DETAILS
Session Title *
The name of the proposed workshop session; preferably something related to Agility. In many cases, this is the "hook" that will attract attendees to the session.
Summary (The Elevator Pitch) *
A very brief (100 words or less) summary of the session topic. Think "elevator pitch". What will intrigue someone enough for them to say "I CANNOT miss this session!!"
Session Description *
Describe the key points of your session in terms of content by providing more details; what will you be covering? What are the principles? What does the session outline look like? Are there exercises? What is the timing for each section?
Learning Objectives *
What are the outcomes and specific take-aways that the attendees will get from your session? What will they be able to do or how will this make their world of work better?
Presentation History/ Speaking Experience *
Have you presented on this topic before? If you have, provide descriptions of when and where you have presented on this topic or provide direct links to other references of previous work. Reviewers will take into consideration the presenter's experience in making selection. Reviewers will select both first time and experienced speakers but will weight prior presentation history to assure all tracks have a balance of proven and new content speakers. Any references to your speaking ability.
Please include a url of a video of talk that you've done if you have one.
Target Audience *
Primary level of audience understanding and comprehension that your session is intended for.
If you have a "hands-on" or activity component to the session, can you describe it?
Although not mandatory, having a hands-on activity or means to have people engage with one another is highly recommended.
By selecting this mark, I acknowledge that if my session is selected, I will not be compensated. I also acknowledge that if my session is selected, I will not be reimbursed for any expenses including travel and cost to produce my session. *
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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