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“Dive into new features!”
Exciting news: we upgraded our software platform to version 4.6.6 on March 5! We’ve added some exciting new features, including a Presenter Mode for events, expanded Machine Moderation, improved Summary Reports and more! If you’d like to learn more, join this virtual event to get a rundown of all the new features.
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Steve is a research and communications professional with experience engaging audiences, both large and small, in conversations and coordinated action. He specializes in turning raw data into understandable and informative results. Steve has worked on major research and community engagement projects with stakeholders in the public, private and non-profit sectors and has worked with both community members and decision-makers to turn passionate participation into meaningful outcomes. When he’s not promoting community engagement, Steve can usually be found running through the woods with his wife and dog or attached to a rope and half-frozen on the side of a mountain somewhere.
Shonagh describes herself as continually curious about people. This curiosity led her to a Master’s in Organizational Psychology where she learned a whole lot about how humans interact in groups and how to support them. Shonagh has also spent a lot of time in her community supporting at-risk populations. This work further honed her ability to connect with a broad range of personalities. When she’s not working with Thoughtexchange, Shonagh is most often found out in the garden with her hands in the soil.