View, browse, and sort the ever-growing list of sessions by pass type, track, and format. With this Schedule Builder, you can build your schedule in advance and access it during the show via export or with the mobile app, once live. For your schedule to sync properly with the mobile app, be sure to login to Schedule Builder with the same email address you used to register for Interop 2019.
Sessions do fill up and seating is first come, first serve, so arrive early to sessions that you would like to attend. Please note that adding a session into your agenda does NOT guarantee you a seat to the session.
Nathaniel D. Jones is the Young Adult Specialist and Program Coordinator with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Center for Youth, Family and Community Partnerships where he is responsible for developing and facilitating training on youth engagement to local and state officials underneath the North Carolina Juvenile Justice, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health Partnerships (JJSAMHP) grant contract and oversees the local Youth Advisory Council. On a mission to provide equity, he is dedicated to his passion of improving the lives of individuals through creating opportunities of education, community engagement, personal and professional development and relevant training to everyone he encounters. An Alum of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Nathaniel matriculated through the elementary education program within the College of Education, before electing to receive his Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies during his final semester of his graduating year as he desires to have a more global impact. Prior to graduation, Nathaniel participated in numerous campus activities and served as an executive officer in multiple organizations. These positions include parliamentarian of both Men on the Move and the Council of Presidents, Program Coordinator for SNCAE, Vice President of the Sam Mosley Model United Nations, Community Outreach Coordinator for the Impact Movement and Bethel Campus Fellowship, and lastly, President for Bethel Campus Fellowship and the Impact Movement and was the 2017 president elect for the Council of Presidents before rescinding his elected status in best interest of the student population he served due to anticipated commitments in his senior year. Currently, Nathaniel serves as the State President for Bethel Campus Fellowship of North Carolina where he oversees campus operations throughout the state and was recently appointed a position on the national board as the department head of the School of Word where he is responsible for the creation and development of curriculum and instruction, Mental Health First Aid® instruction, professional development, and oversight of the projected establishment of an accredited theological institution. As co-founder and Director of Business Development for Bridging the Gaps, Nathaniel is a master consultant, professional development expert, and skillful navigator of cross systems and integrated networks. His impressive background and vast array of experiences has been attributed to grant Nathaniel a depth of knowledge that has led others to identify him as a capable partner who is extremely well rounded, well-informed and well-equipped to navigate the shifting culture of multiple industries, a unique skill scarcely understood without knowledge of his rare INFJ Myers Briggs personality. Nathaniel has successfully engaged in behind the scenes work that has led companies and organizations to capitalize on new ventures through data driven approaches and evidence based, best practice methodology. He is a nationally certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor and is actively enrolled as a candidate for his Master of Science in Health Services Administration, as well as his Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Urban Planning and Economic Development.