GWP Administrative Network Learning Session: Office 365, Mail Merges and IT Issues

GWP Members Only Program
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
12:00pm to 2:00pm EST
Koppers Building Lower Level Conference Center, E.P. Mellon Room
436 Seventh Ave
Pittsburgh PA 15219
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Join us for the last Administrative Learning Network session in 2019 during which we will learn from Gina McGrath, Senior Program and IT Director at the YWCA Westmoreland County. We will discuss tips for Office 365 that can help boost productivity and improve workflow; including learning about OneDrive and how can it work for your office. 

Gina will also share best practices in creating various types of mail merges in Word while helping us to understand what is going on in the background to be able to troubleshoot when issues arise. Finally, we’ll discuss how to interact with your IT department when you contact them, including what to document and how to troubleshoot.

This will be a brown-bag meeting, so please feel free to bring a lunch. GWP will provide drinks and snacks. Please let us know if you have any specific questions or issues you would like the workshop facilitator to address by sending an email to Paula.

Trainer:  Gina McGrath is the Sr Program Director & IT Director at the YWCA Westmoreland County. In addition to being the network administrator for the organization’s two sites, Gina also manages the YWCA Technology Center creating the curriculum and class schedules and regularly teaches technology classes to adult learners, she manages the afterschool YWCA TechGYRLS robotics program and develops and implements all adult education and wellness programs. Gina holds an associate degree in computer science from Westmoreland County Community College and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management/Information Technology from Seton Hill University.

Program Timeline:

12:00-1:30pm    Program

1:30-2:00pm      Questions and Informal Networking

GWP’s Administrative Learning Network provides members’ administrative staff with professional development opportunities; information on trends and available tools relevant to their work; and an opportunity to learn from, and network with, one another. This network is open to any staff of GWP member organizations regardless of title or role in your organization.