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Conference Experience Committee (CX-Comm)

About the CX-Comm 

Earlier this year, wwere planning on taking our flagship event in a new, unfamiliar direction. In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, we are throwing out all the rules and starting afresh to co-design a new learning experience with our members. This has become the 2020 SEEP Annual Conference - Disruptive Collaboration: navigating a radically uncertain world.

We’ll be honest with you: this process has been messy, at times slow and other times too fast, but never without purpose and excitement, all with the aim of curating less and instead creating the space and spark for real-world conversation and learning.  

The CX-Comm was formed to challenge orthodoxy and persist with our bold objectives, as we sketch and bring to life a new kind of conference experience - reaching into geographies and across time zones, opening to a mosaic of learning formats, and welcoming more diverse voices than ever before.  

Who is the CX-Comm

Members of the CX-Comm are curious about...

  • pairing technical knowledge and ground-tested know-how for a meaningful learning agenda 
  • delivering a learner-centered experience 
  • discovering your own appetite for uncertainty and experimentation  
  • building team cohesion in process and outcomes 


The CX-Comm was split into sub-committees where member are pooling their diverse experiences and expertise to work collectively towards:

  • clarifying areas of inquiry and desired outcomes for each of the four technical streams
  • drafting a joint call for Learning Space concepts 
  • participating in the selection process and coaching Learning Space hosts
  • exploring ways to experience learning content and networking at all levels of the event

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