Upcoming presentations

Screen Shot 2014-04-03 at 1.15.57 PMI often speak at conferences — and this is where I’m keeping my calendar updated.

If you’d like to have me come to your company to train your creative team or speak on a creative topic such as copywriting, design or even color and response, please give me a call at 408.269.6871 or drop me an email at CWL (at) Worthington-Levy.com, and we can discuss how to best fill your needs.

And if you plan to attend the DMA in San Diego, email me and let’s have coffee and get to know each other! Cheers!

October 25-30, 2014   The DMA International Conference
San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA

See and hear Carol in these sessions:

The Devil’s in the Detail: Looking for an Advantage in Your Creative: Copy and design details that can doom your effort to failure, or catapult it to mind-blowing success.  I’m again presenting this session with the one and only Herschell Gordon Lewis. I think I’ve died and gone to heaven.  And apparently it was so popular, our audience gave us some of the highest marks in the conference last year. Be prepared for a lot of fun. Time and room to be posted here soon.


Creative Slamdown: How Great Creatives Successfully Sell Mundane, Inane or Boring Products! See and hear three case histories about brilliant creatives making the most of boring or inane products. This is our fifth year!  Speakers include writers par excellence Kathy Lemmon, Mark Orr and Otis Maxwell. And of course,  yours truly is once more moderating. At the end of the session, the attendees vote for the winner of the challenge!
Time and room to be posted here soon.


Certificate program: Creative Strategy – this is a repeat of a certificate program that’s been a huge hit for both local and international attendees of the DMA. Alan Rosenspan, Nancy Harhut and Carol Worthington-Levy share teaching duties and ‘war stories’ that make this session so popular.
Wed. and Thurs. October 29 and 30 (third session ends at 2:45 pm on Thursday). Time and room to be posted here soon.

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