And the Medallion Scavenger Hunt Winner is…

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CDR Scavenger Hunt Poster – 2021 TCOM Conference

During the 2021 TCOM Conference, Community Data Roundtable (CDR) and the Praed Foundation hosted a conference-wide virtual scavenger hunt for all of our attendees!

Over 100 eager attendees participated in the TCOM Conference Scavenger Hunt, where we used horse-themed medallions with TCOM keywords for participants to find throughout the virtual conference.

Attendees were able to locate medallions in our virtual sponsor booths, poster sessions, and in all of our keynotes, roundtables, short courses, and break-out sessions!

We learned that many of our conference participants are fierce competitors, and some even used collaboration in the TCOM Conference virtual café with their fellow attendees to seek out medallions.

This was the case for our TCOM Conference Scavenger Hunt winner, Dr. Arabellys Hidalgo, Psy.D! Big congratulations!

Dr. Hidalgo, who is a bilingual supervisor for a children’s CMA and CANS Certified Coach for the CANS-NY Technical Assistance Institute-Downstate Region (CCF), used her due diligence, collaboration, and knowledge of TCOM to ultimately score the most points and win fabulous prizes provided by Community Data Roundtable (CDR) and the Praed Foundation.

At the end of the conference, Community Data Roundtable sent Dr. Hidalgo a horse-themed gift bag with a Starbucks gift card, fancy-coffee scented soap, and a signed copy of John Lyons’  Communimetrics.

We thank all who participated and soaked up some TCOM knowledge in the Scavenger Hunt and the TCOM Conference. We look forward to seeing everyone next year in New Orleans for the 2022 TCOM Conference.

Community Data Roundtable‘s Dan Warner put together a video highlighting Dr. Hidalgo receiving her prize, which features CDR and Dr. John Lyons awarding this year’s winner via Zoom.

To see the video that Community Data Roundtable put together, please click the link below:

Highlights of the 2021 TCOM Conference Scavenger Hunt winner, Dr. Arabellys Hidalgo, receiving her prize.

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