A Digital Communication Training Model

July 21, 2017By Ed CabellonDigital Technology

As you begin to plan for your late summer and early fall training workshops that involve some digital communication education, I wanted to share some information regarding a common thread through most of my association and campus visits over the past year: training inconsistencies. Of course, folks want some salient ideas that they can share on … Read More

Painfully Amazing: 3 Lessons From the Boston Marathon

April 25, 2017By Ed CabellonFitness, Leadership

A week ago, I ran and finished the Boston Marathon as part of Tenacity’s 15-person charity running team. If you follow any of my social media feeds, you undoubtedly knew that I spent the last four months training for this event while raising money for an outstanding organization. Over the past week, I shared my experiences with … Read More


November 11, 2016By Ed CabellonDigital Leadership

Like many of you, I have had a lot on my mind (and heart) over the past few days. I have read a lot of reactions online and decided to share my own thoughts by using the word disconnect as my current frame of reference. disconnect: (noun), a lack of understanding or agreement When you have the privilege … Read More

Run The Mile You’re In

October 28, 2016By Ed CabellonDigital Leadership

This past week, at our Division’s Leadership Team meeting, we had a guest speaker, Róisín (Ro) McGettigan, who shared her amazing story and helped us focus on goal setting, both personally and professionally. Ro is an elite professional runner and cofounder of Believe I Am. At the end of the session, she gave me some advice on … Read More

Technology Implementation Model for Student Affairs

March 1, 2016By Ed CabellonDigital Scholarship

As the ACPA and NASPA conferences quickly approach, I am excited to share the findings and recommendations from my doctoral research. One of the main recommendations from my doctoral dissertation was the creation of a technology implementation model for student affairs divisions throughout higher education. The graphic below represents this technology implementation model, illustrating how student … Read More