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Elizabeth Stodolski

Senior consultant

Describe what you do at BrightCarbon

I make visual representations of information that would otherwise be far less exciting and engaging. I am also a proud member of BrightCarbon’s newly initiated USA team!

Kids

I’m enough to handle on my own.

Pets

A perfect yellow lab named Molly.

Drinks

Blue Moon & Whiskey.

Degrees

Bachelor in Communications from the University of Maryland.

3 words that describe me

Loves her dog.

Couldn't do my job without

BrightCarbon’s awesome design staff!

Hidden skill

Impersonating British accents.

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Recent articles by Elizabeth Stodolski

Jan 2018

As a founding member of the Presentation Guild, Sandra Johnson has trailblazed her way through the presentation industry. I recently had the opportunity to chat with her all about how she’s built a career from being a PowerPoint MVP, how she co-founded the Guild, and what she would like to see in the world of presentations.

Jan 2018

Power-user is a PowerPoint add on that provides lots of little features every regular PowerPoint user has had day dreams about.I’m going to take you through a few of the features that I’ve found most helpful, and some that will be more helpful to those who haven’t been able to devote as much time to getting well versed in PowerPoint. Let's begin!

Jan 2018

Many of us want to be up to date on what’s going on in the world, or at least appear to be up to date in what’s going on in the world when we go into work every morning. Every year one of my resolutions is “stay up to date on current events” or “read the newspaper more”. But much like a soap opera or a novel, if you don’t pick up from the beginning there are a lot of things that just don’t seem to make sense to you. Of course, these articles aren’t catered for the new comers...

Jan 2018

A major problem that people have when creating presentations is a lack of fluidity and cohesiveness between slides. Not only do smooth transitions make the deck more aesthetically appealing, but they also remove interruptions in the flow of information, which can give an audience an opportunity to tune out. Let's discuss some transition techniques from a basic to a more advanced skill level.