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Ann Mc Donough
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Brian Veal
Catherine Creary
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Colin Janssen
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Fred Volking
Glen Scales
Goran Husman
Guy Thomas
Henrik Walther
Jason Sherry
Jayme Bowers
John Young
Joyce Tang
Justin Braun
Konstantin Zheludev
Kristina Waters
Kuang Zhang
Mahmoud Magdy
Martin Tuip
Michael Dong
Michele Deo
Mitch Tulloch
Nicolas Blank
Pavel Nagaev
Ragnar Harper
Ricardo Silva
Richard Wakeman
Russ Iuliano
Santhosh Hanumanthappa
Steve Bryant
Steve Craig
Todd Walker
Tracey J. Rosenblath

Catherine Creary

Hi!  My name is Catherine Creary and I'd like to welcome you to my "Trainer Tips" column.  This column will strive to give new and old (or should I say 'experienced') trainers some suggestions for spicing up their delivery of the MOC, and also provide new techniques for explaining Exchange Server concepts to co-workers and fellow employees.

I currently work as an independent trainer and consultant, specializing in providing technical training and writing for certification courses at the corporate level. I specialize in training both Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2000.  I currently possess a Bachelor of Education, MCT, MCSE and MCDBA certifications and have trained adults for the past 12 years, both at the novice and expert (Train the Trainer) level.

I look forward to sharing my experiences as a Trainer and with Exchange Server!


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