When:  Mar 28, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (ET)
Where:   Christa McAuliffe Branch, Framingham Public Library, 746 Water Street, Framingham, MA, 01701, US

When & Where

Christa McAuliffe Branch, Framingham Public Library
746 Water Street
Framingham, MA 01701

Mar 28, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (ET)


Email local@cxpa.org if you wish to be placed on a waitlist and you'll be notified if seat is made available for you***


Wednesday, March 28, 2018
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Christa McAuliffe Branch, Framingham Public Library
746 Water Street

Framingham, MA 01701
Parking is conveniently located on the library property (A) but in addition, there are two very convenient overflow parking lots, one of which is directly across Water Street at the Hemenway School (B) or directly west of the library parking lot at the mostly empty shopping plaza (C).



Come join CXPA co-founder Bruce Temkin, CCXP and other customer experience professionals for a lively discussion about how we can collectively bolster humanity. During this highly interactive session, Bruce will share some of his thinking and lead a discussion around how we can improve humanity as individuals, as CX professionals, and as a collective CX community. This session will be appropriate for people with all levels of CX knowledge, from novices to experts. 

SEATS ARE LIMITED in this special workshop.  To guarantee that you are one of the 50 CX professionals to secure a seat, we encourage you to REGISTER NOW!  If we receive more than 50 registrations, those will be placed on a waiting list.  As always, these events are free of charge to both CXPA members and non-members.  Light snacks and soft drinks will be available.  


NOTE: To ensure that this workshop is available to every CX professional interested and available, if you register and later discover that you are unable to attend for whatever reason, we ask that you kindly notify CXPA by email at local@cxpa.org in advance of the workshop so that we can allow another registrant to have your seat.


registration type
    All Registrants