Atlanta ISD – “Mark is a highly effective trainer who uses humor and real world examples to help us understand the serious dangers we face in today’s world of identity theft, how it can affect our lives, and how we prevent it.” Read entire letter here.
Cherokee County Electric Cooperative – “Mark’s presentation was personal enough to keep everyone interested by discussing information about the internet, Facebook and cell phones. He had everything thinking and asking questions on a personal and business level by the end of his presentation.” Read entire letter here.
ETA Global Inc. – “Mark recently conducted an outstanding training for our company. With humor and factual knowledge, he easily held the attention of our employees while educating them regarding social networking, identity theft awareness and data breach prevention. The information he conveyed was not only pertinent in our electronic culture, but also opened the eyes of our employees to the importance of being proactive in this area.” Read entire letter here.
Lindale High School – “There has been an overwhelming “Positive” feedback from students, Teachers, Administrators, and Parents. Everyone learned a great deal about safeguards while social networking. You really made an impact in our school and community”. Read entire letter here.
Lindale Intermediate School – “Wow! You were great with our students during the “BeSafe in CyberSpace” assemblies. I appreciate your energy during the presentation and all the helpful information to help students understand the “threats” associated with the internet. Your analogies related perfectly to our students and I believe our students will make better choices as a result of what you shared.” Read entire letter here.
North Lamar ISD Employee Comments – “Eye opening & thought provoking. Lots of good tips”. “Students need this information!!” Any child old enough to use a computer should have this training.” Great workshop for everyone!”. Read entire comments here.
North Lamar ISD – You were great with our staff at the start of school and the impression you made on our students when you came back to meet with them and our community members has been amazing. Thanks to you I feel our staff, our students and our parents are so much better informed about how to protect their identity and be safe when using social networking.” Read entire letter here.
Orange Grove ISD – “We were very please with Mark’s presentation, his professionalism, and the relevance of the information. Mark also included social networking awareness training which is timely and relevant in our current culture. Using real-life examples, plenty of humor, and well researched facts, our instructional faculty and staff and our auxiliary support staff learned a great deal about current technology trends and practices as well as potential risks to our employees and students.” Read entire letter here.
Panola College – “We found the training to impact the way we think regarding identity theft and sensitive information. The result of the training has been a change in behavior in our employees. Also, we found the training to be very productive and a good use of our employees’ time. Mr. Seguin exhibited great communication skills which kept the full attention of the participants.” Read entire letter here.
Tyler Jr. College – “I am thoroughly pleased with Mark’s in depth knowledge of identity theft, and he is an engaging speaker.” Read entire letter here.
United Way of Tyler/Smith County – “With a unique style and humor and real-world examples, Mark conducted a logically ordered presentation regarding social networking, identity theft awareness and data breach prevention. He proved to be a valuable resource and we are asking him to return for second training.” Read entire letter here.