2023-2024 Annual Conference
November 1st-3rd, 2023
Kalahari Resort & Convention Center ● Wisconsin Dells, WI
On behalf of the Wisconsin School Counselor Association, welcome to the WSCA 59th Annual Conference!
Join us for our 2023-2024 Annual Conference, where we will be on Team WSCA! We know this will be another stellar conference with professional development, personal growth, and networking.
The Wisconsin School Counselor Association is proud to be a nationally recognized leader due to our fantastic conference and outstanding members.
November 2nd, 2023
A highly-regarded urban educator in New Jersey for over twenty years, Principal Baruti Kafele distinguished himself as a master teacher and a transformational school leader. One of the most sought-after school leadership and classroom equity presenters in America, Principal Kafele is impacting America’s schools! He has delivered over two thousand conference and program keynotes, professional development workshops, parenting seminars and student assemblies over his 36 years of public speaking. An expert in the area of “attitude transformation,” Principal Kafele is the leading authority for providing effective classroom and school leadership strategies toward closing what he coined, the "Attitude Gap.”Read More
Dr. Mylien Duong
November 3rd, 2023
Dr. Mylien Duong is the Senior Director of Research at the Constructive Dialogue Institute (CDI), a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to equipping the next generation of Americans with the mindset and skill set to engage in dialogue across differences. She has a deep passion for translating psychological research into effective education materials that can be used in everyday life. She’s developed programs to prevent student depression, substance abuse, and delinquency, and to foster student growth mindset, belonging, and emotion management. She also has worked extensively with the adults who provide care for youth, including teachers, case workers, and school mental health providers, to attend to their own well-being, develop awareness of their implicit biases, and build effective classroom communities.Read More