There are a few limited spots still available in the TENA track, however TN-APCO track is closed for this year.

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The 2021 TENA Educational Conference is seeking high-quality and unique presentations for a variety of attendees and interest.  Presentation sessions should be relevant and timely to:

  • 9-1-1 Emergency Comm. Center operations;

  • Leadership & Management of the Comm. Centers or Emergency Communications Districts;

  • Health & Wellness

  • Public Information & Education;

  • Database; GIS Mapping; and NG-911 and the operational impact of new technology in the Comm. Center and how technology and information sharing is evolving.


Presenter Guidelines and Submission Requirements

Presenters are responsible for all travel-related expenses, such as airfare, mileage, parking, hotel, meals, etc. unless otherwise agreed upon by the TENA Program Committee.


Sessions should be 60 mins.  or in increments of 60 mins; ie 90, 120 mins.  When planning your sessions, please allow for Q & A time.  Session submittals must include a program description and learning objectives. 


If the presenter will have a PowerPoint that they wish to include in the Conference app.  please email Maureen Culberson at  no later than August 02, 2021.


Submissions must include contact information and a brief biography (200 words or less) of the speaker and co-presenters (limit 2).


Industry Partners, remember ALL sessions/submissions must be educational and not product-specific or demos.


All submissions must be submitted electronically via the online process below.

If you have questions regarding whether the proposal was received and accepted, you should contact the 2020 TENA Program Committee.

     Justin Crowther at

     Maureen Culberson at

     David Alexander at