Speaker

Theresa Lubelski

Theresa Lubelski

Microsoft 365 Collaboration Technology Manager

Une administratrice américaine de SharePoint qui parle français

Fort Worth, Texas, United States

At First Horizon Bank, Theresa Lubelski manages Microsoft 365 collaboration technology, focusing on SharePoint and the Power Platform. Her diverse background includes 20+ years of experience in public relations, technical support, corporate training, and IT leadership. She enjoys traveling, especially when it involves giving back to the Microsoft 365 community, as well as spoiling her dog and growing her collection of Buc-ee's t-shirts.

Theresa Lubelski est une administratrice de SharePoint et Microsoft 365 avec une passion pour le succès. Elle a des diplômes en relations publiques et en enseignement et apprentissage avec la technologie, ainsi que plus de 20 ans d’expérience dans les technologies de l’information. Theresa habitait en Louisiane où elle a étudié français pour sept ans (au lycée et à l’université). Elle a commencé étudier encore le français il y cinq ans. Maintenant Theresa habite en Texas avec sa chienne appelé Shay.

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology

Topics

  • SharePoint
  • SharePoint Online
  • Office 365
  • Power BI
  • Power Apps
  • Power Automate
  • OneDrive
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Digital Collaboration
  • Modern Workplace
  • Microsoft 365

Finding the Unknown with Power BI

Do you remember solving for x in math class and wondering when you’ll ever use this? Today the modern workplace is full of mandated training and required reading. While it’s easy to report who has completed the requirements, how do you find the unknown…those who haven’t? In this session, we will explore how Power BI can analyze data to find the unknown, reduce human error, and provide fresh results when you need them. We will also see how multiple data sources, such as SharePoint lists, Excel files, and SQL tables, can be combined in Power BI to identify the unknown.

Power BI: Business Intelligence For Everyone

Power BI is the premier business intelligence tool within the Microsoft suite of applications. Whether you are a team member, a manager, or the CEO, with Power BI you can import data from multiple sources, build simple or complex data models, and design eye-popping visualizations. In this session, we’ll demonstrate how to use the Power BI desktop application, publish to the Power BI service, and integrate Power BI with SharePoint using the modern web part.

Create Your First Communication Site

Communication is key. Communication leads to collaboration. Communication Sites in Office 365 are new, easily designed and tailored SharePoint sites, but how do you build one? In this interactive session, we will build a Communication Site together. We’ll explore layouts, pages, and web parts. We’ll add documents, photos, news articles, and events. We’ll share with everyone, or just a few. Most importantly, you’ll be inspired to communicate through your own Communication Site.

Finding the Unknown with Power BI

Do you remember solving for x in math class and wondering when you’ll ever use this? Today the modern workplace is full of mandated training and required reading. While it’s easy to report who has completed the requirements, how do you find the unknown…those who haven’t? In this session, we will explore how Power BI can analyze data to find the unknown, reduce human error, and provide fresh results when you need them. We will also see how multiple data sources, such as SharePoint lists, Excel files, and SQL tables, can be combined in Power BI to identify the unknown.

The Evolution of Content Management to Content Services

Content management in SharePoint originated as a way to organize, find, and store files. In recent years, the addition of new capabilities to modern SharePoint sites, as well as the introduction of OneDrive and its set of features, provoked the evolution of content management into content services. In this session, we will provide a brief overview of classic content management before diving into the newer range of content services. We’ll examine time saving techniques, security and storage features, and improvements made to the search experience.

The Interconnected Architecture of SharePoint, OneDrive, and Teams

SharePoint has been an important collaboration platform for nearly 20 years. How is it connected to—and the driving force for—Teams and OneDrive? In this session, we will explore the components that SharePoint, Teams, and OneDrive share, as well as the unique features that each platform offers. By understanding the interconnections, you will be able to plan the best collaboration architecture for your organization.

Achieving A Consistent User Experience with Branding and Navigation in SharePoint Modern Sites

A consistent user experience in SharePoint modern sites is key to user adoption. In this session, we will review site designs and site templates as options for branding. Additionally, we will examine navigation options in megamenus and hub sites.

Are You Ready for the Modern SharePoint Experience?

Are you ready for the Modern SharePoint experience? In this session, you will discover what Modern SharePoint is. Learn how to build Communication and Team sites, as well what their differences are. Explore modern document libraries, lists, and web parts. Customize SharePoint list forms with PowerApps. Add an interactive Power BI to a modern SharePoint site. Live demos included!

The Latest SharePoint Features: What They Are and Why They Matter

Keeping Modern SharePoint fresh and current involves feature additions, updates, and enhancements. In this interactive session, we will examine the value, benefits, and impact of recently released features for Modern SharePoint Online sites. Concurrently, we will discuss best practices for testing, implementing, and adopting new features. The session will conclude with demonstrations based on customer applications.

Out-of-the-Box Branding and Navigation in Modern SharePoint

Modern SharePoint sites offer out-of-box options for branding, a consistent look and feel, and enhanced navigation. In this session, we will first review site designs and site templates as options for branding. Then we will explore how headers and footers can add to the consistent look and feel of SharePoint sites everywhere. Finally, we will examine the enhanced navigation options that megamenus.

Mix It Up with Modern SharePoint Sites

Whether you're responsible for your organization's intranet or your department's SharePoint site, you will want to attend this session on the features of modern SharePoint sites. You will learn how to build Communication and Team sites, as well as what their differences are. We'll also examine modern document libraries, lists, web parts; and see how to customize SharePoint list forms with PowerApps. We'll wrap up with a demo using a SharePoint list as a data source for Power BI and then adding the interactive Power BI into a SharePoint site.

Mix It Up with Modern SharePoint Sites

Whether you're responsible for your organization's intranet or your department's SharePoint site, you will want to attend this session on the features of modern SharePoint sites. We'll dive into design choices, web part options, and integration of the Power Platform, including PowerApps and Power BI.

Theresa Lubelski

Microsoft 365 Collaboration Technology Manager

Fort Worth, Texas, United States

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