AACT Industry Connections Webinar

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  Discover a world of theatre background checks in this exclusive AACT Industry Connection event featuring Ben Hutto from Spot Screening. Join us for an informative session that will provide insights into the importance of background checks for theatres. Delve into what theatres typically search for during these checks and gain valuable knowledge about best practices. This session offers a theatre-focused introduction to Background Check 101, making it a must-attend for anyone interested in this critical aspect of the theatre industry.

AACT Industry Connections deliver live 30-minute online presentations from major theatre resource providers, showcasing their services and highlighting how they are supporting theatre makers during this difficult time. You’ll get the facts you need to make important decisions.
FREE for ALL. Register at aact.org/industry-connection
  Presenter: Ben Hutto, Spot Employment Screening

Ben Hutto is the President of Spot Screening. He has ten years of experience in the HR software industry. He received multiple awards as a leader at TSYS and ADP. As President of Spot Screening he has grown revenue by 100% and increased client retention to 99.2%. As a leader his focus is client experience and customer success. “We care more about our clients and are willing to do more, that is evident from the very beginning when you work with us.” Ben was a Theatre and English major at MTSU and has appeared in plays with Nashville Repertory Theatre and Nashville Shakespeare Festival. Ben lives in Nashville and spends his free time coaching his son’s sports.       Not an AACT Member? JOIN NOW   or contact the AACT office at info@aact.org, or 817-732-3177
MARK YOUR CALENDAR   01/26:  AACT Awards Nominations Due
02/01:  New Play Festival Producing Theatre Applications Due
02/01:  AACT Board Nominations Open
02/14:  AACT Industry Connection – Spot Screening with Ben Hutto
02/20:  AACT Roundtable – Recruiting, Retaining, and Recognizing Your Volunteers