Lily Partridge is a recent graduate of the University of Oregon, where she received a BA of Fine Arts. After graduation, she moved on to her next adventure – voice acting. Lily’s voice can be heard in numerous YouTube videos, including those in her own channel, “MamaMemo.” You can also expect to hear her read your favorite books in the near future.
Dr. Partridge is an eLearning Evangelist for Adobe Systems. He has written several plays for children and performed in theater for children for nearly a decade. He has served on the Doctoral faculty of The University of Georgia & Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and taught education and the arts in Universities for more than 20 years. He has spoken to groups around the world about education and eLearning. He has an extensive background in higher education and simulations, and has written several articles and books about eLearning, immersive learning, games, 3D animation & simulation.
I would choose to be a Japanese Akita, largely because of the legendary vigil of Hachikō, a Japanese Akita famous for his long vigil awaiting the return of his owner at a train station, every day for nine years. They are beautiful, strong, and very loyal dogs.
If I were to be a dog, I would be an English Pointer. I enjoy jumping from one thing to another as staying stagnant leaves me bored very quickly. I love when things change, I can never be in one place for too long. I also believe that they are very friendly and observant, which I resonate with. Being adaptable is one of my strongest virtues. I admire English pointers for their boundless energy, which I hope I can feed off of to help me achieve my goals. If there’s one thing we both have in common, it’d be that both the English Pointer and I, are both here to have a great time!
I’m Travis Dixon, age 19 (20 in September). I live in Kingston Springs, Tennessee and attend college at Tennessee Tech where I study Psychology. I hope to be a personal counselor one day, then travel the world seeing as much as I can. I am currently not married, but have a girlfriend of four years.
If I could be any dog, I’d like to be an Australian Shepard. They are loyal, kind and affectionate dogs who are always full of energy and ready to play. You couldn’t find a better friend.