We are excited for all the workshop speakers who will be joining us this year. They bring experience from a variety of backgrounds and we hope you are eager to hear what they have to share with us in May. (Click on a speaker’s photo to view the workshops they are presenting at CHEACon 2020).
Kristi Clover, Emcee & Featured Speaker
Kristi Clover is a Christian homeschooling mom to five kids ranging from teens to tots and wife to her high school “crush.” Aside from her family, she’s passionate about encouraging women in their faith and inspiring them in their daily lives as moms, wives, and homeschoolers by offering “simple solutions for a more joy-filled life”…well, that and chocolate!
Kristi loves to share about her adventures in marriage, motherhood, and homeschooling at KristiClover.com — and on her podcast, the Simply Joyful Podcast! Kristi is also the creator of the Ultimate Homeschool Organization Course and Meal Planning Made Easy, and the author of Homeschool Basics: How to Get Started, Keep Motivated, and Bring Out the Best in Your Kids, co-authored with Tricia Goyer.
Greta Eskridge is a second-generation homeschooler. She loved her days as a student so much that she decided early on to teach her own kids at home. They love to fill their days with reading, making art, and being outside as much as possible.
Greta’s heart is to encourage her fellow mothers to be the best version of themselves as they dive deep into motherhood. Her first book is due out July of 2020.
Greta lives in sunny Southern California with her husband of 21 years and their 4 kids, aged 8-15.
She’d love to connect with you on her blog at www.gretaeskridge.com or on her Instagram feed. You’ll find her @maandpamodern.
Tyler Hogan is the president of Bright Ideas Press. He and his wife, Helen, are both homeschool graduates and now homeschool their five children.
Tyler is the author of North Star Geography and Demystifying Learning Styles, head cartographer of WonderMaps, and game designer of Civitas. He speaks and teaches about homeschooling, geography, the arts, worldview, entrepreneurship, and other topics.
He holds a BA in theatre ministries from Belhaven University.
Ashley Wiggers grew up in the early days of the homeschooling movement. She was taught by her late mother who was an educator, speaker, and author of numerous homeschooling materials. It was through her mom’s encouragement and love that Ashley learned the value of being homeschooled.
Currently, Ashley is the Editor-in-Chief of Homeschooling Today magazine, Public Relations Director for Geography Matters and the author of the Profiles from History series. Ashley makes her home in Somerset, Kentucky, with her loving husband and their two boys.