skip navigation

Experts lead Sitebuilder Workshop sessions

By Loren Nelson, 05/01/15, 5:00PM CDT


Sport Ngin's Ken McGinley, David Urbaniak and Josh Opiola lead sessions that attract variety of organizations 

Webmasters, site administrators and registrars representing a wide array of Minnesota-based organizations – including Brainerd youth hockey, New Prague football, Orono basketball and Champlin Park lacrosse – were among those in attendance for the Sitebuilder Workshop held Thursday, April 30 at Sport Ngin headquarters in Minneapolis.

The Sport Ngin Community event was hosted by Community Manager Loren Nelson and featured panelists Ken McGinley, Dave Urbaniak and Josh Opiola.

Watch videos from each of the three sessions

Sport Ngin's Ken McGinley

McGinley, Sport Ngin’s Director of Customer Success, showed how to archive pages, create news articles and use page elements such as tables and tabbed elements while leading the Preseason Website Tuneup session. McGinley, one of Sport Ngin’s first employees, also talked about the Sitebuilder platform’s new and upcoming design options.

Urbaniak, Sport Ngin’s resident registration expert, showed examples of the many ways registration can be used to sort and track information. He showed how some organizations use registration for non-monetary purposes.

Opiola, Sport Ngin’s National Risk Management Director, talked about the risk management programs available and explained their purpose and value to organizations. Opiola explained how Sport Ngin’s using Verify as a background screening solution fits into an overall risk management strategy.

About 20 people attended the event, part of a continuing series of free Sport Ngin Community training events. Up next is a How to Throw an Incredible Tournament session scheduled for May 28.


About Loren Nelson

Loren Nelson Headshot

Loren Nelson is Community Manager at SportsEngine. He is also the National Media Editor and has served in a variety of other customer facing and media roles since 2009.

Loren's Social Media Contacts