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Education Summit

Education Summit

When:
August 17, 2018 @ 7:30 am – 2:00 pm
2018-08-17T07:30:00-07:00
2018-08-17T14:00:00-07:00
Where:
NetApp, Sunnyvale 
1395 Crossman Ave
Sunnyvale
CA 94089
Contact:
Margaret Gray
(408)453-4751

 

Presented By
Host

 

Friday, August 17th, 2018          NetApp, Sunnyvale           7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 


EVENT DESCRIPTION

The annual Silicon Valley Education Summit breaks down silos between education, industry, and policy to improve education, diversify the STEM pipeline, and expand pathways into well-paying jobs. The premier education and industry conference in the Bay Area, Education Summit brings together 400 industry executives, education leaders, and elected officials for TED-style talks, expert panels and interactive workshops that provide attendees the tools to strengthen our education and workforce systems.

The 2018 Silicon Valley Education Summit will take place on August 17th at NetApp, in Sunnyvale.


AGENDA

7:30 am Breakfast &  Networking
8:10 am Morning Session

Overview and Welcome

Carl Guardino, President & CEO, Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Eric FusileroVP, Global Enablement and Education, NetApp University

Silicon Valley Competitiveness and Innovation Project Mid-year Status Report

Remy Goldsmith, Senior Community Leadership Officer, Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Brian Brennan, Senior Vice President, Investor Relations, Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Morning Keynotes  

Growing the Talent Pie: Lessons from Switzerland

Suzan LeVine,Commissioner of Washington State Employment Security Department; U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein (ret.)
Eric LeVine, CEO, CellarTracker

Increasing College Graduates to Strengthen California

Michele Siqueiros, President, Campaign for College Opportunity

Closing Comments

Dr. Mary Ann Dewan, County Superintendent, Santa Clara County Office of Education

9:45 am Session One

Best Practices for Building Industry-Education Partnerships

Suzan LeVine, Commissioner of Washington State Employment Security Department; U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein (ret.)
Eric LeVine, CEO, CellarTracker

Facilitators: Bradley Davis; Eric and Suzi LeVine; David Palter, Silicon Valley Leadership Group; Lauren Fernandez, SAP; William Watson, San José – Evergreen Community College District; Eileen Yang, Genentech; Bob Lim, San Jose State University: Mercedes Adams, NetApp University; Katia McClain, Steinberg Hart; Vinz Koller, Social Policy Research Associates

K-12 California Education Policy

Ivan Montes, Coordinator of English Learner Programs and Services, Alum Rock Union School District.
Ryan Smith, Executive Director, Education Trust West
Leilani Aguinaldo, Director, Governmental Relations, School Services of California
Ted Lempert, President, Children Now
Dr. Mary Ann Dewan, County Superintendent, Santa Clara County Office of Education

Nonprofits: Bridging Education and Industry

Shari Liss, CEO, Ignited
Gabe Hanzel-Sello, Program Manager, STEM Core, Growth Sector
Emily Schaffer, Executive Director, Year Up Bay Area @
Ron Gonzales, President & CEO, Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley
Debra Watkins, Executive Director, A Black Education Network
Anupama ShekharWest Region Lead, TEALS, Microsoft Philanthropies
Jonathan Noble, Government Affairs, Microsoft @TEALSK12org

Computer Science: Educating in the 21st Century

Sid Espinosa, Senior Director of Philanthropy and Civic Engagement, Microsoft
Julie Flapan, Executive Director, Alliance for California Computing Education for Students and Schools
Susan Bonilla, California State Director, Council for a Strong America
Robert Miyashiro, Vice President, School Services of California
Nancy Ureña Reid, Computer Science & Math Teacher, San Jose Unified School District – Lincoln High School

11:00 am Session Two (See Session List Above)

12:00 pm Lunch

12:35 pm Afternoon Session 

California Community Colleges & The Future of Work in California

Eloy Ortiz Oakley, Chancellor, California Community Colleges  @EloyOakley

The Imperative of Educational Equity

John B. King, Jr.,  President and CEO, Education Trust; Former U.S. Secretary of Education @JohnBKing
Kathy Tyra,VP, Workplace Resources and Real Estate, NetApp

1:45 pm Reading Partners Book Drive Prize Drawing

2:00 pm Adjourn

Bring a new book for grades K-4 for the Reading Partners Book Drive to enter into a drawing. Prizes include a Specialized Allez Sprint Coup bicycle and two tickets to anywhere Alaska Airlines flies. One entrance per person.

 



SPONSORS


NOTICE: PLEASE BE AWARE THAT BY ATTENDING THIS EVENT, YOU CONSENT TO YOUR VOICE, NAME, AND/OR LIKENESS BEING USED, WITHOUT COMPENSATION, IN ANY AND ALL MEDIA, WHETHER NOW KNOWN OR HEREAFTER DEVISED, IN PERPETUITY. YOU RELEASE THE SILICON VALLEY LEADERSHIP GROUP AND SILICON VALLEY LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION, ITS SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS AND LICENSEES FROM ANY POTENTIAL LIABILITY.

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Education Summit

Education Summit

When:
August 17, 2018 @ 7:30 am – 2:00 pm
2018-08-17T07:30:00-07:00
2018-08-17T14:00:00-07:00
Where:
NetApp, Sunnyvale 
1395 Crossman Ave
Sunnyvale
CA 94089
Contact:
Margaret Gray
(408)453-4751

 

Presented By
Host

 

Thursday, August 9th, 2019          NetApp, Sunnyvale           7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 


EVENT DESCRIPTION

The annual Silicon Valley Education Summit breaks down silos between education, industry, and policy to improve education, diversify the STEM pipeline, and expand pathways into well-paying jobs. The premier education and industry conference in the Bay Area, Education Summit brings together 400 industry executives, education leaders, and elected officials for TED-style talks, expert panels and interactive workshops that provide attendees the tools to strengthen our education and workforce systems.

The 2019 Silicon Valley Education Summit will take place on August 9th at NetApp, in Sunnyvale.


AGENDA

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TICKETS

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SPONSORS


NOTICE: PLEASE BE AWARE THAT BY ATTENDING THIS EVENT, YOU CONSENT TO YOUR VOICE, NAME, AND/OR LIKENESS BEING USED, WITHOUT COMPENSATION, IN ANY AND ALL MEDIA, WHETHER NOW KNOWN OR HEREAFTER DEVISED, IN PERPETUITY. YOU RELEASE THE SILICON VALLEY LEADERSHIP GROUP AND SILICON VALLEY LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION, ITS SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS AND LICENSEES FROM ANY POTENTIAL LIABILITY.

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