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September 26th

Austin, Texas | Central Library

We are appreciative of your contributions to the STEM disciplines, and we hope that you will be able to attend the conference this year! Join us September 2019 in Austin, Texas for our seventh annual Executive STEM Summit. This summit, hosted by Macmillan Learning and Scientific American, brings together leaders in policy, business, education and research to work on the most critical issues facing education today.

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Speakers

Janet Auer

Education & Corporate Programs, Chevron


Tricia Berry

Director, Texas Girls Collaborative Project, The University of Texas at Austin


Caitlyn Brazill

Executive Vice President, Development, Per Scholas


Brandon Busteed

President, Kaplan University Partners


Scott Carlson

Sr. Writer, The Chronicle of Higher Education


Komal Dadlani

CEO & Co-Founder, Lab4U


Dr. Allen Delong

Senior Associate Dean for Purposeful Work and Career Development


Matthew Dawson

Engineering Education Program Manager, Google


Jennifer Fernandez

The University of Washington


Casey Fiesler

Assistant Professor, The University of Colorado at Boulder


Dr. Danette Howard

SVP and Chief Strategy Officer, Lumina Foundation


Leroy E. Hood

SVP and Chief Science Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health; Chief Strategy Officer, Co-founder and Professor, ISB


Sarah Kessler

Author & Senior Editor, OneZero


Anna Kuchment

Science Writer, Scientific American


Dr. Robert Lue

Director of the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard University


Kenneth Shinozuka

Former Google Science Fair Winner & Current Harvard College Student


Dr. David Soo

Chief of Staff, Jobs for the Future


Jennifer Stredler

VP of Workforce Development, Salesforce Foundation


Susanne Thompson

SVP, Corporate Education Partnerships, Discovery Education


Dr. Michelle Zimmerman

Principal, Renton Prep and Certified Microsoft Educator


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Hosted by

Susan Winslow

General Manager, Macmillan Learning

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One of the distinguishing characteristics of this annual event is the very porous boundary separating the speakers and attendees. Specifically, the invited audience is comprised of high level stakeholders in the education and STEM arenas – including esteemed policy advisors, business leaders, education strategists and leading academics. An online portal and other communications efforts encourage continued dialogue among attendees during the course of the year and leading to the next event.

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