Closing the Equity Gap Through Education, Entrepreneurship and Employment

2016

GlobalMindED 2016

 

 

 

Collective Impact to Improve Access, Equity and Opportunity for All

 

 Tuesday, June 7th

                            Pre-Conference, Schools that Deliver, Sponsored by Corwin and Bill Martin

 

 

 

 

 Wednesday, June 8th

       9:00-­3:00     Pre-­Conference, NROC Member Meeting, invitation only

 

                           Pre-Conference, LifeBound Academic Coaching, registration required

 

 

       4:00             Booth Set-Up for Vendors

 

       5:00-9:00     Registration

 

 

       6:00              Welcome by Arnold Chacon, North High School Graduate, Director General of the US Foreign Service

 

 

      5:00-7:00    Welcome Reception and Networking Event

 

                           Music by Half Pint and the Growlers, Colorado Local Band

 

                           Sheraton Window Tower

 

  Thursday, June 9th

       7:00-8:30     Registration

 

       8:00-9:00      Idea Café

 

       9:00-9:45     General Session and Opening:

 

                        Carol Carter, Founder GlobalMindED

 

                        Brandon Busteed, Executive Director, Gallup

 

                        Sid Espinosa, Microsoft Foundation

 

                        Opportunity for Collective Impact: Education, Government, Business, Foundations Collaborating for Universal, Access,

                                                                                    Employment and Global Experiences

 

       10:00-10:50 Breakout Session I

 

      11:00-11:50 Breakout Session II

 

       12:00-1:00   Lunch Session: Triple Revolution: How Women, Millennials and the $60 Trillion Wealth Transfer Discussion Leader:

                                                      Amber Nystrom

 

       1:10-2:00     Breakout III

 

       2:15-3:05     Breakout IV

 

       3:15-4:30     Closing Session- Jaime Casap, Google, Patty Lopez, Intel, Cheryl Crazy Bull, NACF

 

                            Making Inroads to Diverse, Inclusive Cultures: Perspectives from Education, Business, Government

 

       4:30-6:30     Networking Reception for First Gen Students and Conference Participants- all welcome

 

      6:30              Ballroom, Navya Konda, Dance Sequence: Using Art and Dance to Overcome the Odds

 

       7:00-8:30     HE NAMED ME MALALA, Sponsored by Participant Media - General Ballroom

 

 

 Friday, June 10th

       8:00-9:00      Idea Café

 

       9:00-9:50     Dr. Yong Zhao, Educating Entrepreneurial and Creative Talents: Graduates Who Are World and Workforce Ready

 

       10:00-10:50 Breakout Session I

 

      11:00-11:50  Breakout Session II

 

       12:00-1:00    Lunch Session:  Jessica O. Matthews, STEM Entrepreneur Creates Global Products to Power Access, Health and

                                                          Opportunity

 

       1:10-2:00     Breakout Session III

 

                            Career Fair for Students

 

       2:15-3:15           Option A: Conference Next Steps w/ Bena Kallick and Savinay Chandrasekhar

 

                                  Option B: Paths to Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Camelback Fellows Tell-How

 

                                  Option C: Career Fair for Students

 

       3:15-4:30     Introduction of Students: Torian Richardson & Cheryl Crazy Bull

 

                                   Students Share Design Thinking Recommendations: Next Steps to Actualize Plans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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