As our nation looks to support an evolving technical workforce and labor market rooted in automation and technical innovation, approaches to supporting talent development must also evolve. This panel will feature experts from the public and private sectors discussing what the future of innovative STEM learning and the requisite infrastructure look like. They will post opportunities and gaps in meeting this challenge, and the role of public and private approaches to ensure the path forward is anchored in equity.
Moderator: Stephanie Rodriguez, VP Policy & Engagement, AnitaB.org
Kamau Bobb, Director of the Constellations Center for Equity in Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology
Ruthe Farmer, Chief Evangelist CSforALL
Della Cronin, Principal, Bose Public Affairs Group
Peter Callstrom, President & CEO, San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP)