The team here at Brown & Brown is very proud to have been able to support STEMs’ first-ever virtual summit. on Wednesday, November 18 and Thursday, November 19, 2020. There were 280+ advocates, business leaders, elected officials, educators, and some amazing students gathered to discuss and workshop some of the most pressing issues in STEM career pathways and early learning. This year’s Summit covered a host of topics including:
o Opening remarks from Washington STEM CEO, Angela Jones; Washington STEM Board Chair, Liz Tinkham; and Kaiser Permanente Washington President, Susan Mullaney
o Striving Towards Equity in Education: A Conversation with State Policymakers
o Knowledge is Power (and Money): Closing Financial Aid Gaps in Washington
o Early Math During COVID-19: A Community Approach
o Connecting Priority Populations with STEM Pathways
o Centering Children and Families in South King County: Collaboration and Partnership
o Adapting in a Crisis: Effective Strategies from STEM Education Leaders and Students
For more information on the 2020 Virtual STEM Summit please Click Here.
“Washington STEM Summit 2020: Recap.” Washington STEM, 24 Nov. 2020, washingtonstem.org/washington-stem-summit-2020-recap/.