button-download-workshop-filesStrand: Building a Diverse Workforce
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Session VI: 9:45 – 11:00 AM


Imagine a world where every person is able to fulfill their potential through equal access to and equity in educational options that lead to the entire spectrum of career choices. This vision inspires NAPE’s mission: to build educators’ capacity to implement effective solutions for increasing student access, educational equity and workforce diversity.

Do you share our vision? Do you want to help us reach our mission? Do you want to network and collaborate with other professionals to imagine solutions that can change the world? If so, join us for a fun and completely interactive brainstorming session where we will together dream of the services, resources, and tools we all need to improve educational equity. The ideas generated just might be the next best service or resource to add to NAPE’s growing portfolio!


Don’t miss a unique opportunity participate in a selection of NAPE’s workshops at the Summit! On April 24, 2017, NAPE will provide two strands of preconference sessions, for a total of four workshops, including the option of a networking luncheon. Three of the sessions introduce new Turnkey Implementation Toolkits, so don’t miss the opportunity to preview NAPE’s brand new curriculum! Reserve your seat today. 

You might also be interested in the “How can we help? Overview of NAPE Services and Resources” session on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, Session III: 2:00 – 3:00 PM.


Meagan Pollock, PhDMeagan Pollock, PhD

Director of Professional Development
National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity

Biography: Dr. Meagan Pollock is the Director of Professional Development for the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity. In this role, Meagan leads a national team of equity professionals that build educators’ capacity to implement effective solutions for increasing student access, educational equity and workforce diversity.

Before turning her focus on the intersection of education and equity, Meagan worked as an engineer for Texas Instruments. Meagan was a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, and she holds a PhD in engineering education from Purdue University, a MS in electrical engineering from Texas Tech University, and a BS in computer science from Texas Woman’s University. As an engineer turned educator, Meagan is focused on engineering equity into education and the workforce.


All are welcome!  If you are interested in brainstorming ways to improve improve access, equity, and diversity, then we need you.

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