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Saturday, February 24
 

9:45am

Cybersecurity and Privacy for Educators
Cybersecurity, privacy and compliance are important topics that affect us all. However, explaining these complex and fast moving topics can often be challenging.  Join one of Microsoft's top cybersecurity experts in conversation with the student leader of VVMS' JagTech team to learn how to engagingly talk about these fields to your students and colleagues, understand career opportunities in the industry, and use common sense techniques to protect yourself in a connected world.

Resources: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AuzU9_ws5pSMkwe_pRVDmgXbr6KL

Speakers
avatar for Rupert Scammell

Rupert Scammell

Enterprise Security Executive, Microsoft
Rupert is responsible for security strategy and executive relationships for a group of Microsoft’s global financial services customers in the banking, brokerage, insurance and technology sectors. He has had a twenty year career in cybersecurity, and is a subject matter expert in... Read More →



Saturday February 24, 2018 9:45am - 11:00am
C1

9:45am

How to Become a Certified Google Trainer and Innovator
Wondering how to (or why you should) become a Google Certified Trainer and/or Innovator?  Join me as I share all the tips and tricks of the application process (including a guide for the Trainer exam and advice for the Innovator project) as well as what to expect once accepted, and a sneak peek into the resources and supports within each program.   Is the process worth it?  ABSOLUTELY!  These two programs have significantly enhanced my career and I highly encourage everyone to apply!

Resources: www.EdTechChristina.com

Speakers
avatar for Christina Whitmire

Christina Whitmire

District Ed Tech ToSA, Oakley Union Elementary School District
Teaching is my passion and I continue to learn everyday! I have almost 25 years of experience teaching almost every grade level, in both traditional and charter, online school settings. Currently, I’m the Ed Tech ToSA in the Oakley Union Elementary School District. I look forward... Read More →


Saturday February 24, 2018 9:45am - 11:00am
C2

9:45am

Integrated STEAM Education with Cubit (Vendor)
During this session, participants will complete a hands-on, STEAM oriented lesson using Cubit. They will experience first-hand how multiple contents can be integrated to allow students to utilize true design thinking in the classroom. All while supporting the required standards in authentic learning situations. Participants will leave with an understanding of ways design thinking can be scaffolded and how encouraging creative thinking can benefit the entire classroom.
*** It would be helpful if participants download Cubit Workshop: https://cubit.cc/workshop/downloads/ Software is NOT compatible with iPads.***

Resources: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1tdxMHsyrfmbZeDg8-Zeg73iuw6fePPnV?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Shana Krallman

Shana Krallman

Curriculum Writer, Cubit
Shana is a Curriculum Writer for Cubit focused on developing engaging integrated STEAM lessons with student and teacher support resources. The goal is to make coding, programming, and robotics a comfortable experience for all levels of technological comfort.


Saturday February 24, 2018 9:45am - 11:00am
E2

9:45am

Intro to 3D Modeling and Printing in the Classroom
Want to kick-start a successful 3D design element in your classes? In this session, you will gain a basic understanding of 3D design tools (using Tinkercad) and how they can be applied across the curriculum. Access to a 3D printer is not a requirement to include 3D design in your classroom. Learn how and why to incorporate these skills. This is a beginners session. No previous 3D design experience required. Presenter Resources

Speakers
avatar for Julie Janzen

Julie Janzen

District Integrated Technology Specialist, LVJUSD
I am a technology coach (ToSA) in Livermore and a former Middle School Teacher. I support grades 6-12 as the Integrated Technology Specialist as well as coordinate a fantastic team of Elementary Tech ToSAs. My areas of interest include robotics, 3D printing, raspberry pis, anything... Read More →


Saturday February 24, 2018 9:45am - 11:00am
E5

9:45am

LEGO Mindstorms NXT/EV3 for Sensory Based Computing
Expand your robotics and computing experience by learning how to control LEGO Mindstorms NXT/EV3 robots with the freely available C-STEM software and curriculum. Combining Ch Mindstorms Controller and coding opens a world of possibilities for robot control, sensory based computing, and creativity with multiple NXT/EV3 robots. Explore the recently released textbook “Learning Robot Programming with LEGO Mindstorms for the Absolute Beginner”, and gain ideas for incorporating the robots into the classroom. LEGO Mindstorms robots can be integrated into Math, Computer Science, Engineering, and Robotics courses, including afterschool programs and summer camps.
*** Attendees bring their own LEGO Mindstorms NXT/EV3 robots. Please make sure that the latest firmware is installed. Attendees bring their own laptop (Windows XP or Mac OS 10.7.5) and pre-install C-STEM software from http://cstem.ucdavis.edu/downloads/ You must have administrative privileges on the laptop to install software.*)**

Speakers
GB

Graham Bough

UC Davis C-STEM Center
KC

Kylie Cooper

UC Davis C-STEM Center
DW

Daniel Wang

UC Davis C-STEM Center


Saturday February 24, 2018 9:45am - 11:00am
Library

9:45am

Making an Impact Using Video Creation
Students can learn so much by creating videos to teach one another about different topics and tools. School staff can also share their school stories in a way that will grab their audience using videos as well. This session will share different resources to make videos and ideas about topics for videos.

Resource: http://bit.ly/makingimpact

Speakers
avatar for Shayna Peeff

Shayna Peeff

Principal, Happy Valley Elementary


Saturday February 24, 2018 9:45am - 11:00am
C3

9:45am

Put the Fun Back in your Lesson by Coding with Scratch
Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century. It helps teachers to extend their lesson with a fun activity that kids worldwide are starting to love. This is a beginning session for the those with little to no experience with Scratch.

Speakers
avatar for Gary Hensley

Gary Hensley

Teacher, Valley View Middle School
I thoroughly enjoy teaching alongside Shauna Hawes here at Valley View. Of all my lessons presented, my computer students enjoy coding with Scratch the most. Originally, I thought HyperStudio was the best program ever. But I have found that I am going back to my roots of computer... Read More →
avatar for Gary Hensley

Gary Hensley

Valley View Middle--Mt Diablo Unified
I thoroughly enjoy teaching alongside Shauna Hawes here at Valley View. Of all my lessons presented, my computer students enjoy coding with Scratch the most. Originally, I thought HyperStudio was the best program ever. But I have found that I am going back to my roots of computer... Read More →



Saturday February 24, 2018 9:45am - 11:00am
E1

9:45am

CPHS Falcon X FIRST Robotics Team
You will find the College Park FIRST Robotics team, called FalconX.  Have the students show off their newly finished robot and answer questions about the game, building process, and other components of being a FIRST team!

Saturday February 24, 2018 9:45am - 3:00pm
S1

9:45am

STEM Playground --- MDUSD Lending Library
Visit our STEM Lending Library playground, meet other teachers, and play.  We will show off some Raspberry Pi projects, which little computers with big possibilities. The Valley View Jag Tech Team students will help you figure out different ways to utilize tools from the Lending Library in your own MDUSD classroom. They will also will be showing off the laser cutter and some of the fun things we've done with it.  If you have a picture accessible online, you can try engraving a tile or a name tag.

Saturday February 24, 2018 9:45am - 3:00pm
S2

11:15am

2 See 2 Saw and 2 Do!
I will introduce and show teachers how to use the application Seesaw (including new additions from Seesaw). Teachers will then have some time to do some playing in Seesaw.  For the last 30-45 minutes, I will walk everyone through creating an account and sharing exercises their students can do when they return to their class on Monday.

Speakers
avatar for Sissie Lola

Sissie Lola

1st Grade Teacher, Niles Elementary School, Fremont Unified
Since I was in grade school, I had always wanted to be a teacher. Years later and after much personal heartache and change, I got on track at Cal State, Hayward, CA and declared my undergrad major in Liberal Studies (education sector) in 1993. Four years later with a B.A., an M.A... Read More →


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
C8

11:15am

Basics of XCode Swift with Students: Teaching kids to build Apps
No coding experience necessary in order to attend this workshop. Interested in empowering your students with programming apps? XCode Swift is a great tool to teach students about the design process and help build confidence and curiosity in coding. I’ll share the video tutorials I use with my students along with how and why coding helps support the empowered learner! Attendees will walk away creating 3 simple apps. *Attendees can have XCode 9 installed on their laptop if they choose participate in the hands-on coding portion of this workshop OR  those curious can just come and listen. Yes, Everyone Can Code! 
***  Xcode 9 : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/xcode/id497799835?mt=12

Speakers
avatar for Jen Gaspar-Santos

Jen Gaspar-Santos

Dir. Ed Tech & Innovation, SI College Prep SF
Jen is passionate about education first and technology second. She has over twelve years of Ed Tech experience working in independent schools. Prior to joining as dir of ed tech & innovation at St. Ignatius College Prep, she was dir of academic tech at Castilleja School and also... Read More →


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
B7

11:15am

Bringing a Customizable 6-12th Grade Coding Platform to Your School (Vendor)
Learn how to leverage the CodeHS platform to teach a high-quality computer science course at your school. Our workshop will cover a variety of topics to help set up your computer science class. Topics will include an overview of our full 6th-12th grade pathway, teacher tools & resources, professional development opportunities, and CodeHS best practices. Whether you are a new or experienced computer science teacher, our workshop is designed to empower you with the skills, pedagogical knowledge, and confidence to go into the classroom and start teaching. You’ll also walk away knowing how to make real mobile apps with React Native!

Resources: codehs.com/edtechsymposium2018

Speakers
avatar for Erin Grady

Erin Grady

Director of Customer Success, CodeHS


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
B8

11:15am

Hands-on RoboBlockly for Teaching Coding, Robotics, Math, Science, and Art
This program will introduce educators to RoboBlockly and its applications in the classroom. RoboBlockly (roboblockly.ucdavis.edu) is a Blockly based environment for learning coding and math with robotics.  All math activities in RoboBlockly are aligned with CCSS for Mathematics. RoboBlockly prepares students to program in Ch/C/C++. Activities on RoboBlockly are accessible to students from grades 1 to 12 and are categorized by subject and appropriate grade levels. This session also will go over how to interact with Linkbots and Mindstorms NXT/EV3 using code generated on RoboBlockly, along with some fun activities that teach programming concepts.
***Attendees need to download the C-STEM Software from http://c-stem.ucdavis.edu/downloads/ In addition internet access to http://roboblockly.ucdavis.edu is needed.  You must have administrative privileges on the laptop to install software.***

Speakers
GB

Graham Bough

UC Davis C-STEM Center
KC

Kylie Cooper

UC Davis C-STEM Center
DW

Daniel Wang

UC Davis C-STEM Center


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
Library

11:15am

How to Become a Certified Google Trainer and Innovator
Wondering how to (or why you should) become a Google Certified Trainer and/or Innovator?  Join me as I share all the tips and tricks of the application process (including a guide for the Trainer exam and advice for the Innovator project) as well as what to expect once accepted, and a sneak peek into the resources and supports within each program.   Is the process worth it?  ABSOLUTELY!  These two programs have significantly enhanced my career and I highly encourage everyone to apply!

Resources: www.EdTechChristina.com

Speakers
avatar for Christina Whitmire

Christina Whitmire

District Ed Tech ToSA, Oakley Union Elementary School District
Teaching is my passion and I continue to learn everyday! I have almost 25 years of experience teaching almost every grade level, in both traditional and charter, online school settings. Currently, I’m the Ed Tech ToSA in the Oakley Union Elementary School District. I look forward... Read More →


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
C2

11:15am

Integrated STEAM Education with Cubit (Vendor)
During this session, participants will complete a hands-on, STEAM oriented lesson using Cubit. They will experience first-hand how multiple contents can be integrated to allow students to utilize true design thinking in the classroom. All while supporting the required standards in authentic learning situations. Participants will leave with an understanding of ways design thinking can be scaffolded and how encouraging creative thinking can benefit the entire classroom.
*** It would be helpful if participants download Cubit Workshop: https://cubit.cc/workshop/downloads/ Software is NOT compatible with iPads.***

Resources: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1tdxMHsyrfmbZeDg8-Zeg73iuw6fePPnV?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Shana Krallman

Shana Krallman

Curriculum Writer, Cubit
Shana is a Curriculum Writer for Cubit focused on developing engaging integrated STEAM lessons with student and teacher support resources. The goal is to make coding, programming, and robotics a comfortable experience for all levels of technological comfort.


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
E2

11:15am

Intro to 3D Modeling and Printing in the Classroom
Want to kick-start a successful 3D design element in your classes? In this session, you will gain a basic understanding of 3D design tools (using Tinkercad) and how they can be applied across the curriculum. Access to a 3D printer is not a requirement to include 3D design in your classroom. Learn how and why to incorporate these skills. This is a beginners session. No previous 3D design experience required.  Presenter Resources

Speakers
avatar for Julie Janzen

Julie Janzen

District Integrated Technology Specialist, LVJUSD
I am a technology coach (ToSA) in Livermore and a former Middle School Teacher. I support grades 6-12 as the Integrated Technology Specialist as well as coordinate a fantastic team of Elementary Tech ToSAs. My areas of interest include robotics, 3D printing, raspberry pis, anything... Read More →


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
E5

11:15am

Making an Impact Using Video Creation
Students can learn so much by creating videos to teach one another about different topics and tools. School staff can also share their school stories in a way that will grab their audience using videos as well. This session will share different resources to make videos and ideas about topics for videos.

Resource: http://bit.ly/makingimpact

Speakers
avatar for Shayna Peeff

Shayna Peeff

Principal, Happy Valley Elementary


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
C3

11:15am

Teaching Coding with Scratch
This session is for the teacher with a modest knowledge of Scratch and is interested in starting to use it in their lesson plans. It will begin with a very brief review of Scratch 2.0. Then I will share several web sites to find interesting lessons, as well as show you what I do in my classroom. I will include several of the student-made projects in my presentation. The session will also include a peek at the newest version, Scratch 3.0, which will soon be launched from MIT.

Speakers
avatar for Gary Hensley

Gary Hensley

Teacher, Valley View Middle School
I thoroughly enjoy teaching alongside Shauna Hawes here at Valley View. Of all my lessons presented, my computer students enjoy coding with Scratch the most. Originally, I thought HyperStudio was the best program ever. But I have found that I am going back to my roots of computer... Read More →
avatar for Gary Hensley

Gary Hensley

Valley View Middle--Mt Diablo Unified
I thoroughly enjoy teaching alongside Shauna Hawes here at Valley View. Of all my lessons presented, my computer students enjoy coding with Scratch the most. Originally, I thought HyperStudio was the best program ever. But I have found that I am going back to my roots of computer... Read More →



Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
E1

11:15am

True STEAM Integration with Cubit Robotics (Vendor)
With all the demands teachers have to prepare students for future careers, finding ways to provide activities that integrate computer science principles, engineering practices, and core content can seem daunting. This workshop will discuss the true meaning and purpose of STEAM learning. Participants will see examples of integrated STEAM projects that move beyond programming a robot. Cubit will help demonstrate that incorporating multiple areas of STEAM into standards-based projects can help develop a classroom full of excited problem solvers!

Resources: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1g0M0G7Kxl4ltmcIHIvUPoKTTQVZk8Zkr?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Jason Gouw

Jason Gouw

Founder, Cubit
Jason loves to inspire and encourage young people. He is an inventor, creator, and tinkerer.


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
E4

11:15am

Virtual Fieldtrips with Google Expeditions!
Google Expeditions allow students to have a 360 degree experience of places around the world. In this session we will share information about leading students on your own expeditions and will have View Master VR and Google Cardboard viewers to try out.

Resources: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1p_Si4l6t5YxB_z--JWPkGt9C6Gq3xTF1oGvg_rXtFB4/edit?usp=drivesdk

Speakers
avatar for Joe Young

Joe Young

Math & STEAM Coach, PAUSD
Math & STEAM Coach, Elements of Instruction trainer, servant-leader. Lifelong Learner.


Saturday February 24, 2018 11:15am - 12:30pm
A5

1:30pm

2 See 2 Saw and 2 Do!
I will introduce and show teachers how to use the application Seesaw (including new additions from Seesaw). Teachers will then have some time to do some playing in Seesaw.  For the last 30-45 minutes, I will walk everyone through creating an account and sharing exercises their students can do when they return to their class on Monday.

Speakers
avatar for Sissie Lola

Sissie Lola

1st Grade Teacher, Niles Elementary School, Fremont Unified
Since I was in grade school, I had always wanted to be a teacher. Years later and after much personal heartache and change, I got on track at Cal State, Hayward, CA and declared my undergrad major in Liberal Studies (education sector) in 1993. Four years later with a B.A., an M.A... Read More →


Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
C8

1:30pm

Bringing a Customizable 6-12th Grade Coding Platform to Your School (Vendor)
Learn how to leverage the CodeHS platform to teach a high-quality computer science course at your school. Our workshop will cover a variety of topics to help set up your computer science class. Topics will include an overview of our full 6th-12th grade pathway, teacher tools & resources, professional development opportunities, and CodeHS best practices. Whether you are a new or experienced computer science teacher, our workshop is designed to empower you with the skills, pedagogical knowledge, and confidence to go into the classroom and start teaching. You’ll also walk away knowing how to make real mobile apps with React Native!

Resources: codehs.com/edtechsymposium2018

Speakers
avatar for Erin Grady

Erin Grady

Director of Customer Success, CodeHS


Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
B8

1:30pm

Choose Your Own Adventure: Using Story Telling and Google Slides to Teach Conservation
Allow students to teach each other about ecology and conservation by creating a Choose Your Path Adventure via G-Suite and Youtube. This presentation will show you a way to meet the new NGSS standards about the human impact on ecosystems.

Slides: https://tinyurl.com/edtechstemCYOA


Speakers
avatar for Jerell Maneja

Jerell Maneja

Milpitas High School, Milpitas USD
I am a science teacher at Milpitas High School. I have been teaching for five years and contribute to my campus in numerous ways, including Life Science PLC Lead, Varsity Badminton Coach, Class of 2020 Advisor, Club Advisor for Board Game Club, Cancer Club, and HOSA, and Project-Based... Read More →


Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
B1

1:30pm

Cybersecurity and Privacy for Educators
Cybersecurity, privacy and compliance are important topics that affect us all. However, explaining these complex and fast moving topics can often be challenging.  Join one of Microsoft's top cybersecurity experts in conversation with the student leader of VVMS' JagTech team to learn how to engagingly talk about these fields to your students and colleagues, understand career opportunities in the industry, and use common sense techniques to protect yourself in a connected world.

Resources: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AuzU9_ws5pSMkwe_pRVDmgXbr6KL

Speakers
avatar for Rupert Scammell

Rupert Scammell

Enterprise Security Executive, Microsoft
Rupert is responsible for security strategy and executive relationships for a group of Microsoft’s global financial services customers in the banking, brokerage, insurance and technology sectors. He has had a twenty year career in cybersecurity, and is a subject matter expert in... Read More →



Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
C1

1:30pm

Digital Storytelling with PhotoStory
Learn how Photostory3 can effortlessly motivate your students to effectively write fluently and purposefully for an authentic audience.  Photostory3, FREE and Fun-To-Use, brings photos to life as students narrate, add panning motion, captions, titles and music.



Speakers
avatar for Gary Hensley

Gary Hensley

Teacher, Valley View Middle School
I thoroughly enjoy teaching alongside Shauna Hawes here at Valley View. Of all my lessons presented, my computer students enjoy coding with Scratch the most. Originally, I thought HyperStudio was the best program ever. But I have found that I am going back to my roots of computer... Read More →
avatar for Gary Hensley

Gary Hensley

Valley View Middle--Mt Diablo Unified
I thoroughly enjoy teaching alongside Shauna Hawes here at Valley View. Of all my lessons presented, my computer students enjoy coding with Scratch the most. Originally, I thought HyperStudio was the best program ever. But I have found that I am going back to my roots of computer... Read More →



Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
E1

1:30pm

Makerspaces and Libraries
We'll share our journey at Dublin High HUB (library) and show attendees resources online to implement their own Makerspace in their library.

Resources: https://makingmakersinedu.com/makeredu-classroom-resources/

Speakers
DB

Doreen Bonde

Dublin Unified School District


Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
C6

1:30pm

Physical Computing with Arduino
Join this hands-on session to learn freely available C-STEM physical computing with Arduino curriculum.You will get a deeper understanding of computing with Arduino microcontrollers through Ch Arduino.  Learn about the endless exciting possibilities of physical computing and how to incorporate making into your classroom. Arduino boards can be integrated into Math, Computer Science, Engineering, and Robotics courses, including afterschool programs and summer camps. Bring your own laptop of Windows or Mac OSX .  We will provide C-STEM Starter Kit for you to get hands-on experience on Arduino for physical computing.
***Attendees may need to download C-STEM software from http://c-stem.ucdavis.edu/downloads/ ***

Speakers
GB

Graham Bough

UC Davis C-STEM Center
KC

Kylie Cooper

UC Davis C-STEM Center
DW

Daniel Wang

UC Davis C-STEM Center


Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Library

1:30pm

True STEAM Integration with Cubit Robotics (Vendor)
With all the demands teachers have to prepare students for future careers, finding ways to provide activities that integrate computer science principles, engineering practices, and core content can seem daunting. This workshop will discuss the true meaning and purpose of STEAM learning. Participants will see examples of integrated STEAM projects that move beyond programming a robot. Cubit will help demonstrate that incorporating multiple areas of STEAM into standards-based projects can help develop a classroom full of excited problem solvers!

Resources: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1g0M0G7Kxl4ltmcIHIvUPoKTTQVZk8Zkr?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Jason Gouw

Jason Gouw

Founder, Cubit
Jason loves to inspire and encourage young people. He is an inventor, creator, and tinkerer.


Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
E4

1:30pm

Virtual Fieldtrips with Google Expeditions!
Google Expeditions allow students to have a 360 degree experience of places around the world. In this session we will share information about leading students on your own expeditions and will have View Master VR and Google Cardboard viewers to try out.

Resources: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1p_Si4l6t5YxB_z--JWPkGt9C6Gq3xTF1oGvg_rXtFB4/edit?usp=drivesdk

Speakers
avatar for Joe Young

Joe Young

Math & STEAM Coach, PAUSD
Math & STEAM Coach, Elements of Instruction trainer, servant-leader. Lifelong Learner.


Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
A5

1:30pm

WE ALL WIN WITH STEM! K-12 Assessment (Vendor)
STEM jobs are growing faster than any other U.S. sector.  STEM careers are non-minority and male dominated, with this demographic there will not be enough well-trained future STEM professionals to fill these jobs, which could help lead to a collapse of our economy. The Solution is we must diversify participation in STEM studies because interest in this field needs to fit the demographic of America’s emerging workforce, as nearly half of U.S. children are girls and an increasing number are underserved minorities. Our resolution for this problem is to provide underserved children in under-resourced communities, access to hImarQs™ STEM Edition software coupled with our WE ALL WIN WITH STEM! (WAWS!) Academic Achievement Program to direct our children’s educational pathways to lead to careers in STEM- not only because these are the global economy jobs of the future, but this will also help to create a more evolved and inclusive society. The Workshop includes; Federal K12 STEM Assessment Initiative, K12 STEM Assessment Tool, WAWS Program Enrollment for Districts, Federal STEM Ed Funding

Resources: thestemfuturefoundation.org

Speakers
avatar for Sharee Joseph

Sharee Joseph

Executive Director, The STEM Future Foundation
avatar for Dr. Margaret Spicereddy

Dr. Margaret Spicereddy

Board Executive, The STEM Future Foundation


Saturday February 24, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm
D3