Washington STEM Summit: Powering Washington's Future
Our second annual STEM Summit was held December 2, 2013, at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond, WA.
December 2, 2013
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Microsoft Conference Center
16070 Northeast 36th Way
Redmond, WA 98052
Cost (charitable, tax deductible donation): $100
with STEM pioneers who are driving innovation and impact in STEM education and the economy.
new ideas that can help you make a bigger impact in your community.
the STEM movement and be a part of Washington's future.
The second annual Washington STEM Summit: Powering Washington's Future was an exciting day to engage in and contribute to the future of STEM education and our state with STEM thought-leaders, innovators, and champions who are united by a passion to advance excellence, innovation, and equity in STEM education. Through intimate conversations, thought-provoking panels, solution-oriented workshops, and multiple networking opportunities, attendees left the Summit inspired, better connected, and equipped to make an even greater impact on students, your community, and our state.
Keynote speakers at the Summit included Governor Jay Inslee, Microsoft’s Brad Smith, and 2013 National Teacher of the Year Jeff Charbonneau. Other speakers included: Highline Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Susan Enfield, Danaher's Barbara Hulit, and WSU President Dr. Elson Floyd. A Networking Reception immediately following the Summit featured The Boeing Company's Mike Delaney and an opportunity to mingle with STEM leaders and champions from across Washington and the nation.
Microsoft donated three prizes that were given away at the Networking Reception.
Networking Reception presented by: