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Leveraging Federal Legislation and Data to Build an Education-to-Workforce Pipeline

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Sep 24, 2019 02:22 PM

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Susan Bowles Therriault
Director, College and Career Readiness and Success Center @American Institutes for Research
Susan Bowles Therriault is a managing researcher at the American Institutes for Research and directs the federally funded College and Career Readiness and Success Center. For over 20 years, she has led and conducted research on state and federal efforts to build the capacity of high-need districts and schools to improve outcomes and increase opportunity for students. She is a member of the Massachusetts Conditions of Education Task Force. She also served as a member-at-large of the Massachusetts School and District Accountability and Support Advisory Board and on her local school board.
Trent Sharp
Senior Technical Assistance Consultant @American Institutes for Research
Trent Sharp is a senior technical assistance consultant at AIR. His primary responsibilities include supporting systemic improvement through spatial analysis, cross-functional teaming and project alignment, sustainable design, need-finding, facilitation, and coaching. He currently leads projects serving multiple state education agencies who are applying geospatial analysis as a centerpiece to systems alignment and intra-agency collaboration.
Natalie Clark
Education Program Consultant @Kansas State Department of Education
Natalie Clark is an Education Program Consultant for the Kansas State Department of Education in the areas of Business Management and Entrepreneurship, Finance, and Marketing. Natalie works with the Career, Standards, and Assessment Services Team and is a member of the IPS (Individual Plan of Study) Team that includes Work-Based Learning. Natalie’s high school classroom experience includes Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Instructor, Yearbook Advisor, Pathway Teacher in the areas of Marketing Management and Hospitality and Tourism. Former Certified Municipal Clerk. Natalie received a B.S. in Secondary Education, Business and Computer Studies, from Kansas State University and a M.S. in Business Education from Emporia State University.