Career Readiness Revolution: Digital Programming Exemplars
Tuesday, December 1, 1:00–1:45 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
Angelo Biasi Nick Ducoff Alisa Wilke
Hosted by ASA. Product solutions are paving the way for a career readiness revolution—digital style. Join the discussion about platforms and programming that enables young people to explore career and educational pathways. Panelists will share case studies, research, and how their solutions are enabling hybrid teaching models and a world of possibilities.
|Audience:||Curriculum/district specialists, Teachers, Principals/head teachers|
|Subject area:||Career and technical education|
|Influencer Disclosure:||This session includes a presenter that indicated a “material connection” to a brand that includes a personal, family or employment relationship, or a financial relationship. See individual speaker menu for disclosure information.|
|Related exhibitors:||American Student Assistance|
Angelo is a change agent and advocate of lifelong learner success. As the creator of the first course taught online and over mobile phones and former Instructor / ID at NYU and UMSL, he has focused his career on developing digital solutions that advance college and career readiness for ALL. In his current role as Founder / CEO of MassiveU, he is pioneering NextGen digital learning and ‘authentic’ assessment through problem and project based, social learning technologies (i.e. solvably.com, the first digital collaborative, creative problem solving platform for lifelong learners) that support heightened engagement, remote collaboration, and measurable learning outcomes.
Nick Ducoff is cofounder & CEO of Edmit, and coauthor of the bestselling book Better Off After College. He was previously Northeastern University's Vice President for New Ventures where his work was recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. He's been invited to multiple White House convenings and coauthored "Informational Disclosure and College Choice," a working paper published by the Brookings Institution. His articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Barron's, and CNBC, and he’s been interviewed on ABC, NBC & NPR. He earned his J.D., with Honors, at the University of Texas, and his Bachelor’s at Emory University.
Alisa Wilke is the Vice President of Strategy & Innovation at American Student Assistance where she works across the organization to develop and execute successful mission-aligned programs. She is responsible for the definition of program impact and outcomes measurement. Her deep passion for education is exemplified in having spent 20+ years bringing technology focused educational products to market across a number of segments including: K-12, Higher Education, clinician certification, and patient education. Alisa has a B.S in Finance and an MBA in Marketing and IS from Babson College.