Jaime Casap, Education Evangelist

Jaime Casap, Education Evangelist

Jaime Casap served as the Chief Education Evangelist at Google for more than 14 years and was the second member of the Google for Education team. In that time, Jaime launched Google’s GSuite tools into higher education and K12. He also launched Chromebooks into education and was the creator of the Google for Education Transformation Framework, a holistic approach to education transformation.

Now Jaime is partnering and collaborating with higher education institutions, school systems, and businesses around the world, helping them build transformational policies and practices to elevate education and bring equity, diversity, and inclusion into their policies and practices.

Jaime serves as an advisor to dozens of organizations focused on learning, skill development, and the future of work. He is the coauthor of “Our First Talk About Poverty,” as a way to talk to children about poverty. He is currently working on his next book, which will focus on his journey from the ghetto to Google, and what it takes to be successful.

He speaks on education, digitalization, diversity and inclusion, generation z, and the future of work at events around the world. You can follow and reach him on Twitter at @jcasap and watch his YouTube career advice videos at www.youtube.com/jaimecasap.

The Digitalization Age
We are living in extraordinary times. Digitalization has impacted our lives for a few decades now, and it will affect all segments of our world at some level of degree. We are at the very beginning of the digitalized age, and the pandemic is only going to expedite its growth. To prepare for this future, students need to understand the role digitalization plays and develop the critical human skills required for this new age. The idea of “lifelong learning” has been around for a generation. Still, we haven’t ever really put in practice to make this idea a reality. We have the tools and technology to bring lifelong learning to life; our students will not survive the future without the ability to learn new skills continually. In my presentation, I explore these ideas and make a case for the ability to learn as the most critical skill students need to master.

Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D.

Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D.

Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D. is the Executive Director of the American Institute for Learning and Human Development, and an award-winning author and speaker who has been an educator for over forty-five years. Over 1.3 million copies of his books are in print in English on issues related to learning and human development.

He is the author of nineteen books including:

His books have been translated in ninety foreign editions into twenty-eight languages, including Spanish, Chinese, Hebrew, Danish, and Russian.

He has written for Ladies Home Journal, Family Circle (where he received awards from the Educational Press Association, and the National Association of Secondary School Principals, Parenting (where he was a regularly featured columnist for four years), Mothering (where he was a contributing editor), The AMA Journal of Ethics, many other periodicals, journals, and edited books. He has appeared on several national and international television and radio programs, including NBC’s “The Today Show,” “CBS This Morning,” “CNN,” the “BBC” and “The Voice of America.”

Articles featuring his work have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, Investor’s Business Daily, Good Housekeeping, and hundreds of other newspapers and magazines around the country.

Dr. Armstrong has given over 1,000 keynotes, workshop presentations, and lectures on six continents in 29 countries, and 44 states in the past thirty years. His clients have included Sesame Street, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the European Council of International Schools, the Republic of Singapore, and several state departments of education.

Rex Miller, MindShift

Rex Miller, MindShift

Rex Miller is the founder of MindShift, a future's advisory and research firm. He began his career as a project manager in the architecture and construction department for Southwestern Bell now AT&T, in 1978. He has spent decades helping organizations leverage their environments as a catalyst to healthy cultures and clear missions. He wonders if your school or classroom had a voice, what would it say is important and who is valued?

Rex works at the intersection of numerous complex challenges including the common nightmare of delivering capital projects, workplace disengagement, the declining education system, toxic shadow cultures, schools and workplace health, and well-being. He believes we can only tackle these problems by humanizing our work with diverse stakeholders.

Rex has written numerous books including The Commercial Real Estate Revolution; Change Your Space, Change Your Culture, Humanizing the Education Machine, The Healthy Workplace Nudge, and the most recent book, WHOLE: What Teachers Need to Help Students Thrive.

He has won the CoreNet Global Innovator Award, CoreNet’s Industry Excellence Award, and IFMA’s Award for Excellence. Rex is a Business Fellow at Texas A&M, a certified Executive Coach, Keynote Speaker, and a USPTA Certified Tennis Professional.

Rex holds a master’s degree as a futurist and entered consulting after 25 years as a corporate leader. His unique experiences allow him and his firm to guide leaders into new conversations forming new relationships that result in new realities. Some of his clients include Google, GoDaddy, Facebook, Intel, DPR, Balfour Beatty, FOX Architects, One Global Design, Haworth, and many others.

When project teams hit the wall owners will call on Rex to quickly get to root issues, rebuild broken trust, and realign the team around its mission.

Rex lives in North Texas. He recently celebrated 41 years of marriage and has three children who are almost off the payroll.

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