Contributors and Supporters

nape-education-equation-web-thumbnailNAPE and the Johns Hopkins School of Education wish to thank the many contributors to and supporters of Solving the Education Equation: A new model for improving STEM workforce outcomes through academic equity.

Contributors

Lezli Baskerville, President, CEO, National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education
Barbara Bitters, Senior Consultant, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity
Bridget Brown, Executive Director, National Association of Workforce Development Professionals
Monica Bruning, Associate Vice Chancellor, Enrollment and Institutional Effectiveness, University of Minnesota-Duluth
Marie Louise Caravatti, Associate Director for Educational Issues, American Federation of Teachers
Jill Cook, Assistant Director, American School Counselor Association
Muriel Hairston Cooper, Senior Manager Stakeholder Relations and Event Management, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Incorporated
Judy D’Amico, Vice President of Development, Project Lead the Way
Derrick Figures, Assistant Director for Legislation, American Federation of Teachers
Barbara Gault, Vice President and Executive Director, Institute for Women’s Policy Research
Stephanie Hirsh, Executive Director, Learning Forward
Gene Irisari, Director, Government Relations, Texas Instruments
Carol Johnson, Manager, Deloitte Consulting
Kate Blosveren Kreamer, Associate Executive Director, National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education consortium
Dawn Krusemark, Senior Associate Director, Educational Issues Department, American Federation of Teachers
Susan Lavrakas, Director, Workforce, Aerospace Industries Association
Mimi Lufkin, Chief Executive Officer, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity and the NAPE Education Foundation
Diane Matt, Executive Director, Women in Engineering ProActive Network
Ned McCulloch, Global Issue Manager, Skill Development and Education, North America, IBM Corporation
Shawn McMahon, Vice President for Policy and Programs, Wider Opportunities for Women
Carol A. Moye, EdD, Assistant Dean, Advisement and Retention, Howard University
Lisa R. Ransom, Senior Policy Advisor, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity; CEO and Chair of the Augustus F. Hawkins Foundation
Irelene P. Ricks, PhD, Director of Diversity, Life Sciences, Keystone Symposia
Hilary O. Shelton, Director, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Washington Bureau & Senior Vice President for Advocacy and Policy
Andre Thornton, Senior Manager for Technical Leadership Programs, Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems and Global Solutions
Lillian Tsosie-Jensen, Comprehensive Counseling and Guidance Specialist, Utah State Office of Education
Claus von Zastrow, Chief Operating Officer, Director of Research, Change the Equation
Mary Wiberg, President, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation
Marie Zwickert, MEd, CSR Manager, Cisco Networking Academy

Supporters

Academic Innovations
Aerospace Industries Association
American School Counselor Association (ASCA)
American Federation of Teachers
American Society for Engineering Education
The Augustus F. Hawkins Foundation
AVID Center
Change the Equation
Change The Story: Advancing Women…Powering the Economy (An Initiative of the Vermont Commission on Women, the Vermont Women’s Fund, and Vermont Works for Women)
CompTIA Creating IT Futures Foundation
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
Delaware Department of Education
Design Connect Create
Did You Know Publishing, Inc.
FIRST
Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
Her Own Words
High || STEPS, LLC
Learning Forward
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Missouri STEM Foundation
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
National Association for Multicultural Education
National Education Association
National Girls Collaborative
North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education
Northrop Grumman
The Ohio State University, The Center for Education and Training for Employment and Work
Rockwell Collins
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Center for Women and Work
Society of Women Engineers