Students Weigh In, Part III: Learning & Well-Being During COVID-19
Free National Webinar for Educators and Education Funders
Friday, August 13, 2021
10:00 AM PST / 1:00 PM EST
- Receive access to the national findings,
- Hear how education leaders and funders are responding, and
- Participate alongside others in putting student voice at the center of the new school year.
Participants will leave with greater empathy for students’ unique experiences of school during a global pandemic, a greater understanding of the challenges facing school systems right now, and insight into the opportunities to strategically support students now. Attendance to Students Weigh In, part 1 and 2 events is not required. All registrants will receive access to the recording and reference materials post event.
We hope to see you on August 13th!
Titi started her career in education as a Business Analyst in the Office of Special Education at DC Public Schools and then transitioned to management consulting to pursue her interest in helping education agencies bring about real change and better meet the needs of students from all backgrounds. While working in consulting she led and supported projects in areas such as strategic planning, performance management, program implementation and evaluation and data system adoption with educators across the United States. In 2015 she branched out and started her own consulting firm, Harley Consulting Group, where she has partnered with a variety of organizations including non-profits, start-ups, and foundations to create solutions, provide tools, and share expertise to help them successfully manage change and exceed their goals. Titi is passionate about diversity, equity, and inclusion, and working collaboratively to solve problems and improve opportunities and outcome for the most vulnerable students. She has a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration from the George Washington University. Titi loves to travel, and she and her husband live in Maryland with their 4-year-old son, Caleb, and 2-year-old daughter, Chole.
Dr. Eric Prater, Ed.D.
San Luis Coastal Unified School District
San Luis Obispo, CA
Dr. Prater has served as the Superintendent of the San Luis Coastal Unified School District since 2010. Previously, he was superintendent of the Byron Union School District in the Bay Area. He enthusiastically served as a teacher, student advocate, athletic coach, and club advisor. His dedication to serve kids led him toward the field of educational leadership where he served as a school principal for nearly 15 years. During this time, he was honored to have his middle school selected as one of the top middle schools in the nation. Dr. Prater earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics from St. Mary’s College of California, Master of Science in Educational Leadership from California State University, East Bay, and a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from the University of La Verne.
Executive Director, Equity & Instructional Services
North Clackamas School District
Dr. Reggiani has worked for North Clackamas School District for 25 years, as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and district administrator. Throughout her career, she has been a champion for inclusion and removing barriers for historically underserved students. She has championed the expansion of dual language programs and revamped the district’s Talented and Gifted program to ensure that diverse students are identified at the same rate as others. Additionally, Shelly is the recipient of the 2020 American Association of School Administrators Women in School Leadership Award.
Malden High School
Stephanie Sibley has proudly served as a House Principal at Malden High School since 2018. Stephanie is a champion for equity and has played an instrumental role in the school’s student voice efforts, hiring practices, and increased efforts to engage families/caregivers. Prior to MHS, Stephanie worked in Boston Public Schools. She began her career as a math teacher at the Boston Latin School (BLS), where she developed and honed her curriculum planning and teaching skills. Stephanie served as a Head of School in BPS for eight years. The hallmark of her leadership is the belief that all students, regardless of who they are, where they start or where they’ve been, must be given the access, opportunity, and support to reach their full potential.