Speaking Engagement

ASU + GSV 2022 Summit

April 4, 2022

The annual ASU + GSV Summit, hosted by Arizona State University (ASU) and Global Silicon Valley (GSV), kicks off today, April 4th, and goes through April 6th. The Summit connects leading minds focused on transforming society and business around learning and work. 

This conference is bringing together Learning and Workforce technology CEOs, investors, PreK-12 leaders, Higher Education leaders, Chief Learning and Talent Officers, Policy Makers and Foundation Leaders, Social Entrepreneurs, and many more. Over the three days, the attendees will learn from impactful leaders in education and technology.

To learn more about the Summit, click here

Of special interest: Jeanne Kitchens, Credential Engine’s Chief Technology Officer, is speaking at the following panels and workshop:

  • On April 4th, from 3:00-3:45 pm, Kitchens will speak at the Open Up! Unlocking Learn & Work Ecosystem panel. Attendees will hear the speakers discuss the needs and challenges of advancing skills-based education and hiring practices at scale.
  • On April 5th, from 3:00-3:40 pm, Kitchens will speak at the Connecting Education for Skills-Based Hiring panel. The panelists will discuss how employers, colleges, and universities can best establish ways to stay aware of the evolving skills needs of employers and society, and how the right partnerships can provide the insights and flexibility required.
  • On April 5th, from 3:50-4:30 pm, Kitchens will speak at the Public-Private Partnerships in Wisconsin Enabling Learning and Employment Record Initiative panel. The attendees will hear from the panelists, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Walmart, and education system leaders, on their projects that are underway in the US and around the world using new tech.
  • On April 5th, from 4:40-5:20 pm, Kitchens will present at the Designing the New Skills-Based Economy: How Visibility is the Lynchpin to Equity workshop. Attendees will join the Lab for a workshop to align on a vision and map the jobs to be done by the various ecosystem stakeholders including states, higher education and workforce development entities, employers, ed-tech, philanthropy, and others.