business plan - South King County STEM Network

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SOUTH KING COUNTY STEM NETWORK

BUSINESS PLAN May 2013

L e a d ershi p T e a m Trish Dziko, Co-Chair, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Technology Access Foundation (Community Based Organization) John Welch, Co-Chair, Superintendent, Puget Sound Educational Service District (Education) Jana Carlisle, Executive Director, Partnership for Learning (Non-profit Organization) Susan Enfield, Superintendent, Highline Public Schools (Education) Marcie Maxwell, State Legislative Representative, 41st District (Government) Gary Oertli, President, South Seattle Community College (Higher Education) Earl Overstreet, President, General Microsystems (STEM Business and Industry) Cos Roberts, President, Urban Tech Systems (STEM Business and Industry) Mary Jean Ryan, Executive Director, Community Center for Education Results (Road Map Initiative – Backbone Organization) Deborah Salas, Executive Director, Community Schools Collaboration (Community Based Youth Organization) Marléna Sessions, Chief Executive Officer, Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County (Labor and Industry) Tom Stritikus, Dean and Professor, College of Education, University of Washington (Higher Education)

AD V I S O RY T e a m Katie Apone, Technically Learning David Bilyeu, Kent School District Cindi Blansfield, Auburn School District James Blatz, Workforce Development Lois Brewer, Cleveland High School Theresa Britschgi, Seattle Biomed Sylvester Cann, CCED Results Juan Cotto, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Clarence (CJ) J. Dancer, Seattle MESA Linda Del Giudice, Kent School District David DeLa Fuente, Communities in Schools James Dorsey, University of Washington Krista Galloway, School’s Out Washington Christie Gilliland, Green River Community College Carmen Gonzales, Highline Public Schools Steve Hanson, Renton Technical College

Edith Harding, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Paul Tytler, TAF Academy

Kip Herren, Auburn School District

Megan Urbaitis, College Success Foundation

Mary Alice Heuschel, Renton School District Karen Kodama, Seattle Public Schools

Jessica Werner, Youth Development Council of King County

Kimberly Kotovic, Highline Public Schools

Sam Whiting, The Boeing Company

Andrea Leary, Leary & Associates

Nina (Will) Williams, Tukwila School District

Rod Luke, Auburn School District

Zach Wilson, School’s Out Washington

Mellody Matthes, Tukwila School District

S U PP O RT S TA F F

Shannon McKinney, K-5 STEM School at Boren Robert Neu, Federal Way School District Roxana Norouzi, One America Michelle Page, Technically Learning Shana Peschek, Renton Technical College Dana Riley Black, Center for Inquiry Science, Institute for Systems Biology Zithri Ahmed Saleem, Technology Access Foundation Princess Shareef, Cleveland High School Andrew Shouse, University of Washington

Joshua Halsey, Project Manager, PSESD Debora Boeck, PSESD Craig Bowman, PSESD Kelly Goodsell, PSESD John Welch, PSESD Brian Murphy, Project Manager, BERK Natasha Fedo, BERK Emmy McConnell, BERK

SOUTH KING COUNTY

STEM NETWORK BUSINESS PLAN INTRODUCTION

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Our Vision

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Our Strategy

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Why STEM?

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Our Needs, Assets, & Opportunity

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Our Plan for WOrking Together

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Definition of Roles

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Operations & Governance Structure

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STEM Business Plan Priorities & Strategies

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Planning Process

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Priority I: Build Awareness & Enthusiasm for STEM

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Priority II: Provide Real World STEM Learning Opportunities

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Priority III: Develop Student STEM Literacy & 21st Century Skills

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