How students connect themselves with stakeholders

March 2, 2020

On February 21, 16 friends of Sequoyah joined us for our first Creative Connections event. The crew of entrepreneurs, artists, non-profit leaders, government employees, and educators had a series of 5-minute flash conversations with juniors and seniors about their Impact Project work. These conversations gave students practice speaking about their approaches to tackling social and environmental issues of importance to them, while also giving guests a chance to offer cheerleading, advice, and introductions to people in their field.

 

Students and guests alike walked away feeling inspired by one another. We look forward to hosting the event in future years!

 

Thank you to our guests:

  • Ali Peters (Co-founder, She's Birdie)

  • Debra Suh (Executive Director, Center for the Pacific Asian Family)

  • Garret Scullin (Senior Coordinator, Designmatters at ArtCenter College of Design)

  • Kimberly Velazco (Program Manager, Designmatters at ArtCenter College of Design)

  • Josh Brody (Head of School, Sequoyah School)

  • Lauria Ochoa (Deputy Editor of Entertainment and Arts, Los Angeles Times)

  • Leigh Ann Hahn (Independent Culture Producer)

  • Lindsey Lee (Education & Public Programs Director, Clockshop)

  • Luis Sierra Campos (Social Justice & Inclusion Coordinator, Neighborhood Unitarian Universalist Church)

  • Renee Dake Wilson (Parnter, Dake Wilson Architects)

  • Renee Larios (Student Community Engagement Program Coordinator, Polytechnic School)

  • Robin Toma (Executive Director, LA County Commission on Human Relations)

  • Ryan McDaniel (Director of Advancement, Sequoyah School)

  • Sarah Gossage (Director of Communications, Sequoyah School)

  • Victoria Tao (Technology Integration Specialist, Sequoyah School)

  • Watson Hartsoe (STEAM Teacher, Genesis)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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