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Toward a Shared Vision 2020: New Goals for a New Reality - Shared screen with speaker view
Jake Poore
34:21
Good morning and welcome to Toward a Shared Vision 2020. Event documents, resources, speaker bio’s and more are available at - https://inlandempiregia.org/tasv-event-resources/
Jeannie Kim
37:42
Hello ALL! Miss seeing all of you in person! Hope all have been well and staying safe! :)
Gregory Anderson
38:24
so excited to see who is with us today!
Jose Torres
38:43
Good morning all from San Bernardino Community College District. Home of San Bernardino Valley and Crafton Hills Colleges.
Gregory Anderson
39:12
what is the n?
Jeannie Kim
39:54
And yes, RCCD is in the house! Happy Monday!
Tracey Vackar
40:26
Good Morning from Fontana USD, so happy RCCD is in the house.
Steve Neilsen
40:34
Good morning from California Baptist University!
Tahmina Morshed
41:20
Good morning everyone! Tahmina Morshed from Moreno Valley College.
Melissa May
41:54
Good morning everyone! Melissa May from Art and Science Cultural Center!
Lisa Kiplinger Kennedy
43:53
Good Morning! Regional Director of Business & Entrepreneurship for the Inland Empire/Desert Region
Jake Poore
44:44
Link to resources: https://inlandempiregia.org/tasv-event-resources/
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
54:23
Welcome everyone. We have over 140 participants on right now… thank you so much for your leadership and engagement!!!
Deanna Krehbiel
57:51
Good morning from San Bernardino Community College District's Economic Development & Corporate Training
Jake Poore
01:02:26
Link to updated regional goals: https://secureservercdn.net/198.71.233.150/wxw.b35.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Goals-Strategies-and-Metrics.pdf
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
01:18:15
Share how you are engaging today on social media using the tags #TASV2020 and #GIATogether
Dr. Talisa Sullivan
01:23:24
Equity Lens with everything we do! I love it equal access, giving everyone what they need to be successful is the key. We have to go away from wondering about how others will feel when we are providing students who have been historically marginalized with what they need. Thank you for that.
Dr. Talisa Sullivan
01:23:48
Hi Shelia :) Nice to see you!
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
01:25:42
+1 Dr. Sullivan
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
01:28:17
Don’t forget to post your questions for the panelists in the Q&A box
Susan Warren
01:48:24
Thanks for the shout out, Carlos! We are the Regional Learning Collaborative in Pomona, advancing student attainment across the intersegmental transitions to and through postsecondary and life-sustaining careers. I’m honored to serve as its founding Executive Director. Your work here in the Inland Empire is very much aligned with ours in Pomona and surrounding areas. Exciting goals you’ve set! Reaching for the moon.
Jake Poore
01:48:35
https://wxw.b35.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Goals-Strategies-and-Metrics.pdf
Susan Warren
01:49:15
RLCollab.com
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
01:50:46
Regional Learning Collaborative…!!
Vanessa Keadle
01:55:14
Hi all! Here in the reflection prompt: What is the first thing you are going to do to help achieve these goals?
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
01:59:17
The revolution will not be televised!
Vanessa Keadle
01:59:43
1 more minute of reflection! Feel free to share in the chat box. Remember to place questions for the Board in the Q+A box!
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
01:59:48
Dual enrollment for all high school students.
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
02:00:25
Focus on our highest need students.
Jeannie Kim
02:01:58
PROPS to STEVE VASSAR and the awesome flow tunes!! THANK YOU!
Steve Vassor
02:02:08
Thank YOU!
Susan Warren
02:02:17
This is Dr. Nazanin Zargarpour, founding Executive Director of the Regional Learning Collaborative and Professor at Claremont Graduate University. We also have on the convening, members of our Core Support Team, Dr. Susan Warren’, Assistant Director; Dr. Beth Higbee, Tori Morrison, and Debbie Liza De Segun. We delighted to connect and collaborate with like-minded leaders.
Jeannie Kim
02:07:53
One of the very UNIQUE strategic positions of GIA and our region is the representative nature of our educational and economic leadership. We need to do more to leverage this fact.
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
02:07:57
Put attention to collaboratively grows exponentially!
Jeannie Kim
02:09:02
Today more than ever, people need hope, especially in the face of the economic salary data Dr. Ayala shared earlier.
Jeannie Kim
02:09:50
It is our collective responsibility as leaders of the region, to continue to provide hope and inspiration, ESPECIALLY in these times.
Beth Higbee
02:09:55
Sheila is eloquent when she says this work is not episodic but will last beyond us, and that collaboration builds strength exponentially.
Dr. Talisa Sullivan
02:13:22
Thank you for that explanation Dr. White. Data collection is key to showing that we are accomplishing our goals. I am glad to know we have institutional commitments because while we love individuals who commit, people may come and go be the institution will remain if systems are in place, then as people come and go our system is sustained.
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
02:17:00
We are fortunate to have two Cal-SOAPS in our region - one for Riverside County and one for San Bernardino County - and then GIA is partnering with both to provide any assistance to collaborate across the region - this has included helping with the challenges of the pandemic like fingerprinting of the new students advisors!
Susan Warren
02:18:32
Dual Enrollment (DE) will go a long way toward changing student postsecondary outcomes as well as embed college culture in high schools.
Sorrel Stielstra
02:18:51
Of possible interest regarding dual enrollment:https://public.tableau.com/profile/growing.inland.achievement#!/vizhome/DualEnrollmentintheInlandEmpire/Dashboard1
David Culberhouse
02:18:52
We’ve seen these disruptions coming for years as automation has expanded and as we have watched the growth of artificial intelligence. The Pandemic just accelerated that process in some very dynamic ways. But those issues of automation and artificial intelligence are and have not gone away. The skillsets of the knowledge economy are continually shifting and changing, and we have to become much more aware of what we are preparing our students for. We will have to really consider what career ready looks like as we move into this exponentially changing future. And as research from McKinsey has shown, our students are moving into college with very little understanding of how the degree they may be trying to attain, and how that plays out in the current economic market are often disconnected. The students often feel like they are walking out with degrees that do not have opportunity in the current economy and market, and did not feel they received the mentoring on how to approach the process much more effectively.
Mary McAllister-Parsons
02:19:47
Students and families need postsecondary information before students arrive in middle and high school.
Beth Higbee
02:19:57
Important points, Mr. Culberhouse!
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
02:21:52
Our focus on data needs to include the work of CCGI and College next, National Student clearing house NSC, and the postsecondary data partnership (PDP)
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
02:22:14
Districts and campuses are rocking with this information.
Jake Poore
02:27:01
Thank you for attending Toward a Shared Vision 2020. As a reminder, conference documents, resources, speaker bio’s and more can be found at - https://inlandempiregia.org/tasv-event-resources/
Beth Higbee
02:31:12
Jake, will these be available after the day is over? Thanks!
Jake Poore
02:33:04
Yes, they will remain available. We will also add the recorded sessions from the event as soon as possible after the convening.
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
02:39:10
Building the IE resilience through equity and partnerships
David Culberhouse
02:43:27
In dealing with adaptive challenges and even polarities, that “AND” and asset mindset will become very important, in moving from ideas of thinking in scarcity towards abundance thinking.
Susan Warren
02:43:32
+1 to Carlos’ chat post on the importance of multiple measures data use. To these sources I would add Data Sharing and Use Agreements across partners for real time data to track meaningful changes at the student level across the segments.
Jake Poore
02:43:47
The Groundwater Approach: https://www.racialequityinstitute.com/groundwaterapproach
Susan Warren
02:44:32
That was Nazy. I understand I’m registered under Susie’s name.
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
02:45:14
Don’t forget to post your questions for Lauren to the Q&A box
Gregory Anderson
02:53:00
love the metaphor!
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
02:56:25
60K fourth graders every year
David Culberhouse
02:59:05
Learning through (not after) a crisis is a difficult process in itself, and research shows that it is often a struggle as most people, especially as the crisis extends over time, look to get back to "normal" or status quo. Transformation was a very visible word at the beginning of this pandemic, which has become less and less visible. The idea of transformation, especially at this point, will have to be very intentional in many ways. How do we create space for learning to continue, when many people are feeling beyond overwhelmed?
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
02:59:59
Address the tension of speed and inclusion with a combined approach in partnership - addressing the fish and the groundwater
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
03:00:43
Great question David. Ask it in the Q&A.
David Culberhouse
03:02:06
Appreciate that idea of engaging people in building collective futures…
Susan Warren
03:04:09
So appreciate the focus on re-engineering systems and structures for enduring equity impact. This deep systems work requires the kind of intersegmental and cross-sectoral collaboration we are all engaged in. Keeping the focus on equity. Nazy
David Culberhouse
03:06:05
The research has shown that new narratives of the future, not data, helps move the idea of urgency and change.
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
03:06:35
Can you share that research David.
David Culberhouse
03:07:13
I can pull it up, but will take some time. Feel free to reach out and I can put some of it together for you.
David Culberhouse
03:09:29
MITSMR; Forbes, Science Direct, and a variety of other resources.
Susan Warren
03:09:53
Brilliant DNA!! — Data, Narrative, and Action. Our experience has shown that we need all three, with root cause analysis embedded in the D.
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
03:13:05
Acknowledge, apologize, and do the work differently!
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
03:14:16
Reminder to select “all panelists and attendees” if you want everyone to see your comments
Kristi Woods
03:16:04
The acknowledgement also extends to honoring the voices and work of the people who both are themselves and have been working on behalf of "the fish" in this system for so long. Most of them are aware that the groundwater is the problem and have not been acknowledged when they attempt to address the root causes.
David Culberhouse
03:20:29
Creating spaces where psychological safety exists has become more and more important, from the classroom to the boardroom. This is for teams, but it can expand out into a variety of arenas: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/28/magazine/what-google-learned-from-its-quest-to-build-the-perfect-team.html
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
03:28:46
+ Jennifer Collaboration and Hope
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
03:31:36
Service is the rent you pay for living!
David Torres
03:31:46
Not hokey at all.
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
03:31:46
Service is the rent you pay for living. Lauren Smith’20
Gregory Anderson
03:32:12
fabulous session!
Tahmina Morshed
03:32:22
Beautiful quote Lauren!
David Culberhouse
03:32:49
Thank you! Appreciate you sharing your genius.
Susan Warren
03:33:12
This is our moment!
Gregory Anderson
03:33:16
Do not get lost in a sea of despair. Be hopeful, be optimistic. Our struggle is not the struggle of a day, a week, a month, or a year, it is the struggle of a lifetime. Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble. #goodtrouble
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
03:33:19
Thank you all.
Sherri Pierce
03:33:28
UNITED = STRENGTH Which will make change. Thank you Dr. Smith
Mariana Torres
03:33:31
Thank you for the conversation!
Dr. Carlos Ayala, GIA
03:33:44
See you all tomorrow for our collective work.
Kristi Woods
03:33:52
Thank you for an encouraging morning. The work continues!
Mary McAllister-Parsons
03:34:16
Powerful messages. Powerful work. Thank you.
Susan Warren
03:34:18
Thank you for a wonderful morning that inspired us all and gives such hope for the IE!
Summer Steele
03:34:22
Fantastic morning! Looking forward to tomorrow.
Sheila Thornton
03:34:37
Thank you Lauren and Karthick! Excellent information.
MARCELINO PENA
03:35:06
Thank you for a great morning.
Erin Brinker
03:35:08
Thank you
Sheila Thornton
03:35:08
Great job GIA Team!
Maya Ramos Clayton
03:35:17
Thanks!
Niki Dettman
03:35:27
Excellent discussions today! Look forward to tomorrow!
Angel Rodriguez
03:35:35
Great discussion! Definitely shouldn't be known as a region of "cheap dirt" instead of "community potential."
Beth Higbee
03:36:06
Thank you GIA Team, This was powerful!
Ann Marie Sakrekoff
03:36:08
Thank you ALLL! Looking forward to tomorrow!!!
Ida Hermosillo
03:37:26
Thank you everyone! Great job and excellent discussions. We look forward to our Collective Impact work tomorrow and the Action Network Team meetings.
Denisha Shackelford
03:38:06
Shout out to DJ Steve......YESSSS!!!!
Denisha Shackelford
03:38:15
Great job GIA!!!!
Melissa May
03:38:37
Thank you! Glad to hear the concerns of my organization are aligned with GIA and the many organizations/institutions attending today.