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Age of Agility Virtual Panel Discussion
Join Idaho Business for Education President and CEO Rod Gramer and Workforce Development Council Executive Director Wendi Secrist as they explore Idaho’s workforce needs with Senate Minority Leader Michelle Stennett from District 26, Senator David Lent, Republican from District 33, Representative Chris Mathias, Democrat from District 19 Seat B and Representative Paul Amador, Republican from District 4 Seat B. The legislative panel will share their thoughts on the pathways available to students, educators and business leaders to meet the demands for the 21st Century skills that are needed to build our workforce into an economically robust resource.

Join us November 1, 8:30 PM MST/ 7:30 PM PST

Nov 1, 2021 08:30 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Sen. Michelle Stennett
Minority Leader @Idaho State Senate
B.A. in international relations-environmental studies and B.A. in romance languages, University of Oregon; Certificat d’Etudes, Universite de Poitiers, France; Legislative Energy Horizon Institute Certificate, University of Idaho; Certificate of Appreciation from the American Legion; Certificate Fire Ops 101; Certificate of Graduation, Western Legislative Academy for Council of State Governments-West; Conservation Voters Legislator Award; Pacific Northwest Economic Region Certificate for the Idaho Council; Dottie Stimpson Award; Keith and Pat Axline Award for Environmental Activism.
Sen. David Lent
@Idaho State Senate
Graduate of Eastern Idaho Technical College and Idaho State University; national credential in Radiation Protection; site-wide Training Manager for Fluor Idaho at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) where he was responsible for both regulatory and facility specific training programs; served as chair for the Energy Facilities Contracting Group; and received a Distinguished Leadership award at the Department of Energy Headquarters in Washington D.C. for regulatory reform and cost-cutting initiatives. Wife Terri is known throughout the community for her work teaching the performing arts to youth. Dave and Terri have five children and twelve grandchildren and enjoy hosting family and friends at their Spencer cabin and boating on area waters.
Rep. Paul Amador
@Idaho State House of Representatives
Graduate of University of Nevada, Reno (M.A. educational leadership, Ph.D. educational leadership) and California State University, Fresno (B.S. agricultural economics); former director of program development, University of Idaho, Coeur d’Alene; former affiliate faculty, College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences, University of Idaho; owner, Amador Education Consulting and Development; owner, Trinity Farms (almond farm); former director of academic advising, Ivy Tech Community College, Bloomington, IN; board of directors, Coeur d’Alene Arts and Culture Alliance; board of directors, Heritage Health; member, CDA 2030 Education and Learning Committee; member, Educate Idaho Network Team; chair, North Idaho Tourism Summit; spouse: Julie (15 years); children: Peter.
Rep. Christopher Mathias
@Idaho State House of Representatives
Graduate of Boise State University with B.S. in criminal justice administration – McNair Scholar and student body president; U.S. Coast Guard veteran – top secret clearance, Arctic Service Medal, and two Antarctic Service Medals; former chief academic officer for the Idaho State Board of Education; former U.S. Senate law clerk; recipient of multiple civilian awards, including the Governor’s Commendation for Distinguished Public Service and Idaho Business Review’s Accomplished 40 Under 40; past and present volunteerism includes Boise State’s School of Public Service Advisory Council and the Ada County Veterans Treatment Court; author of multiple articles about incident management and emergency preparedness in Idaho; spouse: Katie; two young children.