Disruption is a constant presence in our lives and can stem from forces in our professional and personal worlds. Join a group of women leaders in educational technology as they discuss the ways that disruption has created opportunities for reflection, learning, growth, and humor in their lives and careers.
- 12:00 Introduction
- 12:05 Disruption as an Opportunity Panel. A frank and engaging reflection on the experiences in our lives and careers that cause us to stop, reconsider our direction, explore new opportunities and shift, accelerate, or otherwise alter the course of our work.
- Liv Gjestvang, Associate Vice President, Learning Technology, The Ohio State University
- Maggie Jesse, Senior Director, Office of Teaching, Learning and Technology, University of Iowa
- Stacy Morrone, Associate Vice President, Learning Technology, Indiana University
- Jennifer Sparrow, Senior Director, Teaching and Learning with Technology, Penn State University
- Sherri Braxton, Senior Director, Instructional Technology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
- 1:20 Break
- 1:30 Leadership Superpowers. Women BTAA CIOs discuss:
- What is their leadership superpower? How did they discover it, how have they developed it, and how do they rely on it in their current role?
- What is a leadership skill they wish they had and why?
- What leadership skills do they look for in others and why?
- 2:45 Closing/Action Items