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PathFinder Recording 5: Zoom: How the Future of Work & The Future of Learning Are Intertwining

PathFinder Session 5

Session Speaker

Anne Keough Keehn

Anne Keough Keehn

Global Education Lead Zoom Video Communications Anne.keehn@zoom.us
Global executive with cross-sector experience working in education, technology and philanthropy. A leader and visionary in education innovation, leadership, digital transformation, enterprise education technology solutions, program and content redesign, product and service design - expertise in public private partnerships, business development, sales, marketing, social Impact, design thinking, and entrepreneurship. Proven track record in strategy, partnership development and scaling companies, products and initiatives globally that serve the education sector. I have led and contributed to research on Improving Planning for Student Success (IPASS), Centers for Teaching & Learning and Leaders for Academic Innovation and Transformation. Served as an advisory on Boards for technology companies - eGaming, mixed reality, EdTech and higher education institutions.

 

 

 

 

 

Co-Speaker

Tain Barzso

Tain Barzso

Education Product Lead Zoom Video Communications Tain.barzso@zoom.us
As lead product manager for education at Zoom, Tain Barzso brings fifteen years’ experience leading, supporting, and developing IT & audiovisual educational solutions at Stanford, Arizona State, and Northern Arizona universities. Passionate about technology’s role in the future of education, his focus is on engagement, accessibility, and empowerment through synchronous and asynchronous methods. With over a decade teaching across disciplines in writing, new media, and digital humanities, he believes in the potential of human-centered technology and innovation to create radical inclusion in remote and hybrid education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Co-Speaker

Michelle Weise

Michelle Weise

Entrepreneur-In-Residence and Senior Advisor Imaginable Futures The Omidyar Group
Michelle R. Weise, Ph.D., is the author of Long-Life Learning: Preparing for Jobs that Don't Even Exist Yet (2020). She is currently serving as an entrepreneur-in-residence and senior advisor at Imaginable Futures, a venture of The Omidyar Group. She was the chief innovation officer of Strada Education Network’s Institute for the Future of Work and Sandbox Collaborative, the innovation center of Southern New Hampshire University. With Clayton Christensen, she coauthored Hire Education: Mastery, Modularization, and the Workforce Revolution (2014) while leading the higher education practice at Christensen’s Institute for Disruptive Innovation.

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