The Space Between Women and the Technology Closing the Gap.
WM host Jovelyn Richards speaks with Lisa DeLapo about Makerspace: A program for women of color and disabled women that opens doors to leadership in the world of technology. Also joining Jovelyn in this segment are Gay Krause, founder of Krause Center for Innovation and Cicely Day, teacher and innovator.
Innovator in Residence
Krause Center for Innovation
Lisa has a Master’s Degree in Education with a concentration in teacher leadership, and she holds a graduate certification in network and communications management. Lisa has a multi-subject teaching credential as well as an administrative credential. She earned a 2016 CUE Gold Disk, and is a Google Certified Innovator and Microsoft Innovative Expert. She also volunteers on the East Bay CUE Board of Directors.
Lisa DeLapo joined the KCI as Innovator in Residence in 2017. Lisa is also the current MERIT Program Director. MERIT (Making Education Relevant and Interactive through Technology) is a research-based, educator development program designed to help teachers bolster their curriculum with technology-enhanced learning activities to motivate, challenge and inspire the diverse learners and leaders of the future. Lisa has taught K-12 students and teachers since 2005, and she has several years of experience as a cabinet-level Director of Technology in a public school district. Thoroughly familiar with MERIT, Lisa attend the program in 2013, served as an instructor in 2014 and as Assistant Director in 2015 and 2016. Please contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to listen to entire show. 59:50 min
Also on today's show: