CHCI Addresses the Role of Latinos in the STEM/STEAM Fields at the
2015 Public Policy Conference
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) 2015 Public Policy Conference gathers the nation’s top minds for two days of critical discussions on major policy issues affecting the Latino community and the nation. Our theme – Powering Growth and Influence – will address the integral role that Latinos play in shaping our nation’s future. Don’t miss this remarkable opportunity to join the discussion on key issues regarding Latinos in the STEM fields and the employment pipeline. You will also have the chance network with national leaders, elected officials, corporate executives, community activists, and fellow energy & STEM career experts.
|Rep. Tony Cárdenas
|Rep. Filemon Vela|
STEM Careers and Energy Summit: Energy, STEM/STEAM and the Talent Pipeline
Join CHCI Advisory Council Members Reps. Tony Cárdenas and Filemon Vela as they address the critical need for Latinos in energy and STEM/STEAM fields and moving the needle on the Latino talent pipeline. Panelists will discuss best practices and recommendations to attract Latinos into the energy field.
Jason Cameron - Manager, PowerPathway Program, PG&E
Adrianne Collins - Transmission General Manager for Gulf Power, Southern Company
Alison Ford - Director, Corporate Public Affairs, Duke Energy
Patty Riddlebarger - Director of Social Corporate Responsibility, Entergy
Jody L. TallBear, Esq. – Strategic Initiatives and Policy Advisor, Office of Economic Impact and Diversity, U.S. Department of Energy
Wednesday, October 7
10:45 am -12:15 pm
Walter E. Washington Convention Center