We are excited to announce the move to the Sheraton at Keystone. IACAC has worked to find a location that will hopefully allow more members to attend Conference with lower hotel room cost, FREE parking, complimentary basic internet access, and a larger variety of restaurants from which to choose.
Hotel room rate: $159 + taxes per night. Reserve HERE
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General Chair- Catie Taylor - firstname.lastname@example.org Program Chair - Ange Huffman - email@example.com
A. Full Conference: Monday-Wednesday
INCLUDES ALL MEALS -$185
B. Full Conference (Presenter): Monday- Wednesday
INCLUDES ALL MEALS - $160
C. Tuesday Only
INCLUDES LUNCH AND SOCIAL TICKET - $125
D. Wednesday Only
INCLUDES BRUNCH - $95
Please contact Jean Howell at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a retired member, student, or intern member and would like to register.
***If your institution is not a member of IACAC, please add $40 to the member prices listed above. If you are not a member, we encourage you to consider to join now.***
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Erin Jones has been involved in and around schools for the past 26 years. She has taught in a variety of environments, and in some of the most diverse communities in the nation. Last fall she was a candidate for the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Erin received an award as the Most Innovative Foreign Language Teacher in 2007, while working at Stewart Middle School in Tacoma and was the Washington State Milken Educator of the Year in 2008, while teaching at Rogers High School in Spokane. She received recognition at the White House in March of 2013 as a "Champion of Change” and was Washington State PTA’s “Outstanding Educator” in 2015. After serving as a classroom teacher and instructional coach, Erin worked as an executive for two State Superintendents. Erin left the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction 5 years ago to work in college-access at the school district level. She left her job to run as a candidate for State Superintendent and was the first Black woman to run for any state office in Washington state, a race she lost by a mere 1%. Erin has two children in college, one who works full-time and plays rugby, and a husband, James, who is a teacher in North Thurston School District.
CLINT SMITH- "The Danger of Silence"
As a researcher and poet, Clint's work lies at the intersection of art and social science, creating a unique lens through which to think about American social stratification. Clint discusses the ideas of silence and empathy—both on a macro and micro level context. What are the historical silences that have shaped the landscape of our country and often go unacknowledged? What are the interpersonal silences that we perpetuate with our complicity? In what ways is our empathy towards people often contingent on the identity of those individuals? In this talk, Clint helps organizations understand and address how internal and external stakeholders are deeply affected by the sociopolitical phenomena that they experience every day in this age of political and social tumult. Clint shares personal stories to illuminate how we as individuals and organizations can all recognize the power of our voice.