Tue, Jul 25|
Community Facilitated Discussion: Education
Join us for an informational panel discussion and interactive Q & A session about the educational system focused on building equity in it.
Time & Location
Jul 25, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Menomonee Falls, W156N8436 Pilgrim Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051, USA
About the Event
Join Suburbs for Equality and Germantown Community Coalition for a facilitated discussion on education. The session will start with panelists answering questions pre-received by attendants and organization staff. We will continue to have time for Q&A after a brief conversation about what the education system looks like within the area and what everyone can do to help strengthen it for students, staff, admin, and more.
Confirmed panelists include:
Dr. Pat Fagan Greco: A champion of continuous improvement, Pat focuses on building system, leader, and team capacity. She is extensively trained in tools and processes that create a continuous improvement mindset. She is a recognized leader, consultant, presenter, executive coach and mentor. Pat is a first-generation college graduate. Her education opened a world of opportunities and inspired her passion for building leadership strength at all levels of the organization. She has served 38 years in public education, most recently as a Superintendent in the School District of Menomonee Falls, WI. During that time, Pat was recognized for growing teacher and leadership capacity, improving system and team performance, and achieving results valued by the communities she served. Her team rose to become recognized state and national leaders.
Arielle Mayer: Arielle Mayer is an MPS graduate with a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education from UW-Milwaukee and has worked with young people since 2013. Arielle is passionate about amplifying youth voices and believes leaning into community and authenticity is imperative. This includes work in her professional life as well as personally, being involved with Girls Rock MKE for nearly a decade. After teaching in a full classroom for a few years Arielle went into non-profit work to combat some of the issues distracting young people from learning. Arielle currently works as a Peace Education Specialist at Marquette University, working with young people in schools to share social emotional learning and peer mediation.