05.31.17 State of STEM

More than 150 L.A. area leaders gathered for the Chamber's 2017 State of STEM at the University of Southern California. Cultivating diverse talent in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) is essential to continued economic growth and competitiveness. The program highlighted high demand/high growth STEM related industries within L.A. County and its implications to our regional economy. The discussions focused on expanding access to STEM education and fostering education-industry partnerships to meet Southern California's high-skill workforce needs.
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(L to R)  Miguel Duenas, Arlene Semwezi, Holly Klotz, Dr. Mohsen Beheshsti, Dr. Gisele Ragusa and Thomas Sayles
Chamber EVP of Education & Workforce Development David Rattray kicking off State of STEM 2017
Panelists Miguel Duenas and Dr. Mohsen Beheshsti
Arlene Semwezi, Dr. Gisele Ragusa, Holly Klotz, Miguel Duenas, Dr. Mohsen Beheshsti, and Thomas Sayles
Dr. Gisele Ragusa and former Chamber Board Chair Thomas Sayles

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