Proficiency Consensus: Education Blockchain To The Alignment Rescue
We want to host this event to bring together hackers, founders, employers, recruiteers, HR, and educators together to talk about the real challenges that lay on the horizon. We want to align ourselves with technology long term trends to place and maintain ourselves in a position of power and abundance.
Sparkki together with the Hackers & Founders Utah brings together our local startup communities to have a frank discussion on the consensus.
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MASTER OF CEREMONIES:
Nick Baguey - Community building with Hackers & Founders Utah.
Marcelo Bayon - Fixing Education Through Consensus.
Ted McAleer - Educational Alignment with the Jobs of the Future.
Points Of Interest About Speakers:
Ted McAleer - Co founder of Park City Angels & USTAR, and managing director of Pando Labs, Ted has a voracious proponent of mentorship driven growth in start ups and mature businesses.
Ted has 25+ years of experience in technology innovation; business development; and product, services and operations management in both start-up and mature corporations.
Nick Baguely - Co founder of Hackers & Founders Utah & Front Analytics, Nick has been active in the tech community in Utah for years. His experience in software development, big data, and data science, make him a invaluable resource for the Utah start up community.
Sofia Lallatin - Sofia is an advisor to GOED, and a proponent of building great companies in Utah by building great teams while working with State and Industry to make Utah the most sought after place in our country to live, work and do business in .
Her experience in b2b high tech sales, operations management, and sales training and operations makes her an invaluable champion of Utah's business community.
Marcelo Bayon - Community organizer, software developer, and author. Marcelo is the founder and CEO of Sparkki Inc, a HR tech company working on creating the world's first and best repository of verifiable skills. He believes the future of education will be ushered in by helping create a consensus between employers, educators, and learners.