Technology Access Foundation (TAF) is a Seattle-based nonprofit leader redefining K-12 public education throughout Washington State. By using STEM as a tool for social change, TAF implements a 360-degree approach that transforms classrooms and schools into equitable anti-racist learning environments where all students, teachers, and leaders in education can thrive.

Four featured speakers from TAF will initiate a discussion on the topic of redefining public instruction:
the how and why.

Maribel Valdez-Gonzalez — STEM Integration Transformation Coach

Heather Lechner — Executive Director of Education

Krishna Richardson-Daniels — Director of STEMbyTAF at Washington Middle School

David Goldenkranz — Ally Engagement Program Manager