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Riding the Wave to Online Education
During a time of change, resiliency and the unknown, we must expand our minds and evolve with the waves.

Join us on a discussion around bridging the skill gap for existing and prospective employees, tools and resources available with online education, traditional universities shifting to an online platform with curriculum, and the different ways companies can benefit from offering tuition reimbursement and multifaceted learning advancement programs within their organizations.

Sep 24, 2020 10:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Tonya M. Drake, Ph.D.
Regional Vice President, Northwest Chancellor @WGU Washington
A leader in higher learning, Dr. Tonya Drake has dedicated her career to expanding access to high-quality, career-focused education. Named Chancellor of WGU Washington in 2018, she has guided the nonprofit, online university to new levels of success: WGU Washington now enrolls nearly 13,000 fulltime students, has granted more than 21,000 bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and has been awarded the 2018 Silver Award for Job Training by Seattle Business magazine. To replicate the university’s positive impact and connect more individuals with in-demand learning opportunities, Drake became WGU’s Regional Vice President for the Northwest in September 2019. She holds that position in addition to her duties as Chancellor and oversees the university's strategic direction in nine states: Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. Drake holds a Ph.D. in Education Leadership and Policy Studies and Master of Education from Arizona State University, a Bachelor o
Megan Dibb
MSML Strategic Partnerships Manager @Western Governors University
Christine Stoll, M.S.
Executive Director @IDeal - Idaho College Savings Program
Christine has a passion for helping people find what fills their buckets. Working in the fields of education planning and savings for over twenty years she’s collaborated with educators, families, financial professionals and lawmakers to educate and successfully initiate and shape policy and progressive programs to do just that. Her broad view of the unique strengths and challenges surrounding the education and savings systems has aided her work in curriculum writing, career software expansion, college, career and technical education development, 529 savings and public policy. Christine believes these efforts have positively impacted how families achieve their dreams of future education goals. • 20-years in the education field, including 7-years in the education-financial services industry • Bachelor of Science, Psychology and Human Resources, a minor in Human Resource Management from Boise State University