LEV’s Seattle Luncheon 2019

Learn about the power of high-quality early childhood education this fall, featuring Marquita Davis, Deputy Director of Early Learning at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as our keynote speaker. And we’re delighted to announce Governor Jay Inslee as a guest speaker! League of Education Voters believes that every student deserves to receive a great education and the support necessary for individual success. With your help, we can make this vision a reality.

Hyatt Olive 8
1635 8th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Registration begins at 11:30 am

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LEV’s Spokane Breakfast 2019

October 29, 2019

The Davenport Grand Hotel
333 W Spokane Falls Blvd
Spokane, WA 99201

Registration begins at 7:30 am

Join the League of Education Voters’ Board, our Spokane Advisory Council, community members, and leaders from across the education continuum as we host a community discussion on the power of high-quality early learning and the impact it can have on Washington state. Bring your voice to the conversation and assure that Spokane is heard as policy agendas are debated and set. Celebrate the victories that we have accomplished together and lean in with us to accelerate progress for Washington’s learners.

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LEV’s Spokane Breakfast — Owning Our Future: Technology in Education

Owning Our Future: Technology in Education Spokane event - League of Education Voters
Thank you for attending LEV Foundation’s first-ever Spokane Breakfast event! We appreciate you joining community, business, and education leaders for Owning Our Future: Technology in Education at The Davenport Grand Hotel on October 18, 2018.
It was a fantastic event with keynote speaker Jane Broom.


Portrait of Jane Boom

Jane Broom

Jane Broom was born and raised in Spokane and is the Senior Director of Microsoft’s Washington State Philanthropies. She is responsible for Microsoft’s philanthropic contributions and education policy in Washington. Since 1992, Jane has been an advocate for stronger educational opportunities and outcomes at both the preK-12 and higher education levels particularly in the areas of math, science, and computer science. She serves on several organization committees and boards including Washington STEM, Washington State Opportunity Scholarship Program, Code.org, Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession, Alliance for Education, Washington Families Fund, SkillUp Washington, United Way of King County and ArtsFund.


Photos from the Breakfast



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