EDUCATE GA SUMMIT IS JOINING


Radically Transforming
Communities

Following the success of the 2017 summit, we are expanding this work to focus on redesigning public education, building new leaders and advancing economic opportunity while ultimately driving a national conversation on community transformation.

5

Days

5

Keynotes

2,000+

Changemakers

Previous Speakers

Valencia Stovall

Valencia Stovall

State Representative - District 74
Georgia House of Representatives
Nathan Deal

Nathan Deal

Governor
State of Georgia
David Ralston

David Ralston

Speaker
Georgia House of Representatives
Richard Woods

Richard Woods

State Superintendent
Georgia Department of Education
Roberta Shields

Roberta Shields

President
The Ludacris Foundation
Marc Sternberg

Marc Sternberg

K12 Education Program Director
The Walton Family Foundation
Brian Pauling

Brian Pauling

President
100 Black Men of America
Rodney Bullard

Rodney Bullard

Executive Director
Chick-fil-A Foundation
Brooks Coleman

Brooks Coleman

Chairman
House Education Committee
Sekou Biddle

Sekou Biddle

Vice President of Advocacy
UNCF
Lindsey Tippins

Lindsey Tippins

Chairman
Senate Education & Youth Committee
Charmaine Ward

Charmaine Ward

Senior Director
Georgia Pacific Foundation
Mike Royal

Mike Royal

Chairman
Georgia Board of Education
Careshia Moore

Careshia Moore

National Program Director
Usher's New Look Foundation
J. Delano Ford

J. Delano Ford

Executive Director
Teach for America - Atlanta Metro
Travis Allen

Travis Allen

Founder
iSchool Initiative

A Convergence of Ideas

Come share your expertise and insight on how to redesign school, the platform for the next Governor of Georgia and how to build new leaders.

Thinkering Studios

This hands on experience will challenge you to get creative with addressing top issues as you will leave the festival with toolkits for transforming your local community.

Keynote Sessions

Join top officials and thought-leaders from around the country for engaging discussions on new ideas on implementation plans.

Georgia's Next Governor

In 2018, Georgia will elected a new Governor and now is the perfect time to join the conversation and help build the platform. What should the agenda be for Georgia's next Governor?

Supporting Georgia Legislators

Representative Mike Dudgeon, District 25, R - Johns Creek
Representative Betty Price, District 48, R - Roswell
Representative Shelia Jones, District 53, D - Atlanta
Representative Beth Beskin, District 54, R - Atlanta
Representative "Able" Mable Thomas, District 56, D - Atlanta
Representative LaDawn Jones, District 62, D - Atlanta
Representative Ronnie Mabra, District 63, D - Fayetteville
Senator Hunter Hill, District 6, R - Atlanta

Representative Virgil Fludd, District 64, D - Tyrone
Representative Coach Williams, District 86, D - Avondale Estates
Representative Mike Glanton, District 75, D - Jonesboro
Representative Sandra Scott, District 76, D - Ellenwood
Representative Demetrius Douglas, District 78, D - Stockbridge
Representative Earnest G. Smith, District 125, D - Augusta
Senator Fran Millar, District 40, R - Atlanta

REGISTRATION OPENS SUMMER 2017

Educators, Parents, Students, Business and Community Leaders are invited free of charge.

Become A Sponsor

Your sponsorship will go towards summit logistics, working group materials, and lunch on each day for attendees.

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Purchase A Table

We have table sponsorship available for the Opening Keynote and State of Education Luncheon. Invite your guests or we can offer the table for educators, students, and community leaders.

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Purchase Exhibit or Advertisement

We have several opportunities for exhibitors and advertisers to participate

2017 Event Partners

Frequently Asked Questions

The event and luncheons are free of charge. We do have limited number seats available for lunch sessions which requires a RSVP when you register for the summit.

There are several lots available around Capitol Hill which offers parking ranging from $6 – 10 per day. Options include: Capitol Hill & Memorial Drive  Lot, Underground Atlanta, City of Atlanta Municipal Parking, and Sloppy Floyd Building. A map of parking lots can be found below.

The address to the Capitol is 206 Washington Street, Atlanta, GA 30334. A map is listed below. You will also receive a confirmation email after registration with details.

The nearest hotel appropriately half a mile away is the Ramada Capital Hill, which offers low nightly rates and also offers a shuttle bus to the Capitol. More information available here. 

Georgia State Capitol

206 Washington Street
Atlanta, GA 30334

Here you will find available parking options. MARTA is also accessible via Georgia State Station located in the Sloppy Floyd Building.

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