ICCE creates opportunities for continuing educators to come together to learn, to network, and occasionally have fun!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the ICCE Annual Conference will be postponed to Spring 2020 (Date TBD). We thank everyone for your continued interested in the ICCE and our Mission; all registrations will be transferred to the spring event. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Looking toward the spring event, we already have some new and exciting ideas in the works to further enhance the Annual Conference. We will provide additional information and updates as are they are available. If you have any suggestions to make the Spring Conference even more beneficial, we would be happy to hear from you.
Again, thank you all, and we apologize for any inconvenience.
2019 ICCE Annual Conference-Postponed until Spring 2020
SAVE THE DATE!
ICCE Annual Conference
October 3, 2019
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Keynote Speaker: Stephanie Wells, Indiana Federation for Advanced
Manufacturing Education (INFAME) and Workforce Consultant
Register at: www.digitaleducation.purdue.edu/icce
Join us for Professional Development Opportunities.
Stephanie Wells is the Principal and Founder of Graham Road Consulting, a consulting practice focused on providing workforce and public policy solutions for communities, employers, and workers. Current clients include the Indiana Manufacturers Association, Thomas P. Miller & Associates, Purdue Manufacturing Extension Partnership, and Ivy Tech Community College.
Prior to founding her consulting practice, Stephanie was the Vice President of Workforce Development for the Indiana Manufacturers Association, Indiana’s largest industry-specific advocacy group. During her tenure, Stephanie developed an employer-driven workforce policy and spearheaded the creation of the Indiana Federation of Advanced Manufacturing Education (INFAME), a work-based learning initiative, which is a partnership of manufacturers, under the leadership of the Indiana Manufacturers Association, the National Association of Manufacturers, and Toyota North America. Stephanie continues to spearhead this project and is working to stand-up several new INFAME chapters throughout Indiana in 2019 and 2020.
Preceding her time at the Indiana Manufacturers Association, Stephanie worked as a Senior Fiscal Analyst for the Indiana Legislative Services Agency, as a policy expert in the areas of unemployment insurance, workforce, public pensions, labor issues, and transportation funding. Additionally, Stephanie spent seven years at the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, first as a legislative liaison and policy specialist, and then as the Director of Asset Preservation, where she oversaw the creation of the Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network and the Hardest Hit Fund, a $220 million federal program to assist troubled homeowners stay in their homes during the worst years of the Great Recession. She previously has held positions at the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, the Office of Governor Mitch Daniels, Ice Miller, and the Indiana University Public Policy Institute.
In total, Stephanie has over 17 years of government affairs and policy experience in the areas of economic development, workforce, housing, and community development.
Stephanie is a proud graduate of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, both for her undergraduate and graduate degrees, where she specialized in public management and policy analysis.
2018 ICCE Annual Conference Recap
ICCE creates opportunities for continuing educators to come together to learn, to network, and occasionally have fun! As tradition would have it, it was a day filled with the information you need to grow as a continuing educator in Indiana.
Key note speakers included:
Dr. Betty Vandenbosch, Purdue Global
The morning keynote presentation Purdue University Global’s Land Grant Mission: Helping Adults Get Back to School and Finish. This presentation highlighted the unique opportunity for adults to go back to school with the flexibility to meet their needs and creating opportunities for adults to enable them to develop academic and professional skills to be successful.
Chris Lowery, Senior Vice President for Community Engagement, Ivy Tech Community College
The afternoon keynote presentation addressed Indiana’s need for a skilled workforce and highlighted current gaps. Chris went on to say what is being done by Ivy Tech Community College to bridge current gaps.
Highlights of the conference:
Ball State University graduate students brought posters of work being done in their area’s of research.