Ariel Griffin taught for seven years in private, charter and public schools in the Dominican Republic, México, Texas and Missouri. While teaching, she served on a district-wide committee for Socio-Emotional Learning (SEL) and the school site team for AVID. Now, Griffin works as a Program Officer for Education at Children International in Kansas City. She has led the organization in launching their Digital Learning work so that children all over the world have virtual access to quality learning programs.
WHAT THEY ARE PRESENTING
Better Together: Solving for the Digital Divide
Participants will learn about global digital inequity, discuss possible solutions to overcoming key challenges, and facilitate collaboration opportunities post-conference.