Next Generation Education Reform: Joelle Phillips

As part of its State Pathways to Prosperity initiative, CSG released a report in August that outlines recommendations for state-level policies to ensure students are prepared for postsecondary education and the workforce. The report, “A Framework for State Policymakers: Developing Pathways to Ensure a Skilled Workforce for State Prosperity,” containing the work of the CSG National Task Force on Workforce Development and Education, represents more than a year of study, dialogue and deliberation by state officials from both parties, all regions of the U.S. and from diverse perspectives. This session featured some of the experts and policymakers who dedicated their time to crafting these options for robust state-level policies and explored how states are preparing today’s students for the jobs of tomorrow.

Next Generation Education Systems - a 51st State Model
Friday, December 11, 2015
Sponsored by the CSG Education & Workforce Development Public Policy Committee

Presentation by Joelle Phillips, President, AT&T Tennessee

 

 

Speaker Biography:  

Phillips brings more than a decade of experience in the telecommunications industry and two decades of experience in the legal profession to her current position as president of AT&T Tennessee, a position she’s held since 2013. Phillips works closely with community and business leaders, elected officials and others at AT&T to continue to bring advanced communications technologies, including mobile 4G LTE and other broadband services, to consumers and businesses. She is also responsible for managing AT&T’s extensive philanthropic and community engagement efforts in Tennessee, including the AT&T Aspire program, which focuses on high school success and work force readiness.