Accident Fund Holdings Proudly Supports Michigan Creative Educators Summit
Accident Fund Holdings, Inc. is proud to announce its support and participation in the Michigan Creative Educators Summit (MCES). The 2015 MCES will be held at the Lansing Center on Tuesday, May 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will showcase outstanding innovative education programs in K-12 and beyond.
The theme of this year’s summit, “Everyone’s an Educator: Merging the Worlds of Business and Education” aims to create new collaborations with businesses and schools, and use positivity to change society. Accident Fund Holdings is proud to have three speakers at the day-long event. They include Lisa Corless, chief administrative officer and chief of staff, Jeffrey Austin White, director of Innovation and Darcy Kerr, senior vice president, Human Resources.
Other speakers at the 2015 MCES include Matt Wandrie, superintendent of Lapeer Public Schools, Elatia Abate, coach and entrepreneur, Matt Olson, director of the Innovation Center at Lapeer Innovation Center, Brian Davis, superintendent of Holland Public Schools and 2011 Michigan Superintendent of the Year, Sarah Triplett, director of Public Policy at Creative Many and Becky Palmer-Scott, director at Aspiring Games Foundation. For the full agenda and registration info., click here: https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1704726.
The program will also feature the presentation of the Michigan Creativity Group’s “Innovative Education Awards” for 2015. The winners include:
- Mike Flanagan, Michigan State Superintendent of Schools
- Bob Richards, Stockbridge Advanced Underwater Robotics Team
- Kate Fanelli, Michigan’s Integrated Mathematics Initiative
- Kim Mathiot, Michigan Department of Education
- Matt Wandrie, Lapeer Community Schools Superintendent
- Brad Wilson, WriteAbout.com – Jackson County ISD, WriteAbout.com, 21 Innovate, LLC
MCES was created by the Michigan Creativity Group (MCG) and its co-founders Jeff Croley and Jason LaFay to merge the worlds of business and education. MCG helps create unique learning opportunities, provides a support network to help students and business reach new heights, and promotes innovation and positivity to better serve the people of Michigan