STEM Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Afternoon Session)

Room: Red Level, Suite 72

New, this year, the MA STEM Summit will seek to have an interactive discussion on the importance of STEM in innovation and entrepreneurship. In the afternoon, a panel of students and practitioners will participate in a lively conversation about the impact that early involvement in K – 12 educational hands-on competition and scientific and technical exploration has had on their future interest in innovation and entrepreneurship in the Commonwealth.

  • Jennifer Keller Jackson, B.A.  -  Senior Program Manager, NCIIA

  • Jason Morrella, B.A.  -  President, Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
  • Barnas Monteith, B.S.  -  Chairman of the Board, Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair
  • Greg Carlson  -  Student, Worcester Technical High School
  • Ingrid Marko  -  Student, Worcester Polytechnic Institute