Michelle R. Weise, PhD SVP, Workforce Strategies, Strada Education Network & Chief Innovation Officer, Strada Institute for the Future of Work Greater Boston Area Connect Connect with Michelle R. Weise, PhDMore actions Strada Education Network Stanford University Stanford University See contact info See contact info See connections (500+) 500+ connections Michelle R. Weise is the SVP, Workforce Strategies, Strada Education Network & Chief Innovation Officer, Strada Institute for the Future of Work. She leads the organization’s workforce alignment initiatives as well as innovation and thought leadership priorities. Ba... This media is a video What is Strada Institute for the Future of Work? What is Strada Institute for the Future of Work? Show more Show more of Michelle’s summary Follow Follow Michelle’s Activity 1,616 followers Strada Education Network℠ is inviting proposals for innovative partnership models that strengthen education-to-employment pathways for underrepresented, low-income, first-generation and adult students. Strada is committing $5 million to fund multi-year grants to nonprofit organizations incorporating education providers, employers, community-based organizations and public-sector partners in their proposed solutions. Learn more and register for the RFP info webinar: Michelle shared this See all activity Experience Strada Education Network SVP, Workforce Strategies & Chief Innovation Officer Company NameStrada Education Network Dates EmployedSep 2017 – Present Employment Duration11 mos LocationGreater Boston Area Entangled Solutions Senior Advisor Company NameEntangled Solutions Dates EmployedSep 2017 – Present Employment Duration11 mos Southern New Hampshire University Chief Innovation Officer, Sandbox ColLABorative Company NameSouthern New Hampshire University Dates EmployedMay 2015 – Aug 2017 Employment Duration2 yrs 4 mos LocationManchester, NH Clayton Christensen Institute Senior Research Fellow, Higher Education Company NameClayton Christensen Institute Dates EmployedJan 2013 – May 2015 Employment Duration2 yrs 5 mos LocationSan Mateo, CA Analyzing and projecting developments in higher education through the lens of Clayton Christensen's theory of disruptive innovation. 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Skidmore College Assistant Professor Company NameSkidmore College Dates EmployedSep 2008 – Mar 2012 Employment Duration3 yrs 7 mos LocationSaratoga Springs, NY Tenure-track assistant professor in the English Department, specializing in Asian American literature, 20th- and 21st-century American poetry & fiction, comparative studies in race & ethnicity, intersections of art & literature. Responsible for creating and teaching 5 courses/year. Served on faculty hiring committee and department and college-wide curriculum committees. Awarded Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Career Enhancement Fellowship for Junior Faculty (Honorable Mention), Faculty Research Initiative Grant, Summer Faculty/Student Research Grant. Published multiple peer-reviewed articles and presented work at national and international conferences (2008-present) Francis Young Tang Teaching Museum Curator Company NameFrancis Young Tang Teaching Museum Dates EmployedMay 2010 – Jan 2011 Employment Duration9 mos LocationSaratoga Springs, NY Curator of Eye Rhymes in the Winter Gallery, which showcased works of art that relied on both text and image. The gallery also served as a classroom space for my freshman seminar entitled, Ways of Seeing: Image, Text, Illumination. Students studied the artists featured in the show, presented their research in order to collaborate and ultimately redesign the museum space. 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