America Succeeds Updates
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America Succeeds Update: March 2022

This month we celebrate the contributions women have made to the United States, and certainly we couldn’t overlook those being made right here in our own organization. America Succeeds would not be nearly as strong without the wit, grace, and grit of the women on our team and board who share their knowledge and expertise with us. Women’s History Month may officially end in a few days, but for us, these women are historic year-round. We are grateful every day for their contributions improving educational opportunities and moving us forward. 

Here’s to the women of America Succeeds – we could not do this essential work without you!

Tim Taylor

Co-Founder and President

Quiz Question of the Month

Don’t forget to scroll down for the answer! (Or click here for the Forbes article.)

America Succeeds’ Leaders to Speak at ASU+GSV

We are less than one month away from ASU+GSV 2022! Our very own Tim Taylor, Co-Founder and President, and Stephanie Short, Vice President of Partnerships, are moderating and speaking on various panels. Plus, we’ve got a surprise announcement coming. Will we see you there?

In the News: Durable Skills

“Durable soft skills are a key predictor of successfully getting your foot in the door and long-term career success. So why wait to start developing them?” – Anthony Pennay, Chief Learning Officer, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Foundation and Institute.

Read the op-ed piece here.

Welcome, Virginia Learns

Please join us in celebrating our newest Network Member, Virginia Learns!

Virginia Learns brings together business and education leaders with the shared goal of creating a more innovative, relevant, and equitable public education system in Virginia.

The answer to today’s quiz is C. 44%. We are grateful to our partners at CompTIA for their recent data supporting Durable Skills.

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