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On behalf of Bill Montgomery and the event production team for The Global Transportation & Technology Diversity Summit for Education 2021 we would like to begin by thanking you for taking a moment to review our event.
Saturday & Sunday February 20th & 21st , 2021 the world will have an opportunity to join one of the most dynamic and informative streamed events ever!
The Global Transportation & Technology Diversity Summit for Education 2021 will feature some the brightest minds and innovators from multiple industries that helped advance our world through transportation, science, math, technology, engineering, design and more.
We have a committed list of VIP guests who will be present and or beaming in LIVE via the internet, sharing their inspiring stories and accomplishments with guest attending and those logging in from around the world.
The Global Transportation & Technology Diversity Summit for Education 2021 will also be a fundraiser to help the HIDDEN PIONEERS. Reach students, educators and school administrators from around the world with critical information and opportunities from the world of transportation and technology. Hidden Pioneers has partnered with Prime Motivation a 501C3 that executes vocational events with an all-star cast of guests who come to speak with high school students, explaining the ever growing need, value and enormous career opportunities within the skilled vocational trades. Vocational careers are often misrepresented or poorly explained and the HIDDEN PIONEERS are here to set the record straight.
The Global Transportation & Technology Diversity Summit for Education 2021 will be an exciting, educational, media-rich, globally streamed experience and we would like to invite you and yours to be a part of this event.
Beau Boeckmann grew up on the showroom floors of Galpin dealerships learning the ropes from his father, Bert Boeckmann. Beau had the opportunity to work with a variety of Galpin dealerships and eventually worked his way up to being named President and COO of Galpin in 2015.
Tom Matano, IDSA, has almost 30 years of experience in the automotive design industry. In 1983, he joined Mazda’s North American studio as a Chief Designer. He continued to become Vice President of the Design and Executive Vice President of Western Operations for Mazda R&D North America, Inc., and Executive Designer & Director of Mazda North American Operations.
An unsung hero, Jacobs gave the world the famous “Blue Marble” image that provided definite proof that the Earth was round. As a mechanical engineer and a project manager of the Apollo-Soyuz orbiter, Jacobs designed instrumentation that would capture one of the most repeated images in space history: the separation between the first and second stages of the Apollo 6 spacecraft in 1968.
The infamous car customization specialist Mad Mike, a.k.a. the "Man with the Plan", is widely known from the hit television show "Pimp My Ride". Mad Mike has been a whiz in the automotive electronics industry for over 25 years. He is recognized worldwide as the best of the best when it comes to customizing and tricking out automobiles. There’s no job too small, too big or crazy for him to complete.
Rodney was born (July 29, 1968) in Long Beach, CA. He is the quintessential child star, hitting it big at the tender age of three. Due to Rodney’s over-the-top cuteness, infectious giggle, and precocious nature he became an overnight sensation by becoming Jack in the Box’s national spokesperson. His huge fame came rapidly, and by the early 70s, he was one of the biggest child stars at the time, even recording albums, and by the age of five he was the youngest person ever to make it on any Billboard Music Charts
The Teacher Preparation Pipeline was established in 2006 by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office to address the statewide shortage of teachers. The goal of the program is to provide additional support to those individuals that desire to enter the teaching field. The program supports community college students and industry professionals obtain the education, experience, and credentials needed to become a teacher. Retired educator but still working to assist teachers. Available to assist future teachers through the “Teacher Preparation Pipeline” Project, El Camino College, Cell: 626-664-5538. Nicholson.Richard@Me.com
“I see the “VISION”.