Alexa Joyce

Alexa Joyce

Director of Transformation and Skills Microsoft

As Digital Transformation & Skills Director, Alexa works across the Europe, Middle East and Africa region to drive digital transformation of education institutions and digital skills development, from primary through to higher education. She focuses on enabling them to develop the skills that students need to succeed in work and life. Over the last 20 years, Alexa has worked with governments in more than 100 countries across the world in digital transformation.

She previously led the global strategy at Microsoft for engaging and support education system leaders as they evolve their institutions, and was formerly EMEA Director of Policy, Teaching and Learning, focusing on supporting national device deployments across the region. Prior to Microsoft, she worked with leading international education organizations: European Schoolnet (the network of 34 Ministries of Education in Europe), UNESCO and OECD. She’s on the advisory board of the EDUCATE incubator ed-tech startups in the UK.


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Wednesday 23/03/2022

From 12:50 To 13:15

03/23/2022 12:50 03/23/2022 13:15 Mind the Gap: Addressing the skills gap and meeting the expectations of modern learners In collaboration with Microsoft

As 65% of today's learners will work in jobs that don't yet exist, our education system must advance and prepare all learners for lifelong learning.

This session will share insights from LinkedIn, evidence-based research and university voice on the opportunity for new partnerships and strategies for building institutional agility to meet the expectations of today's population of diverse learners.


Themes: Skills, Innovation, Inclusion, Leadership, Futures, Wellbeing
 
ExCeL London

ExCeL London

"Mind the Gap: Addressing the skills gap and meeting the expectations of modern learners"

Alexa Joyce Cephas Grant Elizabeth Newall James Crooks
Time and date

Wednesday 23/03/2022

From 12:50 To 13:15

03/23/2022 12:50 03/23/2022 13:15 Mind the Gap: Addressing the skills gap and meeting the expectations of modern learners In collaboration with Microsoft

As 65% of today's learners will work in jobs that don't yet exist, our education system must advance and prepare all learners for lifelong learning.

This session will share insights from LinkedIn, evidence-based research and university voice on the opportunity for new partnerships and strategies for building institutional agility to meet the expectations of today's population of diverse learners.


Themes: Skills, Innovation, Inclusion, Leadership, Futures, Wellbeing
 
ExCeL London
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