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Digital Badging

Season 2 | Episode 204 | Length: 27:06

Digital badging provides an opportunity for learners of all ages to acquire skills and credentials in a variety of settings.

Our Guests

Darieth Chisolm

Darieth Chisolm has worked in the television industry for over 20 years, as news anchor for WPXI-Pittsburgh, an NBC-affiliate station, and Channel 11 News on Fox 53. She also owns her own fitness studio, Fullbody Fitness Club, and is passionate about personal health and wellness.

An-Me Chung

An-Me Chung is Senior Director of Partnerships at Mozilla, a public charity best known as the makers of Firefox. Mozilla promotes openness, innovation, and opportunity online; and creates open standards that enable innovation, access, and opportunity for all.

Cathy Lewis Long

Cathy Lewis Long is the founding executive director of The Sprout Fund, Pittsburgh’s leading non-profit supporting innovative ideas, catalyzing community change, and making our region a better place to live, work, play, and raise a family.

Khalif Ali

Khalif Ali is a native of Pittsburgh with a background in community organizing, leadership development and team-building. He has a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. Khalif joined the staff at the Sprout Fund in 2014 as the Program Manager of the Badges for Learning project.

Learn more about our guests by downloading the discussion guide.

Resources

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Web Extras

After the Show

Length: 6:58

 

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