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Family Leadership Summit 2020 has ended
PAUSD 2nd Annual Family Leadership Summit
February 22nd from 8:30-2 at Gunn High School

PLEASE NOTE: Registration for a session is not required, however, space is limited as sessions will be in general classrooms with seating for 25-30 participants. Feel free to move around on the day-of if rooms are full. Sessions are EACH 45 minutes, so one session per block. Please sign-up for one session per block with four total session blocks.

You will notice at the end of the title of the Session the organization the information comes from, in relation to the speakers. We hope this helps frame the session content.

TRANSLATION SERVICES: Translation will be made available in specific rooms. Any presentations in those rooms will offer Spanish and Mandarin as languages translated. We do apologize if your language is not supported, and we ask that you please let us know about this so we can do better in the future. The rooms are:
K Building Rooms - 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11
P Building Rooms - 115, 116, 231

If you have questions, please email Miguel Fittoria at mifittoria@pausd.org
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Sarah Cornwell

Executive Director of Gamble Garden
Sarah Cornwell, her husband Trevor, and their daughter Maggie moved to Palo Alto in 2009 from Washington, DC. Maggie attends JLS and is a graduate of El Carmelo Elementary.
Sarah is originally from Ashland, Kentucky. She has a B.A. from Vanderbilt University and an M.S. from George Mason University.
Sarah Cornwell is the Executive Director of the Elizabeth F. Gamble Garden in Palo Alto. Gamble Garden is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing a community resource for horticultural education, inspiration and enjoyment, and maintaining the Palo Alto historic Gamble house and garden.
Prior to Gamble Garden, Sarah worked in the technology field at Ernst and Young for several years before opening her own boutique retail business in Washington, DC. She came to the Bay Area to work as Director of Marketing at appbackr.
She is a co-founder of Forum280, a group whose goal is to apply Silicon Valley thinking to political and social issues.