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Please join us for Innovation Exchange, 2018!
Presented by Noblesville Schools & Hamilton Southeastern Schools
June 7th and 8th, 2018
Fishers High School
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
#inexch18

View the daily time schedule here.

To Register For Your Breakouts:
  • View this quick video,  if needed, on how to sign up, log in, and use Sched.
  • If you already have a Sched Account, you can use the same sign in credentials from before.  
  • If you don’t have a Sched Account: Click ’Sign Up’ (upper right). Sign Up with school email is recommended.
  • After your account is created, log in and click bubbles to choose your keynote, lunch & breakout sessions.
  • All conference attendees will participate in the Keynote sessions in the auditorium, so please be sure to select them to add them to your schedule.
  • All conference attendees should select lunch for each day they will be in attendance.  This will help in ordering the right number of meals!
  • Click a bubble to ’uncheck’ if you need to withdraw from the session at any time - this will open your seat to others.

Additional Information:
  • Don’t forget to purchase your ticket here.  It will be required for registration.  Presenters, HSE Staff, Noblesville Staff, and PBL Participants may use their Promotional Code prior to selecting a ticket type.
  • In Sched, you can choose your view by changing the drop down option under ’Schedule’.  Simple shows titles - hover over title to see details in a pop out window.  Expanded shows titles + details for every session.  Grid shows the sessions in blocks, so you can check for overlapping times.
  • Sessions may have attendance limits, so register early and please release your seat if you are unable to attend or choose a different session.
  • All events will be held at Fishers High School.  Enter campus from the Promise Road entrance (look for the brown house).  Enter the building using door FH19.
  • PGP points will be awarded for both days.
  • Please be sure to scan the QR code on the way out the door at the end of each day and enter your information for attendance and PGPs.
  • Read the session descriptions carefully and note if you should download any apps or create any accounts prior to arriving, or bring along materials to work with.
  • Bring along your fully charged devices for the day.
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Blair Milo

State of Indiana
Secretary for Career Connections and Talent
Indianapolis, IN
Blair Milo currently serves as the State of Indiana’s first Secretary for Career Connections and Talent.  Appointed by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb into the position created by Executive Order in August of 2017, Secretary Milo serves as the state’s Chief Talent Officer as Indiana works to fill an estimated one million job openings over the next ten years. She also serves on the recently created Governor’s Workforce Cabinet, a body dedicated to shaping education and workforce training for a 21st Century workforce.
Prior to her appointment to Governor Holcomb’s Cabinet, Secretary Milo served as Mayor of La Porte, Indiana after being first elected in 2011 and reelected in 2015.  During her time in office, Mayor Milo focused her administration on building the most conducive climate for economic development growth, providing for sustainable infrastructure needs and fostering a community dedication toward positive lifestyle choices.
During her time as Mayor, Secretary Milo was appointed by then Indiana Governor Mike Pence to the State Workforce Innovation Council where she chaired the Career Counseling Task Force.  In April 2017 she testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Republican Policy Committee on the challenges and opportunities before the American Worker.  She was a member of Governing Magazine’s 2017 Women in Government Leadership Series made up of 25 elected women from across the country.  Secretary Milo serves on the Indiana Advisory Alliance for the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition and the Board of Governors for the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series.
Prior to her roles in public service, Secretary Milo served as a Surface Warfare Officer in the U.S. Navy.  She first served as the Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer then as Electrical Officer in USS Mason (DDG 87) from January 2005 until May 2007, completing two Persian Gulf deployments.  She then deployed to the Destroyer Squadron 50 staff based in Manama, Bahrain and served as the Assistant Operations Officer, daily scheduler for the Northern Arabian Gulf battle space, Public Affairs Officer and as Tactical Watch Officer for the Commander.  After serving in Bahrain and Iraq, Milo transferred to the Chief of Naval Operations staff at the Pentagon working for the Director of Surface Warfare.  In July 2010, Milo transitioned from active to reserve duty where she served at the Office of Naval Intelligence and NATO Warfare Development Group.  She was awarded the 2017 American Legion Military Person of the Year (Reserve Category) for the State of Indiana.
Blair Milo was born and raised in La Porte, Indiana and graduated from La Porte High School.  She attended Purdue University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a commission as an Ensign in the United States Navy in 2004.  In 2010, she earned a Master’s Degree in Legislative Affairs from the George Washington University.