IFE’s Future Frontiers program to host Inaugural speaker Darin Gray, Ed.D.

We are excited to announce the Institute for Education’s newest program, “Future Frontiers“! Future Frontiers aims to bridge the gap in high school students’ understanding of future career paths by assembling diverse speakers. Aligned with the IFE mission to partner with various leaders and foster a culture of bipartisanship and civic engagement, Future Frontiers seeks to empower students by offering firsthand insights into various career and life paths. This program strives to equip students with the knowledge and inspiration to navigate their futures confidently.

The program’s inaugural speaker will be Darin Gray, Ed.D.  As the Co-Director of the K-12 STEM Center, Darin oversees Center logistics and operations, supervises STEM outreach to K-12 students, forges new partnerships with STEM organizations within and outside of the University, and oversees data-driven program analyses. He teaches an introduction to engineering course and a cybersecurity seminar at USC. Darin is also a sergeant in the California State Guard, which provides cybersecurity training and assists with the cybersecurity of State systems. In 2023, Dr. Gray was announced as NCWIT’s First DoD STEM Ambassador.  Read Dr. Gray’s Bio.


Feb 26 2024


11:30 AM - 1:00 PM


H-B Woodlawn School
Arlington, Virginia