Board of Directors

Dr. Stephanie Holmquist, Ph.D

Stephanie Holmquist Johnson, Ph.D

Dr. Stephanie Holmquist, Ph.D

Holmquist Educational Consultants
(HEC, inc.)
Board Secretary

Dr. Stephanie (Stephie) Kaye Holmquist is President and CEO of Holmquist Educational Consultants, Inc., a national career and technology education consulting firm in business since 1998. She has also served as the Associate Director of the David C. Anchin Center and an Adjunct Instructor at the University of South Florida- College of Education. Stephie was an adjunct instructor in Aviation Technology as well as Career and Technical Education at St. Petersburg College. 

She received a Ph.D. from the University of South Florida in Career and Workforce Education with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction, with a focus on Educational Robotics. Stephie has authored international STEM curriculum and consults globally in the area of Career and Technical Education and academic integration, specializing in STEM/STEAM education and professional development. She recently served as a panelist at Brown University on Societal Implications of Robotics. Her programs have won numerous state and national awards. She began her career as the director of the Professional Children’s Theatre in Tampa, FL, then became the Outreach Coordinator and Director of K.I.D.S. at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa, and then Director of Education and Marketing at Great Explorations the Hands-On Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. 

Stephie is an active volunteer in the Tampa Bay community including: Currently serving on the Editorial Review Board for the ITEEA Technology and Engineering Journal, current board member of the Early Learning Coalition of Hillsborough County, current Tampa Junior Achievement Board Member, Event Partner/Coordinator and Sponsor the State of Florida VEX Robotics Competition 2012-Present, Lead Event Partner VEX Robotics National Signature Event- University of South Florida 2019, past USF Foundation Board member, Past Chair-Government Relations Committee, USF Foundation, past member of USF Foundation Nominating and Development Committee, Past Chair and member for 19 years – Dean’ Circle- College of Education at the University of South Florida, past board member Children’s Board of Tampa Advisory Board Council, past Board Member 

Technology Student Association National and Florida State Coordinator for System Control Technology and Desktop Publishing, past Technology Student Association coordinator & judge for Georgia and Connecticut State Competitions, past National Judge for Skills USA Engineering Competition. Former Board Member-FL TSA, Skills USA National Technical Committee Member for Mobile Robotics , recipient of numerous professional educational awards from EPT, FTEA, TSA, and FACTE. Recipient of the “Order of the Golden Brahman”, University of South Florida, Recipient of the University of South Florida College of Education “Spirit of Partnership” Award 2016, Established the “Holmquist Educational Consultants, Inc. Scholarship” in Career and Technical Education at The University of South Florida College of Education. 



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The event sponsor reserves the right to cancel a learning event due to low registration. If a session is cancelled, those registered will be contacted by email and notified of the cancellation. A credit will be applied to the online account on file.


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Individuals who participate in ELCHC’s learning events have the right to know about the proprietary interest a trainer/ instructor may have in a product or service prior to attending. All trainers/instructors are required to disclose proprietary interest in any produce, instrument, device, service and/or materials discussed at an event training, program, or workshop, as well as the source of any compensation related to the presentation.


Continuing Education Units (CEUs) may be awarded for all learning events three hours or longer in duration. Learning events less than three hours will be awarded in-service hours upon completion. CEUs will be awarded upon successful completion of the learning event. To successfully complete the learning event, learners must arrive on time, attend all required sessions, be an active participant and complete all related assignments and/or surveys as defined by the trainer/instructor. Online training must have an engagement score of 75% or more. For all online training – CAMERAS MUST BE ON – NO EXCEPTIONS. Participant’s names for online training must match the name provided at registration.  Any required assignments or surveys will be outlined in the Training Description on our online platform. Learners are encouraged to contact trainers/ instructors with any questions and/or clarification needed regarding the successful completion of assignments or surveys. In-service hours will be awarded in place of CEUs if the learner does not meet the requirements of successful completion as defined by the instructor/trainer.
* Trainings may be recorded for educational purposes.


To earn an achievement bonus, you must be teaching in Hillsborough County and meet all the requirements of the course, including pre/post assessments, homework assignments, reflection, and LMS instructor evaluation (if applicable). Each individual is limited to four training achievement bonuses per training cycle, and bonuses will not be given for previously completed coursework. Additionally, a W9 form must be submitted, and the address on the form must match the address on your LMS account. If you have any questions, please contact Abbey Landa at


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All learning events/training sessions are designed for adult audiences. We ask that all registrants make the necessary childcare arrangements to meet the minimum requirements for participation in the learning event. Childcare is not available.