Carol Rava


Carol is the CEO of the Technology Alliance, where she works with many of the state’s top business, education, and civic leaders who share a commitment to the innovation-driven economy. Together they believe that technology is a force for good and that strengthening the foundation of our innovation economy – education, research, entrepreneurism – will benefit the whole state. Prior to joining the Tech Alliance, Carol helped launch and establish Get Schooled, a national non-profit with a highly engaging digital platform to help low-income students on their path through high school and onto college. She has worked at Seattle Public Schools leading strategy and external partnerships, and at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where over eight years in policy and communications roles, she held six different managerial positions. Her most important job is as the mother of three Generation Z youth. Carol graduated from Harvard with a BA in History & Religion and from Stanford with a Master’s in Education Policy. She has (proudly) called Seattle home for more than 20 years. Contact Carol at or (206) 389-7261. 

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Meghan Hoey

Program Manager

Meghan is the Program Manager of the Technology Alliance, where she works closely with Carol and Technology Alliance Board to effectively design and execute the organization's key activities - from events to research reports to programs, and operations management. Prior to joining the Tech Alliance, Meghan managed and helped develop the Pacific Northwest FlyBarre program at Flywheel Sports, where she still instructs. She has worked at Ste. Michelle Wine Estates leading promotions and trade marketing development company-wide, and at Treasury Wine Estates, where she helped manage the company's Washington State business, and was later promoted to national sales account management. She is proud to claim her 2017 Coeur d'Alene Ironman Finisher title. Meghan graduated with a BA in Journalism and has an MBA, with a concentration in Sustainability Strategy, from Seattle University. Contact Meghan at or (206) 389-7261.