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Sharon Golett – Caddo Parish Public Schools

For more than 20 years, Sharon Golett has been building and leading technology initiatives at the Caddo Parish School Board. Joining the organization in 1993 as a systems programmer analyst, Golett went on to become network manager for the school board in 2005 before being promoted to director of information technology in 2009. In her […]

Tom Fogu — Bayonne Board of Education

Technology has transformed the classroom in innumerable ways in recent years. Attendance, assessments and even classroom learning increasingly take place in the digital sphere, making technology professionals a vital part of any educational organization. In New Jersey, Director Tom Fogu, Assistant Director Dr. Karee McAndrew and Assistant Supervisor Melissa Sisk are working tirelessly to ensure […]

Stan Gorbatkin – Indian Prairie School District

Technology, and the role it plays in schools, is becoming increasingly complex. Navigating the emergence of new instructional technologies, successfully implementing them and measuring the value can be a difficult task. As chief technology officer (CTO) and assistant superintendent of technology Services for the Indian Prairie School District (IPSD) in Aurora/Naperville, Illinois, Stan Gorbatkin applies […]

Troy Boroughs – University of Richmond

Nestled in one of the country’s oldest cities, the University of Richmond is blazing a path to the future as a leader in campus technology. Founded in 1830, the University of Richmond was recently named one of the top 10 most wired universities in the country by the college ranking service Unigo, with more than […]

Bernie Castro – Cumberland County College

Bernie Castro began his career in information technology while he was still pursuing his undergraduate degree in business management at William Paterson University in New Jersey. Working as a student technology consultant, Castro trained faculty on various educational technology tools to be applied in the classrooms. It was at this position that Castro found his […]

Lisa Roy – Maine Maritime Academy

In a world where technology has become so embedded in the culture and everyday lives of people, the idea of information technology as a separate entity from companies and organizations is a thing of the past. Today, the ability to reach across departments and work collaboratively is crucial to the success of all IT projects […]

David Spann – McKinney Independent School District

As the current chief information officer at McKinney Independent School District (ISD), David Spann has spent 33 years in public education. Starting out as a classroom teacher, he eventually transitioned into an assistant principal role where he became involved with and in charge of the technology at the high school where he was working. After […]

Mark Finstrom – Highline Public Schools

In Burien, Washington, the Highline Public Schools bring together five cities with 39 schools and some 21,000 students, pre-K through 12th grade. K through 12th grade. The district is delivering classroom instruction a little differently than the standard chalkboard lesson. Once noted as an underperforming district, Highline is reaching new heights with higher test scores […]

John Champion, chief information officer – High Point University

Located in north-central North Carolina, High Point University (HPU) is a comprehensive liberal arts university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in fields such as business administration, biology, elementary education, human relations and criminal justice. As the school’s first chief information officer with an extensive background in both higher education and information technology (IT), John Champion […]

Keith Cronk – Harding University

Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, has been in operation since 1924. With remote campus locations in North Little Rock, and Memphis, Harding is a private Christian liberal arts and sciences institution and home to approximately 6,000 students. Harding is a big believer in the importance of global education and is widely recognized for its international […]

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