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Ellen Dorr – Renton School District

There are times when she might miss the personal interaction of the classroom —one doesn’t teach for 12 years, as Ellen Dorr did in and around Seattle, without being committed to educating our youth. In the past few years she’s been able to reach more children through her role as chief technology officer for the […]

Michelle Williams – Lancaster Independent School District

In May of 2015, when it came time for Texas’ Lancaster Independent School District (LISD) to start the construction of two new elementary schools—and top-to-bottom renovations of two more schools—the first people Michelle Williams needed to talk to weren’t tech vendors or peers from other districts. They weren’t from the mayor’s office or the Texas […]

Tony Moore – Xavier University of Louisiana

The way Tony Moore sees it, students enter college much like diamonds in the rough, but over their educational tenure they are cultivated—buffed and polished—and eventually emerge as gleaming new contributing members of society. As the vice president of technology administration at Xavier University of Louisiana—and with more than 13 years dedicated to higher ed—Moore […]

John Martin – Inter-Lakes School District

On his first day of work, John Martin, the director of technology and innovation at the Inter-Lakes School District in New Hampshire, came out swinging—literally. Sledgehammer in hand, Martin (and his team) busted down the walls and gutted the technology department space previously described as “the rat’s maze.” The message he sent and the sign […]

Rich Boettner – Hilliard City School District

Think about it: How long has it been since you last looked at your phone or other handheld device—or are you reading these very words on it? Do you think you could go 5 minutes? Fifteen minutes? A half-hour without checking your notifications or pinging a friend? With technology comes responsibility, and it’s a hard […]

Elizabeth Collins – University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus

Elizabeth Collins remembers the early days of technology at the University of Colorado Foundation, teaching a co-worker how to use a computer mouse by doing the drag-and-drop game of solitaire on some recently installed software. To say technology has changed since then is an understatement. Now savvy students and a legion of researchers walk across […]

Patrick Perry – California State University’s Chancellors Office

Patrick Perry is a smart guy with just a bit of a mental bone to chew on. The question before him is figuring out the best way to meet and transform the technological needs of the California State University system and make technology resources easily accessible to students at the same time. No small task. […]

Fernando Thompson – Universidad de las Américas Puebla

The technology industry has been productive and satisfying for Fernando Thompson, and he’d encourage young people to give it consideration for their own good, as well as for the greater world. More on that later. At any rate, he reminds there’s no avoiding info-tech no matter what line of work today’s students choose, and their […]

Liza Klumpar – Franklin Pierce School District

If you ask Liza Klumpar to describe the impact of Franklin Pierce School District’s (FPSD) 1:1 initiative—aimed at outfitting every student with a personal laptop—prepare for a beaming barrage of numbers: 3,600 student devices in elementary schools by the end of 2018; a total of 7,800 across the district by the end of 2019. Or […]

Keith McIntosh – University of Richmond

Within weeks of arriving at the University of Richmond (UR) in August 2016, when the verdant beauty of the campus still felt new and slightly surreal, a barely unpacked Keith McIntosh faced his first major test: what to do with the school’s aging enterprise resource planning platform (ERP). Some faculty, staff and administrators wanted to […]

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