Board of Directors

Bill Bass

Bill Bass

President
Innovation Coordinator
Parkway School District

Mila Thomas Fuller, Ed.D.

Mila Thomas Fuller, Ed.D.

Past President
Interim Director of Online Learning
University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign

Michael McVey, Ed.D.

Michael McVey, Ed.D.

Secretary
Professor
Eastern Michigan University

Randy Hansen, Ed.D.

Randy Hansen, Ed.D.

Treasurer
Acting Vice Dean
University of Maryland University College

Richard Culatta

Richard Culatta


Chief Executive Officer
ISTE

Nikole Blanchard

Nikole Blanchard

Member-at-Large
ISTE Board Member
The Dunham School

Gary Brantley

Gary Brantley

Member-at-Large
Chief Information Officer
City of Atlanta

Hall Davidson

Hall Davidson

Member-at-Large
Senior Director, Global Learning Initiatives
Discovery Education

Ruth Okoye, Ed.D.

Ruth Okoye, Ed.D.

Member-at-Large
Director of K12 Initiatives
The Source for Learning

Cecilia Rodriguez Alcala

Cecilia Rodriguez Alcala

Member-at-Large
Senior Policy Advisor for Social Programs and Innovation
Ministry of Finance - Paraguay

Julianne Ross-Kleinmann

Julianne Ross-Kleinmann

Member-at-Large
Technology Integration Specialist
Dutchess BOCES

Ed Snow

Ed Snow

Member-at-Large
Educational Consultant

Mary Wegner, Ed.D.

Mary Wegner, Ed.D.

Member-at-Large
Superintendent
Sitka School District

Jan Zanetis

Jan Zanetis

Member-at-Large
Managing Director
Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration

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Meet the rest of our ISTE Team

Schedule

2019
Feb 9-10: Arlington, VA
June 20-21: Philadelphia, PA
Sept 13-14: Portland, OR
Dec 6-7: Arlington, VA


2020
Feb 28-29: Arlington, VA
June 25-26: Anaheim, CA
Sept 11-12: Portland, OR
Dec 4-5: Arlington, VA


2021
Feb 26-27: Arlington, VA
June 24-25: San Antonio, TX
Sept 10-11: Portland, OR
Dec 3-4: Arlington, VA


2022
Feb 25-26: Arlington, VA
June 24-25: New Orleans, LA
Sept 9-10: Portland, OR
Dec 2-3: Arlington, VA


Board News

Exploring the ISTE Board Governance Changes

by User Not Found | Mar 12, 2013
In an effort to become more effective, nimble, and responsive, the ISTE Board of Directors has approved the decision to move away from a constituency-based board. Some changes to the board will include fewer members and longer terms. The board will focus on electing members based on how their skills and experience align with the needs of the organization. Our hope is that these changes will give individual board members a better opportunity to make an impact through longer service, mentorship, and representation of more than a single constituency.

Going forward, all board positions will be “at large.” The board nominations committee will be looking for candidates who know ISTE, represent geographical and experiential diversity, and have competencies in any of the following areas: financial, advocacy, policy governance, or experience serving on a board. The board remains committed to finding dedicated, knowledgeable, and skilled members who can effectively represent multiple groups within our member communities.

The Call for Participation, which opens January 4, 2013, is your opportunity to nominate yourself for a board position. Please visit ISTE's website to learn more about ISTE board member service and requirements. You can also download the official ISTE Board Information Packet (PDF).

The board will continue to connect directly with membership to learn more about the needs of the organization and to effectively guide the work of ISTE.

If you have any questions or comments regarding our new board model, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you for your support of the ISTE mission and all that you do to improve teaching and learning for educators and students around the world.

Sincerely,

Holly Jobe

ISTE Board President
hjobe@iste.org

Become a Board Member

Voting for the ISTE Board of Directors opens Nov. 4


ISTE is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) public-benefit corporation that is governed by an elected board of directors. The board provides strategic leadership, vision, and fiduciary oversight as it works to ensure progress toward organizational goals.

The members of the ISTE Board of Directors are extremely interested in hearing from and connecting with ISTE members. In an effort to stay apprised of your opinions and perspectives, we’ve formed a Membership Linkage Committee to actively seek out trends and issues that matter to members. The committee meets regularly to address this feedback and use it to inform organizational decision making, direction and initiatives as well as to evaluate how best to keep members updated regarding the work of the board.

Share your comments, concerns or ideas with the Membership Linkage Committee.