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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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

ISTE Board approves new Portland office location

by Diana Fingal | Apr 21, 2016
ISTE - Connected learning. Connected world.The ISTE Board of Directors held its regularly scheduled March meeting in Portland, Oregon, March 11-12. The following is an update on some of the key decisions and events related to the meeting:

ISTE Portland office

As previously reported, more than a year ago (with the lease on the ISTE Eugene, Oregon, office set to expire in August 2016), ISTE engaged an outside firm to assist in determining whether ISTE should maintain its West Coast office in Eugene, or consider moving it to another West Coast location. With an eye on the long-term goals of the organization and a desire to enhance staff recruitment ability, the ISTE Board of Directors determined at its December 2015 meeting that Portland, Oregon, was the best match for the nonprofit and directed staff to seek office space there. 

During the March meeting, board members toured two potential office locations in Portland. These two spaces had been identified after a thorough review of multiple options in the city. After the visits, the board voted to authorize CEO Brian Lewis to finalize negotiations for a lease of one of the spaces. That process is now underway. 

Changes to ISTE board 

As previously reported to members, Matt Harris resigned as ISTE chair at the March meeting. Per the organization's bylaws, immediate past president Kecia Ray was installed as chair and Mila Thomas Fuller was named chair-elect. 

Ray will serve as chair until Dec. 31, 2016; Fuller will become chair Jan. 1, 2017.

In further action, Karen Swift, head of Business and Digital Technologies at James Nash SHS in Queensland, Australia, was appointed to the board. Swift was a candidate in the most recent ISTE board election. Swift will serve through December 2017.

Board member Johnson hosts reception

ISTE board member and treasurer Paige Johnson, education strategist at Intel Education, hosted a reception at her home in concert with the March board meeting. 

Attending the reception were members of the ISTE board, local and regional members of the the education community (including representatives from local school districts), representatives from ISTE affiliates in the region, ISTE Corporate Members and ISTE staff members. 

The event provided an outstanding opportunity for members of all of these groups to connect and discuss current ed tech issues. 

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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.

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