Colorado Teaching, Learning, and Technology
University of Colorado , Denver, www.ctlt.org
2002-Present
Director
•Assists with the overall management of K-16 training center affiliated with the University of Colorado at Denver.
•Coordinates staff development program
•Serves as lead trainer on various education technology projects including Palm handheld computers, Intel Teach to the Future in-service and pre-service curriculum, and standards-based curriculum.
•Designs and delivers customized staff development workshops and institutes for P-20 organizations.

Academy School District 20, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Jan-July 2007
Director, Information Technology, Educational Services
•Plan and oversee district educational technology staff development

Education Consultant
1995-Present
•Consultant, International Society for Technology in Education, ISTE, www.iste.org (2004-Present)
•Senior Trainer, Intel Education Initiative, www.intel.com/education
(2001- Present)
•Consultant and presenter for the Leadership and Learning Center, www.leadandlearn.com (2006-present)
•Coordinated the National School Boards Association Mobile Laptop Learning Lab, designing and delivering training activities. (1998-2002)
•Coordinated technology and staff development for 3-year, $750,000 grant on “Technology Literacy” for three Colorado school districts. (1998-2001)
•Served as Technology Coordinator for University of Denver’s Teacher Education Program training faculty and students in the application of educational technologies that support teaching and learning. (2001-02)
•Served as senior trainer for statewide PT3 and K-12 projects with the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology in Colorado. (2000-02)
•Coordinated multi-state technology projects and grants for the US WEST Foundation and served as lead trainer for numerous K-12 staff development programs supported by the foundation. (1994-2000)
•Evaluated and assisted with the design of numerous K-12 education grant programs supported by AT&T Broadband. (1998-2001)
•Assisted on the Education Commission of the States technology agenda “Harnessing Technology for Teaching and Learning”. (1998)

Teacher
1994-1995
•Served as a high school math teacher in new Interactive Mathematics Program at Eaglecrest H.S. in the Cherry Creek School District

Colorado Education Association
1988-94
President
•Managed and implemented activities and policies of 28,000 member state association.

Cherry Creek Education Association
1984-88
President
•Served as first full-time release president of 1200 member association.

Teacher and Administrator
1969-70, 1972-85
•Served as a classroom teacher, a department chairperson, an assistant principal, and taught all levels of mathematics in the Jefferson County(Bear Creek and Columbine H.S.) and Cherry Creek (Overland H.S.) school districts.

Peace Corps Volunteer, Ghana, West Africa
1970-72
•Served as instructor in teacher training college and was in charge of logistics of a 300 person new volunteer training program.

APPOINTED POSITIONS

•Colorado Graduation Guidelines Development Council – 2008
•Mid-continental Research for Education and Learning, Board of Directors,
www.mcrel.org 1996-2006 – Chairperson (2003-05)
•Presidential Scholars Commissioner 1992-2000, Presidential Appointment
•Colorado Goals Panel – 1993-98
•Colorado Commission on Information Management – 1995-98
•Colorado Technology Learning Committee – 1993-94
•Governor’s board of advisors to create a Western Governor’s University – 1993-94

VOLUNTEER/COMMUNITY POSITIONS

•Eaglecrest High School, Sci-Tech Advisory Committee 2000-2007
•Aurora Youth Soccer Coach 1995-2000
•Overland High School Band Parents Association 2002-05
•Colorado Democratic Party, Treasurer 1995-1998

EDUCATION

•M.A. (Mathematics), University of Colorado, 1974
•B.A. (Mathematics), University of Colorado, 1969
•Graduate of Arvada West H.S., 1965