Featured Speakers and Presenters
Chief Applications Officer, Microsoft
Rob Curtin has been working with technology in education for more than 15 years. He is Microsoft’s Industry Solutions Manager for Higher Education. In addition to his work with Microsoft’s strategic clients in the US, Rob also leads the MS Higher Education Advisory Group (HEAG).
Senior Education Evangelist, Google, Inc
Jaime Casap is the Senior Education Evangelist at Google, Inc. With more than 15 years of technology experience, Jaime is responsible for working with educational institutions and organizations to bring current and future technological innovations into the education environment. In his role, he evangelizes the power of technology and the use of Google tools, such as Google Apps and Chromebooks, to help students build the skills needed to succeed, close the digital divide, and help level the playing field. He has worked with hundreds of school systems, universities, and states to build the capability to bring Google tools to millions of teachers and students.
In addition to his work at Google, Jaime is a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University, where he teaches graduate classes in leadership, organizational behavior, innovation, and public policy.
Jaime also serves on Arizona’s STEM Education Board, Harvard’s Unleashing Innovation in Education committee, Arizona State University’s School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering’s Advisory Council, New Global Citizens Board of Directors, and is a member of Jeb Bush and Bob Wise’s Digital Learning Council.
Associate Director of Teaching, Learning and Professional Development, EDUCAUSE
Shannon is currently Associate Director of Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development (TLPD) at EDUCAUSE. In this capacity, Shannon supports and promotes community collaboration in order to enable TLPD to design professional programs to advance IT leadership in higher education, with a specific focus on those who lead, manage, and use information resources to shape strategic decisions. TLPD also includes the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), a community of higher education institutions and organizations committed to advancing learning through IT innovation.
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