Personal Learning for a Digital Age

Innovate to Educate: A Symposium on Redesign for Personalized Learning will be held August 4-6, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts at the Harvard Club. Here is a list of the attendees. You can read a full list at the end of this page. If you would like to attend, information about registration can be found here.

Symposium Attendees
Richard D. Abrams, General Manager, Scholastic/Tom Snyder Productions
Daniel Aks, Chief Of Staff, McGraw-Hill Education
Lisa Barnett, VP, Products & Marketing, Atomic Learning
Wendy Battino, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Re-Inventing Schools Coalition
Karen Billings, Ed.D., Vice President, Education Division, SIIA
Sarah Brown Wessling, National Teacher of the Year & English Teacher, Johnston High School (Iowa)
Gene Carter, Executive Director & CEO, ASCD
Karen Cator, Director, Education, U.S. Department of Education
Linda Clark, Superintendent, Joint School District No. 2
Douglas Crets, Executive Editor, EdReformer, Vander Ark Ratcliff
Nina Cullen-Hamzeh, Academic Director, Marblehead Community Charter Public School
Jillian Darwish, Vice President, KnowledgeWorks
Chris Dede, Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies, Harvard University
Deborah Delisle, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ohio Department of Education
Deb DiCairano, National Vice President, Sales, RM Educational Software
Erin Dillon, Senior Policy Analyst, Education Sector
Joseph DiMartino, President, Center for Secondary School Redesign
Nick Donohue, President & CEO, Nellie Mae Education Foundation
Jane Feinberg, Senior Associate, FrameWorks Institute
Nicholas C. Gaehde, President & Chief Executive Officer, Lexia Learning Systems, Inc.
Joseph Graba, Founding Partner, Education Evolving
Lori Gully, Project Manager, Florida Virtual School- Global Services Division
Leah Hamilton, Program Officer, Carnegie Corporation of New York
Federick M. Hess, Resident Scholar & Director, Education Policy, American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Cindy Johanson, Executive Director, Edutopia
George Kane, Vice President, Product Development & Innovation, School Specialty
Marty Keast, President, School Division, Pearson
Sue Koch, Vice President, Marketing, School Specialty Intervention
Ted Kolderie, Senior Associate, Education Evolving
Keith R. Krueger, Chief Executive Officer, Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)
Douglas Levin, Executive Director, State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA)
Melinda Maddox, Director, Technology Initiatives, Alabama Department of Education
Jon Madian, Co-Founder, Smart Learning Communities
Monica Martinez, President, New Tech Network
Ann McMullan, Executive Director, Educational Technology, Klein Independent School District
Anh Nguyen, Portfolio Manager, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Steve Nordmark, Vice President, Solutions Management & Development, netTrekker
Carmi Paris, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development, Spectrum K12 School Solutions Inc.
Elizabeth Partoyan, Strategic Initiative Director, Next Generation Learners, Council of Chief State School Officers
Susan Patrick, President & CEO, International Association for K-12 Online Learning
Raymond Pecheone, Executive Director, Stanford University
Karen Pittman, Co-Founder, President & CEO, The Forum for Youth Investment
Alice Ray, Chief Executive Officer, Ripple Effects, Inc.
Joel Rose, CEO, School of One, New York City Department of Education
Caleb Schutz, President, The JASON Project, National Geographic Society
Roberta Selleck, Superntendent, Adams County School District 50 (CO)
Judy Seltz, Deputy Executive Director, Constituent Services, ASCD
Robert Spielvogel, CTO & Vice President, EDC
Thomas Squeo, Chief Information Officer, Measured Progress
Douglas Stein, Principal, MemeSpark LLC
Deborah Stirling, Ph.D., Senior Director, Research & Development, Adaptive Curriculum
Glen Taylor, Executive Director, Innovation & State & Federal Programs, Westwood Community School District
Barbara Treacy, Director, EDC/EdTech Leaders Online (ETLO)
Ken Wasch, President, SIIA
Gene Wilhoit, Executive Director, Council of Chief State School Officers
Judy Zimmy, Chief Program Development Officer, ASCD

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