CUE Board of Directors

Andrew Schwab

Board President

(2013-2019)

Liaison

Affiliates

Central Valley CUE (CVCUE)

North Bay CUE (NBCUE)

Committees

Executive, Chair

Finance

Personnel Committee

Bio

Andrew Schwab is Associate Superintendent, Learning and Innovation for the Union School District in San Jose where he is helping transform teaching and learning in classrooms through integrating technology and creating world-class professional development opportunities. He holds administrative services and teaching credentials and is a graduate of CETPA’s CTO Mentor program, Andrew is also a Google Certified Teacher and an occasional podcaster. He can be found thinking outside the box on his blog. You can (and should) follow him on twitter @anotherschwab.

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Jason Borgen

Vice President / Treasurer

(2014-2020)

Liaison

Affiliates

CUE of Nevada (CUENV)

Committees

Affiliate Leadership

Executive

Finance, Chair

Professional Learning Advisory

Bio

A native to the use of technology in education, Jason taught middle school science and AVID from 2001-2007 in the Silicon Valley area.  Focused on the use of project-based learning through collaborative projects, he helped many students succeed through 24/7 learning environments. Jason earned a Master’s degree in educational leadership from San Jose State University and spent eight years with the Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL), a statewide project in California, funded by the California Department of Education. TICAL’s mission is to assist administrators across the state with technology integration and support. TICAL also provides services to the state of Arkansas.

During his tenure working out of the Santa Cruz County Office of Education, Jason provided professional development workshops and credential coursework to local teachers and administrators. Jason is currently Director of Learning & Innovation for Portola Valley School District overseeing Curriculum, Assessment, Professional Development, Information and Education Technology. Jason presents at regional, statewide, national, and international conferences as well as leads workshops for CUE, International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), and California Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (CASCD).

Jason has worked with several schools and districts in technology planning and has provided professional development in the integration of technology to engage students, increase student achievement, and develop higher order, college and career-ready skills in the 21st century. Jason has helped design curriculum for the nationally-recognized Leading Edge Certification program to support innovative educators. He is a Google Certified Innovator (Mountain View 2008) and a Google Education Trainer. To disconnect, Jason enjoys traveling, hiking, playing drums, and spending time with his family and two dogs.

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Kim Harrison

Secretary

(2016-2019)

Liaison

Affiliates

Capitol CUE (CapCUE)

Committees

Fall Conference Planning

Executive

Legislative Advocacy

Personnel Committee

Bio

Kim is the Chief Technology Officer for the Folsom-Cordova USD and has more than 12 years of experience leading professional development focused on using technology tools to engage students in meaningful and purposeful ways.  A CUE member since 1998, Kim’s work with CUE began in 2007 as an officer of the CapCUE board where she has served as both President and Vice President.  Kim chaired the Fall CUE Conference Planning committee and served as the committee’s first Speaker Chair.

With over 20 years in education, Kim is passionate about purposeful technology use in the classroom and its impact on the lives of our students and communities. This commitment to students is communicated in the work that she does on behalf of CUE and Folsom-Cordova USD.  Finally, Kim is a Google Certified Innovator, Leading Edge Certified Educator, LEC Online and Blended Teacher, Administrator, and Professional Learning Leader, CUE Rock Star Faculty, 2016 CETPA CTO graduate, and was honored in 2014 with the CUE Gold Disk award.  These roles provide opportunities to share her commitment to effective technology integration for students and teachers.

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Adina Sullivan-Marlow

Assistant Treasurer

(2017-2020)

Liaison

Affiliates

Kern CUE

San Diego CUE (SDCUE)

Santa Barbara CUE (SBCUE)

Committees

Audit, Chair

Executive

Finance

Spring Conference Planning

Bio

Adina is an Educational Technology Coordinator for San Marcos Unified, a K-12 district with over 22,000 students. In this role, her primary responsibility is to develop and implement face-to-face, on-demand, and online professional development programs/resources for teachers, classified staff, and administrators. Adina has also served as a San Diego CUE Board Member/Tech Fair Speaker Chair, CUE Google in Education West Coast Summit Event Committee Member, and CUE Communications Committee Chair. As part of her personal growth, Adina earned Google Innovator & Trainer Certifications, Leading Edge Online/Blended Teacher & Professional Developer Certifications, and Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship Trainer Certification. She has served as adjunct faculty for California State University San Marcos in support of teacher candidates and a Leading Edge Certification instructor for the San Diego County Office of Education. Adina has also been a presenter at numerous events including local CUE affiliate events, CUE National and Fall Conferences, CUE Rock Star and Black Label events, Google Summits, the California State Library Association Conference, the California Parent Teacher Association Conference, EduCon, and ISTE Conferences. Other activities include being an Organizer for EdCamp San Diego and Better Teacher Together Teacher Summit Edcamps, serving as San Diego Google Educators Group (GEG) Leader, and founding EquityEDU – a community of educators dedicated to better understanding of student equity issues and putting positive solutions in place to address those issues.

Adina lives with her family in San Diego, California and is always to ready plan new travel adventures, find new things to learn, and collaborate on new projects.

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Diane Main

Member-at-Large

(2016-2019)

Liaison

Affiliates

CUE San Francisco (CUESF)

San Luis Obispo CUE (SLOCUE)

Committees

Communications

Executive

Bio

Diane Main serves as Director of Learning, Innovation and Design (9-12) at The Harker School in San Jose, California.  She has been an educator for over twenty years, both in New Jersey and California.  She has been adjunct faculty for San Diego State University’s Learning Design and Technology department and MERIT/KCI faculty at Krause Center for Innovation and Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California.  Diane is a former Program Director of the MERIT program at KCI, and is a Google for Education Certified Innovator from the original November 2006 Google Teacher Academy.  Other EdTech activities include presenting at conferences nationwide, serving as president for the board of SVCUE, and presenting at CUE Rock Star Teacher Camps, Macworld, ISTE, and other events.  She has been on the CUE Communications Committee, written for the OnCUE Journal, helped facilitate CUE LDI on her campus, and attended/presented at dozens of conferences, local affiliate events, and CUE Rock Star Camps over the past decade.

Diane serves on the Teacher Advisory Board of Remind, as well as the Geo Teachers Advisory Board for Google Geo Education Outreach.  As such, she helps plan and deliver Geo Teacher Institutes, and she also is an advisor for Remind on their mission, growth, and outcomes.  Over time, Diane has pioneered professional development around subjects about which she is passionate, such as geotools in education, geocaching, creating song parodies, and MinecraftEdu for game-based learning.  She also created a new graduate level 1-credit seminar on Google Tools for San Diego State University’s Learning Design and Technology department.  She is an avid attendee and past co-organizer of EdCamps around Northern California, and she has, in recent years, begun moving to a more discussion-based audience participatory style for presentation sessions whenever possible.

Diane lives with her husband and son in Santa Clara, California.

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Brian Briggs

Member

(2018-2021)

Bio

The Director of Innovation and Instructional Technology for PLESD. I wear many hats from managing wireless networks, rolling devices, running staff professional developments, and coaching teachers. Presented at several CUE events over the last several years. This is my 20th year in education where I started as a Kindergarten teacher. I am also honored to be an Executive Director for the MERIT program at the Krause Center of Innovation at Foothill College. CUE social media team with the Check This Out podcast.

Certifications I possess: Google Certified Inn., Google Certified Trainer, Google Certified Inn. Mentor, Raspberry Pi Cert Educator, CUE Steampunk Advisory, CUE Rockstar Lead Learner

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Myra Deister

Member

(2017-2020)

Bio

Myra Deister is a computer science and mathematics teacher and a math tech coach at Sunny Hills High School, Fullerton where she was named teacher of the year in 2012. She has earned a bachelor’s degree from CSULB with a major in mathematics and a minor in business education. Additionally, she has earned master’s degrees in Software Engineering from National University and education and mathematics from CSUF. Myra is a Leading Edge Certified Educator. In addition to serving on the OCCUE board, she serves on the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) LA/OC Chapter and CTSA Inland Empire Chapter boards.

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Lisa Delapo

Member

(2018-2021)

Bio

Lisa DeLapo serves as the Innovator in Residence, a full-time faculty position at Krause Center for Innovation at Foothill College. She is also the Program Director for MERIT, a program that elevates learning and teaching for classroom educators. Lisa formerly worked as the Director of Innovation, Design, and Technology at Lafayette School District, where she was promoted from a technology integration coaching position. She also worked in K-12 private schools prior to her time in Lafayette. Lisa is a Google Certified Innovator (GTAMTV14), a MERIT13 Fellow, and a Microsoft Innovative Educator. In 2016, she was honored with a CUE Gold Disk award.

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Veronica Godinez

Member

(2018-2021)

Liaison

Affiliates

Inland Area CUE (IACUE)

San Gabriel Valley CUE (SGVCUE)

Committees

Learning Network Leadership

Bio

I started​ my​ ​career​ ​as​ ​teacher.  ​I ​then​ ​moved​ ​to​ ​Idaho​ ​and​ ​served​ ​as​ ​a​ ​MS ​Teacher serving the at-risk students and​ ​during​ ​the​ ​summer​ ​I​ ​helped​ ​students​ ​recover credits​ ​via​ ​an​ ​online​ ​program. I opened up the first District Online School to serve the homeschool community in  grades K through 8th in Idaho Falls, Idaho. I moved back to California and duplicated the online school one more time for LEUSD.I have ​ ​worked​ ​as​ ​an​ ​administrator​ ​in​ ​San​ ​Bernardino County and​ served​ ​as​ ​a Tech TOA/TOSA ​ for OMSD. I have​ ​a​ ​passion​ ​for​ ​Computer​ ​Science​.

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Board Meeting Calendar

October 12, 2018

American Canyon, CA

December 6, 2018

Inland Empire, CA

JANUARY 10, 2019

Monterey, CA

April 18, 2019

San Diego, CA

May 30, 2019

Chico, CA