Kim Harrison recently stepped down from her position as a CUE Board member.  She began her CUE journey in 1998 and in 2007 as an officer of the CapCUE board serving as both President and Vice President. Harrison chaired the Fall CUE Conference Planning committee and served as the Fall CPC’s original Speaker Chair.

Jason Borgen, CUE President, wishes to thank Kim “for her dedication to the CUE mission and service during her tenure,” Borgen said. “All of us at CUE wish her well in her future endeavors.”

The CUE Board of Directors has announced that Dr. Tim Green, professor of Educational Technology and Teacher Education at California State University, Fullerton has been selected to take over the vacated spot as of November 7, 2019.

“Dr. Green brings extensive experience, dedication, and valuable expertise to the CUE Board of Directors,” remarked Borgen. “We are honored to round out the Board with representation from higher education and with a colleague who has a first-hand understanding of who we are as CUE and the work that we do.”

Dr. Green, a former K-12 educator, co-directs an online MS in Educational Technology and served as Director of Distance Education at CSU Fullerton for five years. Dr. Green is a researcher and published author. His current areas of interest are designing and delivering online distance education experiences, documenting trends and issues that influence educational technology and instructional design, and promoting educator choice and voice in their professional learning.

A dedicated CUE member for 20 years, Dr. Green’s work with the organization includes previous service as a member of the CUE Board of Directors, membership in CUE Higher Education Learning Network, in addition to being a well-known presenter and a helpful guy.

Dr. Green shared, “We serve the needs of our students best when we create positive teaching and learning environments. This is the most important work we do. CUE supports this through its emphasis on educational technology and how it impacts teaching and learning.” He added, “CUE is an advocate and champion for educational technology and improving student learning. I’m proud to be a part of the work that CUE brings forward.”

Continuing CUE Directors are Jason Borgen, Chief Technology Officer, Santa Cruz County Office of Education; Brian Briggs, Director of Innovation and instructional technology, PLESD; Myra Deister, Computer Science and Mathematics Teacher, Sunny Hills High School, Fullerton; Lisa DeLapo, Director of Information & Instructional Technology at Union School District, San Jose; Adina Sullivan-Marlow, Educational Technology Coordinator, San Marcos Unified; Lucio Padilla Jr. Director of Instructional Technology, Calexico Unified School District; Veronica Godinez, Principal, Pomona Unified School District, and Diane Main, Director of Learning, Innovation and Design (9-12) at The Harker School in San Jose.

For more information about the CUE Board of Directors, visit the CUE Board of Directors page.

About CUE
CUE, Computer-Using Educators, is a nonprofit educational corporation founded in 1978. CUE’s goal is to inspire innovative learners in all disciplines from preschool through college. With an active current membership of thousands of educational professionals, CUE supports many regional affiliates and Learning Networks. CUE conferences are California’s premier educational technology events. CUE is the largest organization of its type in the west and one of the largest in the United States.

Our members are important and as a value-added benefit, members are invited to participate in programs aimed at promoting and highlighting their success and achievements and furthering the mission of CUE.

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