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The MassCUE Board of Directors is made up of educators with a passion for technology in education. This group of volunteers brings a variety of skills and expertise to MassCUE and plays a key role in the organization’s strategic direction. They are innovators, thought leaders and community connectors. Above all, they are committed to MassCUE’s mission to educate, connect and inspire educators across the Commonwealth.
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Heidi MacGregor is the K-5 STEM Integration Specialist for Littleton Public Schools in Littleton, Massachusetts. She is an International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Certified Educator and was…
Heidi MacGregor is the K-5 STEM Integration Specialist for Littleton Public Schools in Littleton, Massachusetts. She is an International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Certified Educator and was honored as a recipient of a 2023 ISTE 20 to Watch Award. Heidi is a STEM Education enthusiast and is always looking for new and exciting ways to amplify student voice, cultivate curiosity and inspire learners. She is a proud Lesley University alum, where she earned her M.Ed. Prior to joining the field of education, Heidi worked in various professional roles in technology including website design, network support, and helpdesk management.
BOARD PRESIDENT-ELECT, APPOINTED, 2023-2025, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE CHAIR, BYLAWS POLICIES & PROCEDURES COMMITTEE MEMBER, ELECTIONS COMMITTEE MEMBER
Steve Guditus is the Principal of Eddy Elementary School in Brewster, MA, which is part of the Nauset Regional School District. Steve is passionate about student engagement, innovation, and integrating edtech with fidelity, purpose, and to facilitate higher order thinking. Steve is passionate about building relationships with educators and learning from one another. Steve has presented at various local, regional, and national conferences, and was a 2017 MassCUE Pathfinder Award Recipient. Steve is a co-organizer of EdCamp Boston, and has served on various panels and cabinets, including the The Teacher Collaborative, TeachersConnect, Venture Cafe, and the DESE Principal Cabinet. Steve earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Hamilton College in Clinton, NY, a master’s degree in teaching and learning from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a master’s degree in organizational management from Endicott College. He was a director of educational technology for the Tri-Town School Union, which serves the elementary schools of Boxford, Topsfield and Middleton, MA; a middle school social studies teacher at Blake Middle School in Medfield, MA; an assistant principal at Stony Brook Middle School in Westford, MA; and a principal at Manchester-Essex Regional Middle School in Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA prior to his current role.
Board TREASURER, Elected, 2023-2025, FINANCE COMMITTEE CO-CHAIR, FALL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE MEMBER
TJ Carron currently serves as the Director of Technology for the Southern Worcester County Regional Vocational School District, as well as an Adjunct Professor at Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester. Prior to this, he served for a decade with Northborough & Southborough Public Schools in a variety of technology support positions, most recently District Technology Manager.
TJ has been involved in MassCUE for what must be a decade, since the move of the fall conference venue to Gillette Stadium. Each year he was eager to see the work of the MassCUE Board and many others as the walkways became smaller and smaller as more administrators, educators, and students packed the venue to share our combined passion for EdTech.
Board Secretary 2023-2025, Awards and Recognition Committee Chair, Fall Conference Committee/Interactive Spaces Co-Lead
Kim is a Library/Media Specialist at the M. E. Small Elementary School in West Yarmouth. Kim received her undergraduate degree from Westfield State University and her Masters in Library and Information Studies at the University of Rhode Island. She has been in her present position for 10 years and worked in the Barnstable Public Schools for 20 years. She is a member of MSLA and AASL.
Jacqueline Collins is a National Board Certified Teacher in Career and Technical Education, specializing in Business, Marketing, and Financial Services. She has called Mansfield High School home since 2006,…
Jacqueline Collins is a National Board Certified Teacher in Career and Technical Education, specializing in Business, Marketing, and Financial Services. She has called Mansfield High School home since 2006, where she is a business teacher and instructional technology specialist. Jacqueline previously served nine years on the MassCUE Board of Directors, eight of which were in the role of Treasurer. Over the years, she’s held many leadership roles at both the state and national levels. She is a financial literacy advocate and co-authored the 2021 National Standards for Personal Financial Education.
Jacqueline holds a BS BA in Accounting and Computer Information Systems from Stonehill College, an MBA in Marketing from Marist College, an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Framingham State University, and a Certificate in Online Learning and Teaching from Endicott College.
2021 National Business Teacher of the Year
2015 Massachusetts Business Teacher of the Year
2015 Leavey Award for Excellence in Private Enterprise Education
2016 & 2017 Finalist Massachusetts STEM Teacher of the Year
2017 Semifinalist Massachusetts Teacher of the Year
Dr. Klingaman is currently the Superintendent of Schools for the Duxbury Public School district. Dr. Klingaman began her professional career working with adolescents with mental health and behavioral challenges…
Dr. Klingaman is currently the Superintendent of Schools for the Duxbury Public School district. Dr. Klingaman began her professional career working with adolescents with mental health and behavioral challenges in a residential treatment program and later worked as a special education teacher in the Wrentham Public School district before beginning her successful 18-year career in school administration. Dr. Klingaman served as the Assistant Principal of Central Elementary School in East Bridgewater, the Principal of L.G. Nourse Elementary School in Norton, the Principal of Joseph W. Martin, Jr. Elementary School in North Attleboro, and Assistant Superintendent of Schools for Duxbury Public Schools. Dr. Klingaman holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Northeastern University, a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Bridgewater State University, a Post-Baccalaureate Degree in Special Education from Bridgewater State University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Dr. Klingaman previously served on the MassCUE Board of Directors as well as the Principals’ Advisory Cabinet for the Department of Secondary and Elementary Education (DESE). Dr. Klingaman was a member of the DESE development team that wrote and developed tools for The Inclusive Practices Guidebook. Dr. Klingaman’s doctoral research focused on school culture, change theory, and effective leadership practices. She has led teacher and administrator professional development and coursework in curriculum, pedagogy, and technology integration.
Dr. Klingaman lives in Attleboro with her husband and two children.
Alan November is an international leader in education technology. He began his career as an oceanography teacher and dorm counselor at an island reform school for boys in Boston Harbor. He has been director of an alternative high school, computer coordinator, technology consultant, and university lecturer. He has helped schools, governments and industry leaders improve the quality of education through technology.
Audiences enjoy Alan’s humor and wit as he pushes the boundaries of how to improve teaching and learning. His areas of expertise include planning across curriculum, staff development, new school design, community building and leadership development. He has delivered keynotes and workshops in all fifty states, across Canada, and throughout the UK, Europe, Asia and Central America.
Alan was named one of the nation’s fifteen most influential thinkers of the decade by Tech and Learning magazine. His writing includes numerous articles and best-selling books. Alan’s most recent book “Who Owns the Learning?” is on the New York Times education best sellers list for 2013. Alan was co-founder of the Stanford Institute for Educational Leadership Through Technology and is most proud of being selected as one of the original five national Christa McAuliffe Educators.
Each summer Alan leads the Building Learning Communities summer conference with world-class presenters and educators from more than 25 countries.
Jared Perrine is the Director of Technology at Narragansett Regional School District. He is a proud board member/committee member of MassCUE and a board member of METAA (state chapter of CoSN). He also has his Massachusetts CTO certification (based on CETL), is a member of the Digital Learning Advisory Council (DLAC), and is a 2015 MassCUE Pathfinder. Formerly a teacher, Jared has his M.Ed. from Lesley University in Instructional Technology.
Board Member, Elected, 2022-2024, SIG COORDINATOR, FALL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE MEMBER, SPRING CONFERENCE COMMITTEE MEMBER, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEMBER, Technology Integration SIG Co-Leader
Sarah Boyle is an enthusiastic Technology Integration Specialist who has been working at Milford Public Schools since 2014. She is a Google Certified Trainer, Seesaw Ambassador, and Pear Deck Coach. Sarah earned MEd degrees in Educational Technology and Teaching English as a Second Language and holds Massachusetts teaching licenses in Instructional Technology, English as a Second Language, and Elementary Education. She is also an adjunct professor at Framingham State University.
Sarah is passionate about planning, creating, and delivering professional development opportunities focused on bringing technology into classrooms in purposeful ways to enhance student learning. She also models best practices that ensure student access, engagement, and choice. Sarah has over 10 years of elementary classroom teaching experience where she pioneered integrating available technology devices and platforms into instruction and routines. Sarah is a born-and-raised farm girl from Maryland and currently lives in Massachusetts with her husband, two children, and their dog.
Board Member, Appointed, 2023-2025, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEMBER, INFLUENCE & ADVOCACY COMMITTEE MEMBER
Jess is the Director of Technology and Digital Learning for Uxbridge Public Schools. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in History from UMass Boston in 2000 and a Master’s Degree in Professional Writing from UMass Dartmouth in 2007. She taught fourteen years of high school English in Westport and Dartmouth before assuming a role as Technology Integration Specialist with Uxbridge Public Schools. Jess was promoted to Director of Technology and Digital Learning in October, 2022.
Jess is a Google Certified Trainer, a Google Certified Coach, and is a MassCUE Instructor. Jess began working on her doctorate degree in Educational Leadership in May 2022, and expects to graduate in winter 2024.
Board Member, Appointed, 2023-2025, Finance Committee Member, SPRING CONFERENCE COMMITTEE MEMBER
Eddie Chen is a District Technology Coach for the Worcester Public Schools. Prior to this position, he taught 7th grade science for 4 years at Worcester East Middle School. Eddie is passionate about bringing citizen science and experiential learning into the classroom. Similarly, he strives to integrate technology use to enhance learning and remove barriers to increasing science literacy. His background in community organizing with environmental nonprofits influences his work supporting caregiver and educators through data informed decision making.
Eddie earned his undergraduate degrees from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and a Masters of Arts in Teaching at Clark University.
He is an avid native plant gardener and naturalist.
Board Member, Appointed, 2023-2025, INFLUENCE & ADVOCACY COMMITTEE MEMBER, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEMBER
Lori is a Program Director of Inclusive Education & Curriculum Design for the Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) at UMass Boston. She has over 25 years of extensive experience in designing and delivering professional development on universal design for learning, inclusive design, curriculum development, course design, technology integration, academic and career portfolios, early transition, college and career readiness, and assessment strategies. She coordinates a Federal Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) grant for Future Quest Island-Explorations, a fully accessible career awareness gaming adventure for elementary school students and teachers. She serves as a technical training advisor for the Education Transition Team at the Institute for Community Inclusion at the University of Massachusetts Boston where she provides regular support and training on UDL and inclusive technology practices for transition inclusion.
Prior to her tenure at ICI/UMB, Lori was an instructional designer at Bristol Community College where she collaborated with teams of faculty members on 26 course redesigns on a Title III grant. From 2005-2011, she was the technology coordinator for Bishop Stang High School where she designed and implemented cutting-edge technology initiatives across the curriculum.
Over Lori’s career, she has been honored with several awards, including the 2012 MassCUE Pathfinder Award, a Technology Humanist Award from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and is recognized as a Christa McAuliffe Teacher by the Challenger Learning Center at Framingham State University for her dedication to education.
Board Member, Appointed, 2023-2025, FINANCE COMMITTEE MEMBER, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEMBER, SPRING CONFERENCE COMMITTEE MEMBER
Casey has been co-creating with educators and edtech for 14 years. She is a professional mistake-maker and revels in learning alongside anyone who will have her. As the Digital Learning Manager for the Collaborative for Educational Services (CES), Casey spends a lot of time exploring how we invite connection and imagination through technology. Her expertise centers on program development, instructional design, changemanagement, and facilitation.
She is an ISTE Certification Authorized Provider, ISTE Certified Educator, Google Certified Trainer, and whimsical weirdo.
Why is she here? Because she’s eager to build futures in which people control their own attention and encounter belonging in every space they enter. Aren’t schools the perfect place to seed these futures?
Board Member, Appointed, 2023-2025, Communications Committee Co-Chair, Awards and Recognition Committee Member
After teaching in the classroom since 2005, Erin Fisher became Technology Integration Facilitator (PreK-12) for the East Bridgewater Public Schools, a 1:1 Google Reference District, in 2016. She has presented at the MassCUE conferences, Bridgewater State University, Medfield DLD, GooglePalooza and leads professional development in East Bridgewater focusing on integrating technology in the classroom. Erin teaches two graduate courses on Technology Integration as well through the Plymouth County Education Association. She is a Google Certified Trainer, certified Pear Deck Coach, Kami Hero, and Wakelet Ambassador. She is Co-Chair the Communications Committee and an Awards Committee member. Erin holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, an M.Ed. in Elementary Education from Rhode Island College, and an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Framingham State University.
BOARD MEMBER, APPOINTED, 2023-2025, GRANTS COMMITTEE CO-CHAIR, FALL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE MEMBER, STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE MEMBER
Chris Gosselin is the immediate Past-President of the MassCUE Board of Directors. He currently serves as the Interim Director of Media and Digital Learning for the Needham Public Schools. Previously, Chris has served as an Assistant Principal, Digital Learning Coach, Media Specialist and English Language Arts teacher across all grades PreK-12. Chris received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Saint Michael’s College in Burlington, VT, a Master of Arts in Teaching from Simmons College in Boston, MA and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership & Organizational Management from Endicott College as part of the Educator Leadership Institute through the EDCO Collaborative, a program in which he is now an instructor. His presentations and writing on digital learning, literacy, student voice and engagement have been published on Edutopia.org and ISTE.org. Chris enjoys traveling around the world with his family, spending time with his dog Rosie and cooking and eating great food.
Board Member, Elected (Appointed), 2023-2024, Finance Committee Member
Born in Boston, David is the son of two Boricua parents: one an educator born in Puerto Rico and the other a police officer from the Villa Victoria in the South End. He is a BPS grad, educator, organizer, consultant and coach with over a decade of experience in the education sector.
He grew ever more aware as a young person the need for equitable education. Upon graduating with his bachelor’s degree from Gordon College, he went on to teach in Camden, New Jersey for five years as a Math and English as a Second Language instructor.
As an educator, David became intimately aware of inequalities within the education system. His students inspired him to learn more about the systems that created unnecessary roadblocks for his students. While teaching, he attended Temple University, where he received his M.Ed. in Urban Education with an Education Policy specialization.
He grew more and more interested in impacting education through addressing policy issues in his hometown, Boston. David worked over two years as Outreach Director and advocate before returning to schools; having spent the last two years as a school administrator in BPS. He truly believes in a cogenerative and community approach to positively impacting lasting change in the classroom and beyond.
David loves connecting people around the city. You can find David enjoying time with his partner, young child, and two dogs strolling throughout various walking trails/parks in New England. He also enjoys a good meal and is open to all kinds of food suggestions (and is known to have a few recommendations of his own).
Board Member, Appointed, 2023-2025, Grants Committee Member
Sanaea Simmons is a current undergraduate student at the College of the Holy Cross. Sanaea is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in history and a minor in education. As a member of Holy Cross’s Teacher Education Program, Sanaea is studying educational psychology, English language learners, urban schooling, and teaching methodology.
While studying at Holy Cross, Sanaea plays on the Division I varsity women’s volleyball team and is also a member of various clubs including the Black Student Union, Prosper-her, Caribbean African Student Assemblage, and Women of Color Athletes. She serves on three student advisory committees, one for the athletic department and two for academic departments on campus, history and education. She is both a three year Dean’s List and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll honoree.
Additionally, Sanaea volunteers as a fellow for Team Impact, an organization that matches children facing serious illness and disability with college sports teams, creating a long-term, life-changing experience for everyone involved.
Starting in Fall 2023, Sanaea will start her pre-service teaching academic year at South High Community School located in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Colleen Terrill is currently the Director of Innovative Learning and Technology for Mendon-Upton Regional School District. She provides ongoing professional development for teachers in her district where she focuses…
Colleen Terrill is currently the Director of Innovative Learning and Technology for Mendon-Upton Regional School District. She provides ongoing professional development for teachers in her district where she focuses on the importance of balance between technology and curriculum. She is passionate about Ed Tech Advocacy and digital equity. Colleen is a regular presenter at regional and national conferences where she focuses on educational technology and leadership. She is a member of the MassCUE Board of Directors where she serves as co-chair of the Influence and Advocacy (I & A) Committee. Besides I & A, she is co-chair of the Communications Committee. Colleen also serves as a board member for Massachusetts Educational Administrators Association (METAA).