AJ Coté
MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE)

AJ Coté, Ed.M., CETL, is an edtech enthusiast passionate about transforming education through technology. With over 20 years in educational technology, AJ has ample educational technology knowledge and thorough expertise in effective teaching practices. She has dedicated her career to serving and supporting local and national educational leaders in making education more accessible, engaging, and effective.

Suzanne Judson-Whitehouse
Collaborative for Educational Services (CES)

Suzanne Judson-Whitehouse is the Online Learning Manager at the Collaborative for Educational Services and is part of their ISTE Certification Team. She cares deeply about grounding online learning in ideas of belonging and culturally affirming practice, digital equity that moves beyond access to physical technology into accessible learning spaces for all learners, and fostering teacher leadership in hot ed tech topics like media literacy and artificial intelligence (AI) in schools.

Paula Moore,
MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE)

Paula Moore is the Digital Literacy and Computer Science (DLCS) Content Support Lead at DESE. She is a former software engineer and spent 10 years teaching computer science at the middle school level. Her focus at the Department is on collaborating with districts, educators, and non-profit organizations to implement high-quality, engaging, real-world, and relevant DLCS curricula that works to broaden participation in DLCS education in the Commonwealth. She holds a BA in Computer Science and an MEd in Curriculum and Instruction.

Erika Sandstrom
Green Screen Gal

Erika, a Digital Learning Coach & Media Teacher, with 33 years in education, focuses on Green Screen & video production. Known as "Green Screen Gal," she speaks at conferences, conducts PD sessions, hosts webinars, and serves as a Canvassador for Canva. Erika, shares her passion for mindfulness, co-hosted Week of AI & Genially EDFest, founded Green Screen Summit, and graced the cover of Ed Tech K12 Magazine, named a TOP 30 IT Influencer.

Henry Turner
Social Justice Leader

Henry J. Turner is an award-winning high school principal, author, and nationally renowned speaker. Pointing to his unwavering commitment to equity and a student-centered culture, Henry was named 2020 K12 Principal of the Year by K–12 Dive. Henry is the author of Change the Narrative: How to Foster an Antiracist Culture in Your School, published by DBC inc. He has a biweekly newsletter, “Lessons on Social Justice Leadership” that can be found at HenryJTurner.com.

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