2022 Spring Election – Meet the Candidates

MassCUE

2022 ELECTION

The MassCUE Board of Directors is excited to announce the following candidates who have sent in nomination papers and are qualified to run for a board position on the Board of Directors for a two-year elected term.

MassCUE Members (as of April 1) will be able to vote in the election.  Look out for a voting link from ElectionBuddy on Monday, 5/16.  We look forward to you sharing your voice!

Please take a few minutes to read through the candidates’ information.

Voting Window: The window will open on Monday, May 16 and close on Friday, May 20.  Elected Board Members will be announced the following week.

You may log in to your membership profile to make sure your membership is current.

Questions? Contact elections@masscue.org

Sarah Boyle

Sarah Boyle
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.

 

TJ Carron

TJ Carron
I have been involved in MassCUE for what must be a decade, since the move of the fall conference venue to Gillette Stadium. Each year I 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.

Currently, I serve as the Director of Technology for the Southern Worcester County Regional Vocational School District, as well as an Adjunct Professor at Quinsigammond Community College in Worcester. Prior to this, I served for a decade with Northborough & Southborough Public Schools in a variety of technology support positions, most recently District Technology Manager.
Should I be elected, I intend to be a hardworking and diligent member of the Board. Using my combined knowledge from traditional K12 and Career & Technical Education. Thank you for your consideration.

 

Colleen Terrill


Colleen Terrill is currently the Director of Technology and Digital Learning for Seekonk Public Schools. She provides ongoing professional development for teachers in her district where she focuses on the importance of balance between technology and curriculum. 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, co-chair of Champions and a member of the Communications Committee. She is also a member of the International Society for Technology Educators (ISTE) and MA Educational Technology Administrators Association (METAA). She recently received her METAA CTO certificate.

 

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