Ellen M. Driscoll

“Zealous” describes my attitude toward life and learning. I have worked as an aide, substitute, and a high school technology teacher before becoming a Technology Director. Currently, I am the Chief Technology Officer for Middleborough Public Schools. I first discovered MassCUE as an elementary computer teacher and joined a SIG in 1994. I have witnessed and worked for the dramatic growth in MassCUE. Receiving the 2008 MassCUE Pathfinder Award was a lifetime achievement. In 2015, ISTE recognized my work in Advocacy at their annual conference in Pennsylvania.

I have had the pleasure to serve as the secretary to the MassCUE Board for ten years. I have served on the conference committee, Influence and Advocacy Committee and the founding Board of METAA. In 2008, I was appointed by the state Commissioner of Education to the Educational Technology Advisory Council for two terms.

Experience shows that success is due less to ability than to zeal. The winner is he who gives himself to his work, body, and soul.” — Charles Buxton

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