[NHDOE-ETNews] ISTE Names Richard Culatta as New CEO
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Wed Apr 5 14:39:55 EDT 2017
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Today, the ISTE Board of Directors has selected lifelong educator and longtime ISTE member Richard Culatta as its new CEO. You may be familiar with Richard from his past role as director of the Office of Educational Technology at the U.S. Department of Education. Richard lead the revision of the Ed Tech Plan 2015. After leaving USOET, he became the chief innovation officer for the state of Rhode Island.
Richard's prestigious education career will not only give ISTE a seat at the table for discussions on education's most salient issues, it will provide an opportunity to share his, and ISTE members', strong belief that the appropriate use of technology is an impactful solution to some of the most significant challenges facing education today.
I look forward to the renewed and refreshed focus Richard will bring to ISTE, including recognizing the impact and power of the technology community and increasing our status as technology leaders.
Richard will officially take on the role of ISTE CEO on May 1. You can follow him on Twitter @rec54. ISTE members can connect with him through the ISTE Online Community at www.connect.iste.org<http://www.connect.iste.org>.
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