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2016 CUE Board of Directors Election

The 2016 CUE Board of Directors election will begin at 12:01am on March 19, 2016 and end on April 21 at 5:00pm. Candidates will be introduced at the organization’s Annual Conference on Friday, March 21 at 8:00 am prior to Friday's keynote address.


All candidate information, including their statements and an interview with CUE member John Ittelson, can be found below. Candidates will be available to speak with registered conference attendees at the CUE booth during the CUE National Conference. These "Meet the Candidates" times are Friday, 11:45 - 12 pm and Saturday, 11:15 – 11:30 am.

 

 

The candidates for the 2016 election are as follows:

 

Kim Harrison

 

Kim Harrison

Affiliate Nominated: Capitol CUE (CapCUE)
Director of Technology
Washington Unified School District
Sacramento, CA

 

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Elana Leoni

 

Elana Leoni

Affiliate Nominated: North Bay CUE (NBCUE)
Director, Social Media Strategy and Marketing
Edutopia
San Rafael, CA

 

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Bernadette Lucas

 

Bernadette Lucas

Affiliate Nominated: CUE Los Angeles (CUELA)
Director of Technology
Beverly Hills Unified School District
Beverly Hills, CA

 

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Diane Main

 

Diane Main

Affiliate Nominated: Silicon Valley CUE (SVCUE)
Director of Learning, Innovation and Design
The Harker School
Campbell, CA

 

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Andrew Schwab

 

Andrew Schwab

Incumbent
Chief Technology Officer
Union School District
San Jose, CA

 

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Ballots will be available to all members at CUE.org. Results will be posted on twitter (@cueinc) in early May. Directors begin their three-year term on July 1.