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CUE Announces Candidates for 2015 Board of Directors

Walnut Creek, CA – Feb. 26, 2015 – CUE is pleased to announce the candidates for the 2015 CUE Board of Directors election. Three seats are open with five eligible candidates. Every current CUE member as of March 18 may vote for up to three candidates. Voting will begin at midnight on March 21, 2015 and end on April 23, 2015 at 5:01 pm. Candidates will be introduced at the General Session Keynote at the organization’s Annual Conference in Palm Springs on March 20. Candidates will be available to speak with registered conference attendees on Friday and Saturday of the conference in the HUB@CUE, before the raffle.


Listen to Candidates Interviewed by Nominating Committee Member John Ittelson (all times PST):


The candidates for the 2015 election are as follows:


Darryl AdamsDarryl Adams

Member Nominated


Coachella Valley USD

Alta Loma, CA








Shannon BrownShannon Brown

Affiliate Nominated - North Bay CUE


Napa Valley USD

Napa, CA







Tim GreenTim Green

Affiliate Nominated - Orange County CUE

Professor of Ed Tech & Teacher Ed

California State University, Fullerton

La Habra, CA







Suzanne MitchellSuzanne Mitchell


Director of Technology,  

Las Lomitas Elementary School District

Menlo Park, CA








Roger WagnerRoger Wagner


Independent Consultant and Software Designer


San Diego, CA







Interviews with all candidates will be held via a live on-air videocast and archived for later viewing. Candidate statements will be available at www.cue.org/election and ballots will be emailed to all current CUE members during at the CUE 2015 Annual Conference. Results will be posted on twitter (@cueinc) in early May. Directors begin their three-year term on July 1.

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