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CUE Announces Results of 2014 Election

CUE Board of DirectorsApril 27, 2014 - Walnut Creek, California – CUE is proud to announce its 2014-2015 Board of Directors. Jason Borgen, Program Director TICAL Santa Cruz County Office of Education; Ray Chavez (incumbent), Director, Instructional Technology Outreach, LACOE; and Lainie Rowell (incumbent), K-20 Professional Developer and Leading Edge Certification Coordinator will join the six continuing members to make up the nine-member board. These new and re-elected directors will begin their three-year terms on July 1.


Official candidates were announced March 5, and all were available to speak with registered attendees at the annual CUE Conference in Palm Springs. The election was moved up to coincide with the event, allowing attendees to vote immediately after meeting the candidates. Voting took place from Saturday, March 22 until April 24 at 5:01 p.m.


The organization announced the two returning and one new board member during the weekly #CAedchat educational Twitter chat, held Sundays, 8-9pm Pacific. To read the board members' statements and video interview, click on the names below.


The newly elected members are:

Jason Borgen

Affiliate Nominated - Monterey Bay CUE

Program Director, TICAL

Santa Cruz County Office of Education

Santa Cruz, CA

 

Ray Chavez

Incumbent

Director, Instructional Technology Outreach

Los Angeles County Office of Education

West Covina, CA

 

Lainie Rowell 

Incumbent

K-20 Professional Developer and LEC Coordinator

Huntington Beach, CA

 

All three will begin a new 3 year term on CUE's Board of Directors on July 1, 2014. CUE thanks all six candidates for their willingness to serve. A testament to the organization's growth was the fact that more members voted in this election than in the last three years combined.

 

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