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Introducing your new ISTE board members!

ISTE members have elected four edtech leaders to the ISTE Board of Directors. The board provides strategic leadership and fiduciary oversight as it works to ensure progress toward organizational goals. Terms for the new board members begin Jan. 1, 2018, and end Dec. 31, 2020.


Elected were:

Hall Davidson, Senior Director of Global Learning Initiatives, Discovery Education, Los Angeles, California (incumbent)

Michael McVey, Professor, Eastern Michigan University, Saline, Michigan

Julianne Ross-Kleinmann, Technology Integration Specialist, Dutchess BOCES, Highland, New York

Ed Snow, Technology Supervisor, Milton School District, Milton, Wisconsin


Bill Bass was elected by the board of directors as president-elect and will work alongside current ISTE Board President Mila Thomas Fuller, Ed.D., until he begins his duties Jan. 1, 2019. Karen Swift will become treasurer and Janet Zanetis will continue to serve as board secretary.


Read more about your new ISTE board.

Thank you for lending your voice to the future of edtech!


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"Each year, ISTE's members have the opportunity to elect ISTE's governing board. Those elected will serve as membership representatives during their respective terms. I invite you to take a few minutes to learn about each of our candidates and review our 2017 board priorities, then cast your vote and encourage others to do the same."

— Mila Thomas Fuller, Ed.D., ISTE Board President

2017 ISTE board priorities

The nominations committee has prioritized the following skills for new board members:

  • • Strategic leadership
  • • Entrepreneurial vision
  • • Board service and/or governance experience
  • • Policy governance
  • • Public policy advocacy (local, state or national)
  • • Financial management oversight (budget responsibility and fiscal accountability)
  • • Fundraising

Follow the conversation

See what our board members have to say. Join in conversations with them on social media and in our ISTE Commons community.