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Four Educational Technology Innovators Elected to 1EdTech Board of Directors

Board members are committed to leading 1EdTech’s mission to power learner potential

1EdTech® Consortium (formerly IMS Global) added four new members to its board of directors for 2024 from K-12, higher education, and edtech suppliers.

1EdTech is the world’s leading non-profit collaboration dedicated to powering learner potential by fostering an open, trusted, and innovative edtech ecosystem with more than 960 member organizations worldwide, representing K-12, higher education, corporate learning, and edtech suppliers.

The newly elected board members are:

  • Linda Feng, Vice President of Architecture, D2L (Desire2Learn)
  • Kim Moore, JD, Executive Director of Workforce, Professional and Community Education, Wichita State University
  • Keith Osburn, Ed.D., Chief Information Officer and Deputy Superintendent for Technology Services, Georgia Department of Education
  • Jeff Rubenstein, Education Solutions Manager, Google LLC

“These four individuals have been leaders in the 1EdTech community and mission for years with outstanding collaborations, innovative ideas, and commitment to powering learner potential,” said Dr. Rob Abel, 1EdTech CEO. “We are very grateful for their contributions and look forward to seeing what our community can accomplish with their involvement on our board.”

The new members will join more than a dozen others from educational institutions, supplier organizations, nonprofits, and industry to oversee the business of 1EdTech and provide leadership on behalf of all members. Debbie Durrence, Ed.D., executive director of data governance for Gwinnett County Public Schools, and Nicole Engelbert, vice president of higher education development for Oracle Corporation, were reelected to the board.

“The 1EdTech board is committed to ensuring the members of our community have the resources and support they need to improve learning for all,” said Melissa Loble, 1EdTech Board Chair and chief academic officer for Instructure. “I am honored to serve with these leaders on the board, and I look forward to collaborating with our newly elected board members as we work to power learner potential.”

1EdTech’s Board of Directors comprises representatives from seven K-12 end-user organizations, seven higher education end-user organizations, and eleven edtech supplier organizations.

Source: PRWeb