Teaching Experience
  • Computer teacher & Technology Coordinator, PS 10, NYCDOE - grades K-5, 2009-present
  • Computer teacher & Technology Coordinator, PS 18, NYCDOE - grades K-5, 2005-2009
  • Computer teacher, IS 33, NYCDOE - grades 6-8, 2003-2005
    • Notable accomplishments:
      • Set up Google Apps for Education (GAFE) - every 3-5th grader and all staff on GAFE (currently Super Admin for the domain
      • Developed robust social media presence for parent and community engagement: @PS10Brooklyn on Twitter (~30 teachers tweeting from classrooms) and living bulletin boards at, and
      • - computer lab homepage - includes technology initiatives, curriculum outlines, student work, and resources for staff, students, and parents
      • Developed and maintain as a PD resource to support iPad deployment
      • Facilitate PD - GAFE (teacher-student & teacher-teacher focus), website building, blogging, social media, Chromebooks, iPad apps, and overall technology integration in lessons
      • Excellence in School Technology award winner, 2014 - New York City Dept. of Education
      • Built and maintained multiple Mac OSX labs
        • update & re-image iMacs to ensure latest OS and app versions
        • manage OSX Server with unique student accounts
          • Workgroup Manager
      • Creating and executing cross curriculum lessons, project-based plans, and yearlong technology initiatives (
        • Cross curriculum projects include “History of the Brooklyn Bridge” and “History of the Empire State Building” research based PowerPoint presentations in the 4th and 5th grades; “What History Means to Me” MS Word documents for 2nd and 3rd grades; “What my house looks like” and “My family” KidPix writing and drawing projects for 1st grade and Kindergarten. Blogging regarding technology in grades 3-5: (previously
        • Developing computer curriculum for both middle and elementary school levels, including Mac OS X, KidPix, Kidspiration, Inspiration, Macromedia Dreamweaver, PowerPoint, Word, Keynote, Google Apps for Education, and internet searching using multiple browser platforms
      • Developing as instructional companions
      • Developed initiatives to assist teachers in instruction, data management & parent outreach
        • Added tutorials, blogs, and Twitter functions to computer lab site,, & as staff resources
        • Created & maintain to support iPad deployment.
        • Setup & administer Google Apps (GAFE) school-wide for communication, collaboration, tracking & analyzing student data, etc
        • Facilitated professional development sessions on Web 2.0 tools such as website building, us of blogs & wikis, online bookmarks, Twitter, etc
      • Sought and obtained grant from Dell for their TechKnow Program. Acted as lead instructor, teaching students how to build and maintain Dell PCs 
  • Adjunct Professor, Pace University, 2014-present
  • Adjunct Professor, Hunter College, 2014-present
  • Lecturer, Boston University, Summers 1996-1998 
    • Television Production: Institute for Television, Radio, and Film (ITRP) - Summer 1998
    • Radio Production: ITRP - Summer 1996, Summer 1997
      • Teaching Assistant, Radio Production: ITRP - Summer 1995
    • note: the program, ITRP, was rebranded and is now know as: AMP, The Academy of Media Production

Professional Experience
  • Data Specialist 
  • Setup and use of ARIS to collaborate and view student data, with ongoing PD & tutorials
  • Implemented & administer Google Apps for Education (GAFE) to track and analyze student data, facilitate staff communication and collaboration, introduce students to digital publishing, online collaboration, and authentic web tools, with ongoing PD & tutorials for both staff and students
  • Facilitated professional development sessions on iPads and Web 2.0 tools such as website building, use of blogs & wikis, online bookmarks, Twitter
  • Developing computer curriculum for both middle and elementary school levels, including Google Apps, Chromebooks, Mac OS X, KidPix, PowerPoint, Word, Keynote, and Internet searching using multiple browser platforms
  • Upgraded multiple instructional labs & networks
  • Technology Liaison for Region 8
  • Profession development facilitator for Apple, Nassau County BOCES, and
  • Presented at multiple local and national educational conferences. Presentation topics have included using the iPad to create a paperless environment, social media for a transparent learning community, and using digital tools to connect staff, students, and parents.
    • NYCDOE School Technology Summit
    • ASCD
    • FETC
    • Tech & Learning's TechForum
    • EdTechTeacher iPad Summit
    • Apple
    • Nassau County BOCES
  • Details of all presentations, and links to all materials on the Speaking Engagements page as well as on
Corporate Experience
  • ZIFF DAVIS MEDIA INC, Medford, MA & New York, NY April 1997-October 2002 
    • Producer, eSeminars (September 2001-October 2002)
    • Manager of Operations & Senior Producer, (September, 2000-August, 2001)
    • Production Director/Producer, eWEEK Webcast (April 1999-September 2000)
    • Production Assistant, PC WEEK Radio (April, 1997-September, 1998) 
  • MSEd, Educational Administration/School Based Leader (SBL), Pace University, 2008
  • MSEd, Instructional Technology, k-12, Touro College, 2006
  • MST, General Education, k-6, Pace University, 2005
  • B. S. Film & Television, Boston University, 1998
  • Professional
    • Google for Education Qualified - Apps + Chrome + Chromebooks, 2014
    • Common Sense Media - Graphite Certified Educator, 2014
  • New York State
    • Permanent Certification, Common Branches License
    • Initial Certification: School Based Leader
    • Pending: Instructional Technology, K-12
Relevant online resources

Printable Resume
  • Available upon request