Jennifer Baselice
Specialist Implementation manager
Veracross
2022 Annual Conference Advisory Committee Chair

 
Jennifer Baselice is excited to join Veracross as a Specialist Implementation Manager. Prior to that, Jennifer served as Lake Highland Preparatory School’s first Director of Technology, strategically leading both educational and operational technology for the school. Known as an idea generator and change agent, this Orlando, Florida resident is passionate about learning and creating new ways to elevate teaching and learning with technology and shares that love with anyone she meets. Jennifer is an educator at heart whose career began in the mathematics classroom over 15 years ago teaching every course from PreAlgebra up to AP Calculus AB/BC. She holds a BS in Quantitative Sciences from the University of Florida, an MA in Mathematics Education from the University of Central Florida, and an EdS in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Florida. She is a lifelong learner and loves to promote that mindset with her colleagues by designing and delivering professional learning experiences on campus. Jennifer is very inspired by her ATLIS network and is a proud alum of the Early Career Aspiring Technology Directors (ECATD) program sponsored by ATLIS. 

 

 

Ethan Delavan
Director of Technology
The Bush School, WA
2021 Annual Conference Advisory Committee Chair

Ethan has been teaching, consulting and leading in the Seattle area since 1995. He is currently Director of Technology at The Bush School. He is the founder of the Middle School Media Festival, the Seattle Techathon, and Robotics Collaborative. Ethan was at the very first ATLIS Conference and has been an enthusiastic part of the community ever since. 

 

 


Louis Tullo

Chief Technology Officer
Ravenscroft School, NC

Louis Tullo is the Chief Technology Officer at the Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, NC. Throughout his career, he led IT operations in a variety of settings. Since entering independent schools, he’s bridged his technical background, creating a robust and organized technology infrastructure with innovative curricular and instructional design strategies. Some examples include spearheading blended learning, devising a personalized technology coaching program for faculty, and developing a distance-learning strategy in response to the COVID pandemic that emphasized engagement and consistency for students. From 2020 to 2021, he was a member of the E.E. Ford Design Team for FolioCollaborative, where he helped steer improvements to the organization’s career development solution, myFolio. He also contributed to professional development offered to member schools. Louis is a Boston College graduate and an active member of the Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools. Last year, he served on their conferencing planning committee and moderated a panel on the IT and Ed-Tech decision making process. His column entitled, "Bringing Technology and Faculty Together for a Better Education Experience," was published in Spring 2021 issue of their journal, Access Points. He and his wife, Melissa, are enjoying putting down roots in the Triangle with their four young boys!

 

 


Anne Sena

Director of Technology
St. David's School, NC

Anne Sena has been in IT and operations roles throughout her career and has a strong record of leading successful change at all levels of global corporate and school organizations.  After almost two decades at a Fortune 100 global IT company, Anne intentionally transitioned into the Director of Technology position at St. David’s School in Raleigh so that she could use her experience and expertise in support of education.  A key accomplishment during her time at St. David’s was successfully leading the project to implement a change to a new external website presence, new learning management system and school information system in 10-months from project kick-off to implementation.  Anne has been a strong supporter of ATLIS over the years including her co-leadership of the Information System User Group and supporting the ATLIS ECATD/Leadership Institute cohorts by mentoring participants.

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Suzannah Calvery
Educational Technology Specialist
Bear Creek School, WA

Suzanna Calvery has followed a circuitous route to her current role in EdTech innovation. She has worked in non-profit, corporate, K-12, and higher education. She currently works for The Bear Creek School, a PK12 independent school In Redmond, WA. She is also a member of the i2e Microsoft Global Training Partner Team. She delights in outdoor activity and engaging her body and mind in gratitude to center herself.

 

 


Dr. Marsha Maxwell

Head of Technology
Atlanta International School, GA

With over twenty-five years of strategic, tactical and operational technology experience, Dr. Marsha Maxwell creates innovative environments and applications that harness the power of emerging technologies and neuroscience to enhance the educator's reach to better engage students and foster a culture of innovation in organizations. Her areas of interest include Augmented Analytics, Immersive Experiences, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, STEAM programs, and Smart Spaces.  Marsha has also been very active in bringing STEM/STEAM initiatives to life especially for underserved and underrepresented groups throughout their educational journey from kindergarten to university and beyond. Marsha has been a featured speaker for various organizations’ educational summits and workshops including Microsoft, Apple, and Google for her skills in education technology, innovation leadership, strategic analysis and decision-making, and equity & inclusion in technology.  

 

 


Alex Podchaski

Director of Educational & Informational Technology
North Broward Preparatory School, FL


Alex Podchaski serves as the Director of Educational & Information Technology at North Broward Preparatory School in Coconut Creek, Florida, where he is responsible for coordinating all STEAM based initiatives (FIRST, MATE, Cybersecurity, Esports, & Drones) as well as the technology infrastructure of the school. He was the first independent school leader to obtain the Certified Educational Technology Leader (CETL) certification from CoSN, He has taught at both the high school and college level, was an instructor for CoSN on CETL fundamentals, and served as a mentor ATLIS’s ECATD and Aspiring Leaders program. Alex has experience in research computing, instructional support, technology integration, network operations and project management over his career in K12 and Higher Education technology organizations. He has presented at national conferences, organized regional school conferences and edcamps, and been involved with the New Horizon and CoSN K12 Innovation Advisory Board. Alex is also the co-founder and moderator of #edtechchat, a long running professional development discussion on twitter for the global edtech community.