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ATLIS Contributes Cybersecurity Chapter to New Book About Emergency Remote Learning

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ATLIS Contributes Cybersecurity Chapter to New Book
About Emergency Remote Learning

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Contact: Susan Davis, [email protected]


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ATLIS 2025: Equipped for the Future

Just 5 minutes of your time can help shape ATLIS’s post-pandemic path 

Most of our mental bandwidth is dedicated to the immediate fires. There is no time to ask strategic questions. We’re too busy to evaluate our long-term goals. Which is exactly why we MUST do it now.

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Measuring Up: ATLIS Launches New Compensation Benchmark Report

ATLIS teamed up with Ed Tech Recruiting to launch a new benchmark report focusing on what technology leaders earn in the way of salaries and benefits in their roles at independent schools. The in-depth analysis looks at compensation through a wide variety of lenses, giving tech leaders ample opportunity to have meaningful conversations around compensation. [10-minute read]

 

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Executive Director Christina Lewellen Shares Insights on Capital Improvement Projects

Essentials magazine bannerChristina Lewellen, Executive Director of ATLIS, shared insights from the Association's publication, The Role of Technology Leaders in Capital Improvement Projects in her recent article, "Saving Money on Your Next Capital Improvement Project: Evolving Tech Leaders Early Prevents Avoidable Mistakes," published in the July 2020 edition of the Education Marketing Association's publication, Essentials.

Access the entire issue from EdMarket here.

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ATLIS Announces Incoming Directors

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ATLIS Announces Incoming Directors

Foley, LaMonte, McFadden, join Board in July 2020

 The Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools (ATLIS), the only professional association for independent school technology directors, announces the election of three highly qualified professionals to its board of directors: 

  • James Foley, Assistant Head of School for Leadership & Innovation, St. Luke’s School, New Canaan, CT
  • Hilary LaMonte, Senior Vice President, Data and Analysis for School Leadership (DASL), National Association of Independent Schools, Washington, DC
  • Stacia McFadden, Director of Academic Technology, The Lovett School, Atlanta, GA

“We are engaged in an exciting period of growth for ATLIS, and we believe these talented individuals will bring a wealth of experience and perspective to our ranks,” said Jason Ramsden, ATLIS Chairman and Chief Information Officer, Ravenscroft School, Raleigh, N.C. “We’re engaged in a thoughtful process of evaluating our growing association’s strategic needs, and are confident Hilary, Stacia, and Jim will help us chart a successful course into the future.”

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ATLIS Solidarity Statement

ATLIS Solidarity Statement 

Dear ATLIS Community,

Last week, across the nation and the globe, we witnessed communities coming together to

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ATLIS Announces 2020 Pillar Award Winners

Bigenho, Kallmeyer, White recognized with association’s top honor

March 30, 2020—The Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools (ATLIS), the only professional association for independent school technology directors, announced today the recognition of three highly accomplished professionals as 2020 ATLIS Pillar Award winners:

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Who’s in Charge? You Are.

We’re taking steps that allow you to customize your conference experience. 

Executive Director Christina Lewellen shares a new annual conference planning process that puts you in charge. [10-minute read]

Let’s talk about how much I love Starbucks. I was an early adopter (and defender) of the chain because 1) I can get exactly what I want, and 2) I know I’m going to get exactly what I expect for my $5. Whether you’re a fan of Starbucks’ lattes or not, the company certainly kicked off a culture of customization that has transcended many industries.

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ATLIS AIMS TO MAINTAIN MOMENTUM IN FIFTH YEAR AND BEYOND

ATLIS AIMS TO MAINTAIN MOMENTUM IN FIFTH YEAR AND BEYOND
Board Announces Dues, Cap Increase to Continue Membership Benefits Expansion

July 1, 2019 (San Carlos, Calif.)—The Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools (ATLIS) has announced the association will increase its dues rate to $3.75 per enrolled student with a cap of $3,750 per school, effective July 1, 2019. This increase, approved by the ATLIS Board of Directors, will allow the association to maintain the momentum it has built in its first four years as an organization as it continues to expand and improve its vast membership offerings.

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Photosharing at the ATLIS 2019 Annual Conference

Cross-posted from Vidigami
 

4 Things to Look Out for at ATLIS 2019 Annual Conference

Team Vidigami is excited to return to the annual ATLIS conference. Held this year in Dallas from April 14-17, ATLIS focuses on the independent school technology community, and will bring together more than 500 independent school technology professionals, including more than 30 vendors across 35 states and 3 countries to learn, connect, and share knowledge.

Along with fellow Platinum Sponsors; Veracross and LearnPlatform, Vidigami will participate as Media Management Partner, bringing back its private social platform as ATLIS’s dedicated portal for sharing event highlights, candids, keynotes, and more. As part of the 3-day conference, Vidigami’s roaming photographer will be on-the-go capturing great moments, from keynote speeches, sessions, and networking breaks, to activities and workshops. Photos and videos will be professionally captured and centralized in Vidigami, then made available exclusively to attendees through a personalized feed.



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Behind the Scenes at ATLIS

This summer ATLIS has been privileged to hire Marketing Intern Emma Stack, who has already made an impact by assisting with our member directory and advising us on social media. Check out and like our Facebook and Instagram pages, which have been renewed with Emma's help. This is Emma's first post for our blog, as she introduces herself along with Virtual Executive Assistant Amelia Daul.  -- SD

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Jason Ramsden Assumes Leadership of ATLIS Executive Board

Jason Ramsden Assumes Leadership of ATLIS Executive Board

The recent appointment of Jason Ramsden, Chief Information Officer of Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, NC, as Executive Board President of The Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools (ATLIS) signals a new era for the nonprofit start-up now serving the technology professionals who remain at the forefront of change in education. “Our career focus is on being agents of change,” said new ATLIS Board President Jason Ramsden, “and ATLIS is such an important organization for our members because it provides the information they need to perform at the highest levels, connects them through meaningful professional development opportunities, and gives them the tools they need to be reflective and intentional in their work.” 

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