Director, Enterprise Applications, Baltimore County Public Schools
As Director of the Office of Enterprise Applications for the 25th largest school district in the country, Jeanne Imbriale’s focus is on optimizing the use of technology to improve learning for its 111,000 students. This includes leading the development of system solutions for all 175 schools, supervising the capture of student data and reporting, and designing the digital ecosystem to meet the needs of modern students.
Previously, Mrs. Imbriale served as Coordinator of Professional Growth and Partnerships. She also planned and conducted local, state, and national academies for K-12 educators on the effective uses of instructional technology at the John Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education.
In addition to teaching graduate courses in instructional technology and leadership at Johns Hopkins, she recently helped found the National Council for Digital Convergence, which is committed to identifying effective ways for schools to transition from traditional classrooms to modern learning environments.
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