Kelly Sain, Director of Educational Technology
Recipient of the CALET Technology Leader of the Year Award

Presenter: Andrew Moore, Chief Information Officer

CASE’s 8/28/15 News Release:

 

Kelly Sain Named 2015 Outstanding Technology Administrator

 

Englewood, August 28, 2015 - Kelly Sain, Director of Educational Technology for Boulder Valley School District, was honored recently with an Outstanding Technology Administrator Award for 2015. Sain shares this distinction with Mark Lindstone, Chief Information Officer for Littleton Public Schools.

 

"Kelly Sain deserves to be recognized as an Outstanding Technology Administrator for her innovative leadership and exceptional service," said Andrew Moore, Chief Information Officer for Boulder Valley School District and CALET board member.  "Not only is Kelly the Director of Educational Technology in BVSD, her leadership and influence impact teachers and students in Colorado and beyond." Sain is on the board of Innovative Education Colorado (InnEdCO), co-facilitator of Technology Leadership Forum of Colorado, and Co-chair for the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2016. 

 

"Outstanding leaders encourage those around them, model learning, responsible risk taking, and inspire others to commit to common goals. Kelly does all of this and more. She is an innovative leader that has created a movement of change, hope and success in Boulder Valley. Her passion for students achieving, maintaining and owning their learning drives district and state leaders," said Moore.

 

The purpose of the Colorado Association of Leaders in Educational Technology (CALET) department is to provide professional development opportunities that enhance the growth of educational technologists as educational leaders and to influence decision-making concerning educational technology, including policy and funding, at local, state and national levels. In addition, CALET shares knowledge of technology and its application in education to other educational leaders, recognizes quality work and excellence in the field of educational technology, and provides networking opportunities with other educational leaders and groups for whom educational technology is a priority.

 

The Colorado Association of School Executives (www.co-case.org) is the preeminent professional association for public school administrators in Colorado. The organization's mission is to empower Colorado education leaders through advocacy, professional learning and networking to deliver on the promise of public education.