EdCamp NoVA Leadership Team

 Joan Brown


 I’m a Technology Coach in Fairfax County, teacher of 25 years and most of all mother of 4 boys. I believe in getting technology in the hands of students to improve their learning.
 Molly Haines


 I am an elementary music educator in Arlington County, VA. I have been involved with the EdCampNoVA planning team for two years now and I love getting to know educators this way. It is wonderful to connect, share, and learn with everyone! I am excited to see some familiar faces and meet some new friends this time around!
Charles Randolph


 Charles has over 10 years experience as an Instructional Technology Coordinator (ITC) for Arlington Public Schools. During that time he has worked directly with students, teachers and administration to infuse 21st century instructional technology skills in the classrooms and schools. Charles has also supported school and county-wide deployments and professional development initiatives. He is a current member of ISTE and VSTE educational technology organizations and has served as Lead High School Instructional Technology Coordinator for Arlington Public Schools.  Certified Apple Education Trainer and ETLO (Certified Online Facilitator).
 JB Reynolds


 A father and husband who enjoys spending time outside with my family. I am a technology coach in Ashburn, VA. I have had the privilege of being a part of the planning team for the past few years.
 Krissy Ronan


 Krissy is a librarian at Marshall High School in Falls Church, VA. Formerly an elementary school teacher, Krissy moved into the field of librarianship because of her love of books and a desire to collaborate more fully with teachers and students. Her goals as a librarian are to make teachers’ lives easier and to encourage students to read. EdCamp is her favorite type of professional development because of the enthusiasm that the participant’s bring to each conversation.
 Margaret Sisler


 I’m an Instructional Technology Coach in Chantilly, Virginia in a large high school with over 3000 students. I am passionate about building relationships with staff and students, engagement, Google Apps for Education and innovative teaching ideas! I love the new ideas I learn from my Professional Learning Network on Twitter. I’m a former elementary teacher and have been a Tech Coach in both Elementary and High Schools.
 Tim Stahmer


 Lots of former lives but currently: Educator. Blogger. Learner. Geek. Aspiring Photographer. Open-Minded Traveler.
 Sam Wightman


 Sam is a husband, father, and teacher. In that order. As a a professional development leader in Arlington County Public Schools Sam focuses on team collaboration, creative resources and strengthen education with technology integration.