Projects

Publications

Conference Presentations 2015- 2018

  • January 2015: Student Data Privacy Q&A – InCommon/Quilt Federation Meeting
  • February 2015: Future of Privacy Forum Developer Boot Camp (Washington DC)
  • March 2015: Data Quality Campaign MOOC
  • May 2015: Panelist, Privacy Symposium, Harvard Berkman Center
  • June 2015: Privacy Panel, Council of Great City Schools, Annual Conference **
  • June 2015: Panel, Protecting Student Privacy in Digital Tools for Learning, ISTE Conference *
  • October 2015: Student Data Privacy, NASBE15 Pre-Conference Workshop
  • December 2015: Virginia Society for Technology in Education Annual Conference **
  • January 2016: Four Perspectives on Navigating the Student Privacy, EduCon 2.8
  • February 2016: The Student Data Privacy: Landscape Beyond A4L, A4L Annual Meeting
  • March 2016: NASBE (Washington DC)
  • March 2016: Future of Privacy Forum Developer Boot Camp (San Francisco, CA) *
  • April 2016: Trusted Learning Environment Workshop, COSN Annual Conference
  • April 2016: Privacy Evaluations, COSN Annual Conference
  • August 2016: Panel, Workshop on Big Data in Education, National Academy of Education
  • October 2016: Virginia Society for Technology in Education Annual CIO Conference (Presentation)
  • October 2016: NASBE Annual Conference (Panel on Student Surveillance)
  • July 2017: Virginia CoSN Chapter Privacy Training (Webinar)
  • July 2017: Future of Privacy Forum Developer Boot Camp (Presentations) *
  • October 2017: Virginia Society for Technology in Education Annual CIO Conference (Presentation) **
  • December 2017:FTC/Dept. of Ed Workshop on FERPA and COPPA (Panelist)
  • December 2017: Future of Privacy Forum Developer Boot Camp (Presentations)
  • March 2018: Future of Privacy Forum Developer Boot Camp (Presentations)

Disclaimers

*     Travel and Lodging reimbursement received
**   Conference fee waived

K12 Leadership, Mentoring and Community Service Projects

  • CoSN Trusted learning Environment: Co-Chair, Contributed to the development of the criteria, program and served as reviewers for 2015-2018 cohorts.
  • Common Sense Media Privacy Initiative (Adviser)
    • Assisted in development of question set aligned to federal and state laws
    • Served as K12 adviser to privacy initiative
  • CETL Study Group Co-Lead: Co-lead a 12 week study group for 10 IT directors from around Virginia in preparation for the CoSN Certification in educational technology leadership.
  • Peer Reviewer, CoSN Micro-credentials, BloomBoard: Peer reviewer for five micro-credentials
  • A4L Privacy Initiative (Adviser):  A multi-state initiative to create and promote state level “model data sharing agreements” to reduce the level of effort required by individual districts to negotiate “one-off” privacy agreements with Ed Tech vendors . Working with Loudon, Fauquier and several other Virginia districts on an addendum aligned to the recently passed Virginia school service provider laws.
  • Capstone Project Adviser, Carnegie Mellon University: Served as an industry adviser to a group of six students completing a masters in public policy. The project summary can be found here.