Ed McKaveney

Ed McKaveney is Technology Director at the award winning Hampton Township School District. During his time at Hampton, he has been recognized as a leader in using technology to transform education while ensuring the safety and security of our schools. These recognitions include the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)’s national 2013 Withrow CTO of the Year, the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) 2013 Outstanding Leader of the Year, a 2012 Pittsburgh FBI/Infragard Champion of Change and most recently, he was a finalist for the 2015 Pittsburgh Technology Council’s CIO of the year award in the education sector.

Ed serves as a board member of the FBI Pittsburgh Citizens Academy Alumni Association and on the PAECT board as Chair of the PAECT Chief Technology Leader Council and organizer of the PA Tech Leaders Network.

Ed has shared information on Pittsburgh’s education ecosystem and the Remake Learning Network while on CoSN Delegations to Singapore (2015) and Ireland (2016) and as a speaker at the 2014 AASA/NSBA/CoSN National Roundtable on Building District Leader Capacity to Enable Digital Teaching and Learning, in Alexandria, VA.

Ed has presented at numerous conferences and meetings, including:

Assessing Performance in a Technology Infused Culture of Learning, Technology & Learning School CIO Summit – Skywalker Ranch, CA (2016).

Keynote, “Digital Education and Our Global Future”, Digital Learning Day conference – AIU3, Pittsburgh (2015).

Closing Keynote, “The Changing Role of the K-12 CTO”, NYSCATE CTO Clinic. NY (2014).

Closing Keynote, “Powering Technological Innovation and Educational Change”, Wisconsin Education Technology Leaders, WETL CTO Clinic (2014).

Prior to coming to Hampton, Ed was Manager of Media Services and Distribution at Duquesne University, where he worked on numerous technology and media projects, served as representative to the New Media Consortium, and was a member of the EDUCAUSE organization.

 

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