State Chapters

CoSN state chapters function at the grassroots level to effect change in the field of educational technology. The national office of CoSN works closely with state chapters to develop and deliver professional development, build capacity among members, provide leadership and policy recommendations, advocate on behalf of technology officers, and much more.

 

Do you want to know about CoSN's State Advocacy Toolkit? CoSN is providing resources to help you be an effective advocate at the state level. From learning the basics, like what exactly is a bill to what questions you should be asking policymakers, the CoSN resources will empower you to take the right steps and ensure your voice is heard. You can make the difference!

CoSN highlights the achievements of our Chapter Leaders with our Chapter Awards Program.

 

Congratulations to our 2018 winners:

  • Most New Members Added: New York
  • Highest Percentage Growth: New York
  • Highest Retention Rate for Membership: Indiana

CETL Awards:

  • Greatest CETL Growth: Wisconsin
  • Greatest CETL Percentage Growth: New Mexico
  • Most CETLs in a State: Texas

state chapter FAQ

Alabama

Alabama

CoSN Alabama Leaders (CALL)

Officers:

Donna Williamson, Chairperson
Joani Kay, Membership Coordinator & CoSN Liason

Contact: alcosn@gmail.com

CALL, the CoSN Alabama Leaders, organized in the fall of 2010, is the 12th state chapter of CoSN and is a subgroup of the Alabama Leaders in Educational Technology. The purpose of the chapter is to empower Alabama K-12 technology leaders with the goal of increasing leadership capacity. As an organization, it will identify the essential skills of education technology leaders and provide leadership development and explore global trends, emerging technologies and innovative practices that enable the transformation of education. The group also creates and disseminates information, tools, and resources for education technology leaders and anticipates changing conditions and evolving member needs.

Listen to how CALL is advocating for ed tech in their state.

Colorado

Colorado

Colorado Association of Leaders in Educational Technology (CALET)

Officers:
Andrew Moore, President
Jared Masterson, President-Elect
Tim Miles, Past President
Keith Mann, Secretary
Mike Porter, EDAC Representative
Denise Atkinson-Shorey, CoSN Liaison
Neil Schaal, Emeritus
Ryan Harrison, CASE Liaison
Chris Tollefson, CASE Liaison
 
Contact: Denise Shorey (denise.shorey@e-luminosity.net
CASE is the premier professional association of K-12 school leaders in the state of Colorado, representing more than 2,400 members. CALET is the department within CASE representing technology leadership. CASE membership includes the majority of superintendents, principals, school business officials, human resources managers, educational specialists, and technology leaders in Colorado. CoSN’s Board of Directors approved CALET's request in October 2007 to become the 8th CoSN chapter.

The purpose of the Colorado Association of Leaders in Educational Technology (CALET) is:

  • To provide professional development opportunities that enhance the growth of educational technologists as educational leaders.
  • To influence decision-making concerning educational technology, including policy and funding, at local, state, and national levels.
  • To share knowledge of technology and its application in education to other educational leaders.
  • To recognize quality work and excellence in the field of educational technology.
  • To network with other educational leaders and groups for whom educational technology is a priority.
  • To be mindful of the goals, purposes, and bylaws of CASE, the umbrella organization, in all deliberations.

Connecticut

Connecticut

Connecticut Education Technology Leaders Association (CTETL)

Officers:

Co-Chairmen, Craig Tunks
Co-Chairmen, Ralph Valenzisi
Secretary, Daniel DiVito
Treasurer, Abbe Waldron
Membership and Strategic Partnerships, Eric Conklin
Conference Facilitation, Marc Marin 
Director at Large, Robert Miller 
Professional Growth, Michael Skott

Please contact contact@ctetl.org for more information and if you are interested in volunteer for CTETL.

Connecticut Education Technology Leaders Association (CTETL) was organized in the fall of 2015, and became the 23rd CoSN State Chapter. The purpose of the chapter is to empower Connecticut K-12 technology leaders with the goal of increasing leadership capacity through CETL Certification and CoSN’s suite of professional advancement opportunities. CTETL is currently working on creating an independent non-profit organization that will provide means for connecting educational technology leaders, promoting professional advancement opportunities for education technology leaders, and collaborating with other leadership and educational technology organizations in around the area to support ed tech leadership practices.

Florida

Florida

CoSN Council of Florida

Officers:
Susan Bearden
Jeanine Gendron
Tom Ingram
David Jasa
Norma Jennings, Secretary/Treasurer
John Lien
 
Contact: Tom Ingram, tom.ingram5@gmail.com

The Florida Chapter was formed in 2009 to empower Florida K-12 school district technology leaders to use technology strategically to improve teaching and learning.

Georgia

Georgia

Georgia K-12 CTO Council

Officers:

Amy Denman
President, Madison County Schools

Zac Crosby
Vice-President, Haralson County Schools

Dana Jones
Secretary, Douglas County Schools

Adam Phyall
Treasurer, Newton County Schools


Contact: Amy Denman

The Georgia K-12 CTO Council was formed in 2004 to assist Georgia’s K-12 school districts in understanding how to plan for the use and successful implementation of educational and administrative technology and advocate for improved student learning and administrative efficiency. Georgia K-12 CTO officially became a CoSN chapter in November 2006. The membership consists of K-12 chief technology officers (CTOs) and technology directors at the school district level.

Illinois

Illinois

Illinois Educational Technology Leaders (IETL)

Officers:

Phil Morris, Kane County Regional Office of Education, President

Nancy Battaglia, Skokie SD 68, Vice-President (President-Elect)

Chris Budzynski, Huntley CUSD 158, Treasurer

Maria Stavropoulos, Prospect Heights School District 23, Secretary

Don Ringelestein, West Aurora CUSD 129, Membership

John Armstrong, Joliet Public Schools District 86

Elizabeth Freeman, Fremont School District 79

John Connolly, CHSD 230

Matt Dusterhoft, Lockport Township HSD 205

Eric Hansen, Diamond Lake School District 76

Brian Skibinski, Forest Ridge SD 142

 
Contact: Phil Morris, pmorris@kaneroe.org
 
Founded in August 2014, the Illinois Educational Technology Leaders is the premier professional association for school technology leaders in Illinois. IETL is committed to connecting members, supporting professional advancement, and promoting professionalism in school technology leadership.
 
IETL was created through the combination of two professional organizations: Illinois Chief Technology Officers (ILCTO) and the Education Technology Council of Illinois (ETC-IL).
 

Indiana

Indiana

Indiana Chief Technology Officer Council

Officers:

 

Rob Tidrow, Chair
Chief Operations Officer, Richmond Community Schools 

Stacy Mauser, Secretary
Chief Operations Officer, Evansville Vanderburgh Schools

Bruce Johnson, Treasurer
Chief Technology Officer, Plymouth Community School Corporation

Adela Dickey, Executive Board Member
Director of Technology, Northwest Allen County Schools

Tom Ashley, Executive Board Member
Director of Technology, Huntington County Community School Corporation

Andrew Swickheimer, Executive Board Member
Director of Technology, Noblesville Schools

Don Chase, Executive Board Member
Director of Technology, Southwest Allen County Schools

Jason Bailey, Non Voting Board Member
Senior eLearning Strategist, Indiana Department of Education

Pete Just, Ex-Officio Member
Chief Technology Officer, M.S.D. of Wayne Township

Mike Jamerson, Ex-Officio Member
Director of Technology, Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation

Contact: Adela Dickey, adela.dickey@nacs.k12.in.us

Indiana CTO Council was formed in 2009 to establish a CoSN state chapter. The chapter's purpose is to enhance the skill set for chief technology officers in Indiana school districts through professional development and effective use of technology to enhance teaching and learning. The Indiana Chief Technology Officer Council was approved in October 2009 as CoSN's 11th state chapter.

Iowa

Iowa

Iowa Chapter of CoSN (IACOC)

Officers:
Coby Culbertson, President
Jeri Ramos, Vice-President
Lori Bruzek, Treasurer
Dan Sloan, Secretary

Contact: Coby Culbertson 

The Iowa chapter was formed in 2016. The founding principles the Iowa Chapter of CoSN (IACOC) governing committee has established as an accomplishment, affiliated with CoSN, would be developing standards for technology leaders in Iowa school systems, advocacy for emerging trends at the local and state level and continued professional development for technology leaders and other district leaders. We believe that these three goals we wish to accomplish compliments CoSN’s mission of empowering educational leaders to leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments for all stakeholders in school systems across the State of Iowa. 

Louisiana

Louisiana

Louisiana Chief Technology Officers’ Association (LA-CTO)

Officers:
Sheryl Abshire, Chair
 
Contact: Sheryl Abshire at sheryl.abshire@cpsb.org

LA-CTO became a CoSN State Chapter in 2006, as the mission of both LACRU and CoSN aligned. Our ultimate goal is to achieve significant and increasing improvement in the understanding of technology and to have available the more specific information and technical training necessary to all those who would beneficially apply technology in their endeavors:

  1. To participate in the coordination of activities relating to the educational use of technology.
    • To encourage the formation of, and support of, local groups concerned with educational uses of technology.
    • To interact with local, state, and national agencies to establish guidelines concerning the use of technology in education.
  2. To promote equal opportunity for all students to enjoy the potential benefits and enrichment of instruction that is afforded by technology.
     
  3. To promote the development of programs and standards for the training of those involved in technology related education.
     
  4. To provide for the sharing and exchanging of ideas, techniques, research, materials, and procedures for use in educational technology.
     
  5. To provide representation of members’ viewpoints in the formulation of laws and regulations, and to cooperate with the State Department of Education, the state legislature and other governmental agencies in matters relating to technology in education.
     

Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Educational Technology Administrators Association (METAA)

Officers:

Annamaria Schrimpf, President
Jean Tower, Vice President
Loretta Cannistraci, Secretary
Eileen Belastock, Treasurer

Chapter Contact: metaa@techdirectors.org

METAA's goal is to advocate for and support the vision, policies, practices and funding for technology within the educational technology community. METAA was approved by the CoSN Board of Directors in October 2008.

Michigan

Michigan

Michigan CTO Council (MICTOC)

Officers:

Chair: Kevin Galbraith
Co-Chair: Fred Sharpsteen
Secretary: Dr. Beverly Knox-Pipes
Treasurer: Eden Konja

The Michigan CTO Council (MICTOC) is the premier organization for educational Chief Technology Officers (CTO) serving Michigan schools. The purpose of the chapter is to empower Michigan’s education technology decision makers with the goal of building leadership capacity through CoSN resources and certification (CETL) to support personalized learning for all stakeholders. The Chapter will assist Michigan educational and corporate entities in understanding how to plan for the use and successful implementation of academic and information technology to improve student learning, advocate for educational technology needs and to promote the development of leadership skills for educational technology professionals.

Minnesota

Minnesota

Minnesota – TIES

Officers:
Mary Mehsikomer, CETL
 
Contact: Mary Mehsikomer mary.mehsikomer@ties.k12.mn.us

The purpose of the Minnesota CoSN Chapter will be to:

  1. Advocate and provide for professional development opportunities for education technology coordinators, administrators, and other interested educators in Minnesota
  2. Provide a community of practice and personal learning network for Minnesota education technology coordinators and other interested educators
  3. Support education technology leaders in providing visionary leadership, sound research, and best practices resources to assist them in their daily work
  4. Leverage the capacity of Minnesota education technology leaders to grow professionally, mentor others in the field, and build a cadre of expertise that can benefit all Minnesota schools
 

Missouri

Missouri

Missouri Educational Technology Leaders (METL)

Officers:

Chair: Tony Arbisi, Belton
Chair-Elect: Melissa Tebbenkamp, Raytown
Treasurer: David Liss, Nixa 
Secretary: Chris Diggs, Columbia 
Past Chair: Debbie Ketring
At-Large Member (1): Rob Landers, Washington 
At-Large Member (2): Jason Rooks, Parkway
Ex Officio (MOREnet): Eric Nicklas (Non-voting seat)

 

In June of 2011, The Missouri Educational Technology Leaders (METL) became the 13th CoSN state chapter. The goal of METL will be to assist Missouri school districts in understanding how to plan for the use and successful implementation of information technology to improve student learning, advocate for educational technology needs, and promote the development of leadership skills for educational technology professionals.

Montana

Montana

Montana Educational Technologists Association (META)

Officers:
META Executive Board & CoSN Council:
META President & CoSN Chair Elect– Brian Norwood 
META Past President & CoSN State Chapter Chair – Rich Lawrence
META President Elect & CoSN Secretary– Everett Holm

Regional Directors:
Kelly Veis and Travis Baumann: Hi Line Region
Jeredene Mayfield and David Dobbins: North Central Region
Glenn Wehe: Northwest Region
Deanna Flemmer: Western Region
Mindy Obert and Brad Somers: 4 Rivers Region
Mark Branger: South Central Region
John Jensen: Central Region
Branson Rogers: South East Region
Anita Freeman: Northeast Region

Contact: Dr. Kirk Miller, Executive Director, samkm@sammt.org

The Montana chapter was formed in 2016 and is managed and supported by the Montana Educational Technologists Association (META), established in 2012, and the School Administrators of Montana (SAM).  The association's mission is as follows: "Educational technologists united for the purpose of advocating for and supporting the visions, policies, practices, and funding for technology within all aspects of teaching, learning, and professional productivity."

New Hampshire

New Hampshire

New Hampshire CTO Council

Officers:

President: Holly Doe 

President-Elect: Lee Despres

Secretary: Jason Hills

Treasurer: Josh Olstad

Membership: Pam McLeod

Members at Large: Josh Molloy and Carla Smith

 
Contact: Holly Doe, hdoe@pelhamsd.org
 
The New Hampshire CTO Council is a sub-organization of NHSTE focusing on district leadership. NHSTE’s Mission is “to inspire teaching and learning by making connections among people, programs, and resources that build and support the use of technology within the educational community. NHSTE provides a structure for linking educators across the state to share the effective application of emerging technologies in New Hampshire schools.” As such, NHSTE feels that becoming a CoSN State Chapter will provide K-12 technology leaders in New Hampshire with valuable management, technology planning, and community building resources.
 

New Jersey

New Jersey

New Jersey - Educational Technology Leaders (NJ-ETL)

Officers:
Alex J Podchaski, CETL, Director of Technology, Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, Chair
Barry Haines, Director of Technology, Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Schools
Sarah Rolle, Director of Technology, The Elisabeth Morrow School
Robert Winston, Director of Technology, Millburn Public Schools
Bill Freitas, CETL, Director of Technology, The Lawrenceville School
Terry Pilitzer, Communications and Technology Coordinator-Supervisor, Colts Neck Township
School District
Pat Young, Technology Coordinator, Fair Haven School District
Joe Borchard, Director of Technology, Wayne Township Public Schools
Sandra Paul, Chief Technology Officer, Township of Union
John Abdelmalak, Director of Technology, School District of the Chathams

Contact: Alex J. Podchaski or Barry Haines

NJETL, the New Jersey Educational Technology Leaders, was organized in the fall of 2015, and became the 26th CoSN State Chapter. The purpose of the chapter is to empower New Jersey K-12 technology leaders with the goal of increasing leadership capacity through CETL Certification and other CoSN resources. NJETL is currently working on creating an independent non-profit organization that will provide means for connecting educational technology leaders, promoting professional advancement opportunities for education technology leaders, and collaborating with other leadership and educational technology organizations in around the area to support ed tech leadership practices.
 

New Mexico

New Mexico

NMSTE CoSN Council

Officers:
President - Felicia Maestas
President-Elect - Neal Weaver
Treasurer - Leslie Clark
Membership Chair - Kate Gomez
Professional Development - Miriam Maske
Conference Chair-Brian Kennedy
CETL - Neal Weaver
Advocacy/NMCEL - Traci Filiss
NMCIO Chair - Collin E. Miller
Communications - Amy Jaramillo
Awards/Conference - Marcy Oxford
Member at Large/acting Secretary - Tom Ryan
Past President and Co-Founder- Jill Brown
 
Contact:Felicia Maestas, femaestas@sfps.k12.nm.us

NMSTE Mission: To ensure the success for all students by serving as a state wide network of individuals seeking to improve teaching and learning by advancing the effective use of technology in education.

The New Mexico state chapter was approved by the CoSN Board in October of 2005.

New York

New York

New York State Association for Computers and Technology in Education (NYSCATE)

Officers:
Amy Perry-DelCorvo, CoSN Representative and Executive Director
Mike Sylofski, President
Paul Rubeo, Past President
Dustin Andrus, Vice President
Sal DeAngelo, Treasurer
Terri D. Wallace, Co-Secretary
Rick Weinberg, Co-Secretary

Contact: aperry02@rochester.rr.com

New York became a CoSN State Chapter in June 2013 and is the association’s 16th state chapter nationwide. Led by the New York State Association for Computers and Technology in Education (NYSCATE), the chapter is charged with advancing the role of district technology leadership and transformative learning environments across the state.

North Carolina

North Carolina

North Carolina Technology In Education Society (NCTIES)

Officers:

NCTIES CoSN Council Officers:

Dr. Scott Smith, Co-Chair
Dr. Valerie Truesdale, Co-Chair
Marlo Gaddis, Secretary
Donna Jessup, NCTIES Liason
Nancy Mangum, Friday Institute Liaison

Contact: Scott Smith, scott.smith@ncties.org

The NCTIES CoSN Council, organized in the Fall of 2016, is a subcommittee of the North Carolina Technology in Education Society. The purposes of the chapter are to advocate for the professional development of education technology directors, administrators, and leaders of North Carolina; elevate the professional practice of education technology leaders by coordinating and providing professional development, peer networking, and collaborative opportunities for members; support education technology leaders in providing visionary leadership, sound research, and best-in-class examples and case studies; and foster collaborative teams with other professions (e.g. curriculum, finance) to coordinate strategic leadership for North Carolina Local Education Agencies. The NCTIES CoSN Council is the 25th state chapter of CoSN.

Northwest (Oregon/Washington)

Northwest (Oregon/Washington)

Northwest CoSN Chapter

Officers:
CTO  Council  Board  Members
Jennifer Wright, President
Thomas Richards, President-Elect
Joe Morelock, Past President
Susan Barnard, Secretary
Robert Silva, Treasurer
 
The purpose of the ACPE CTO Council is to:
 
  • Provide an interactive and engaging forum for educational IT professionals in Oregon and Washington to share knowledge and skills on best practices, emerging trends, and technologies pertinent to serving and supporting the K-12 environment.
  • Advocate for professional development of education technology directors, CTOs, administrators, and leaders in Oregon and Washington.
  • Elevate the professional practice of education technology by coordinating and providing peer networking and collaborative opportunities for members.
  • Support education technology leaders in providing visionary leadership, sound research, and examples of best practices.
To learn more about ACPE and our CoSN State Chapter activities, click here.

Ohio

Ohio

Learn 21-Ohio Chapter of CoSN

Officers:
William Fritz, Chair
Mike Daugherty, Vice Chair
Arline Pique, Secretary
 
Point of Contact: William Fritz

The mission and vision of Learn21-Ohio Chapter of CoSN would be to develop standards for technology leaders in Ohio school systems, advocacy for emerging trends at the local and state level and continued professional development for technology leaders and other district leaders. We believe that these goals complement CoSN’s mission of empowering educational leaders to leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments for all stakeholders in school systems across the State of Ohio.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT)

Officers:

Scott Snyder - President
Nicole Hill - Vice President
Ron Bennett - Treasurer
Linda LaCoe - Recording Secretary
Lori Sheldon - Corresponding Secretary
Brandon Lutz - Past President

Contact: Scott Snyder, pres@paect.org

PAECT is a dynamic professional organization offering leadership and networking opportunities to professionals throughout the Commonwealth by nurturing the exchange of ideas, information, resources, and emerging developments in current technology issues.

Tennessee

Tennessee

Tennessee Educational Technology Association (TETA)

Officers:

Chairman - Brad Luna
Chair-Elect- Andrew Phillips
Secretary - Ben Barrett
Treasurer - Melony Surrett
Executive Director - Joan Gray

TETA is a professional association committed to promoting educational technology in classrooms throughout Tennessee. TETA became a CoSN state chapter in 2012.

Texas

Texas

Texas K-12 CTO Council

Officers:

Chair - Adam Feind, CETL, Northwest ISD

Chair Elect – Bryon Kolbeck, CETL, Lewsiville ISD

Past Chair - Lewis Wynn, CETL, Austin ISD

Treasurer - Barbara Brown, Prestonwood Christian Academy

Secretary – Jennifer Miller, CETL, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD

Small District Rep - Hedda Alexander, CETL, Jacksonville ISD

Large District Rep – Frankie Jackson, CETL, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD

Executive Director - Alice Owen, CETL, Texas K-12 CTO Council 

 

Contact: Dr. Alice Owen at txctocouncil@gmail.com or 972-672-3254 for more information.

The Texas K-12 CTO Council, a self-standing organization created by CTOs in the state of Texas in 2003, was CoSN's first chapter. It was officially incorporated as a non-profit in August 2005. Their petition to the CoSN Board launched the process of creating state chapters. Its purpose is to assist Texas K-12 School districts in understanding how to plan for the use and successful implementation of information technology in Texas schools and advocate for districts' technology needs to improve student learning.

Utah

Utah

Utah Technology Coordinator Council

Officers:

Guy Durrant UTCC Co-Chair
Tim Smith - CoSN Chapter Chair
CUES - Paul James - (2019)
NUES - Guy Durrant - (2018)
SEDC - Kevin Chapman - Millard (2020)
SESC - Aaron Brewer - San Juan (2019)
Wasatch Central - Jim Langston (2019)
Wasatch North - Duane Singleton (2019)
Wasatch South - Scot McCombs UTCC Co-Chair (2019)
SERVICE CENTERS - Jason Strate, Duke Mossman, Derek Larsen, Robert Potts
UEN - Jim Stewart and Cory Stokes
USBE - Rick Gaisford

 

The TCC will assist Utah school districts in understanding how to plan for the use and successful implementation of information technology in Utah school districts and advocate for district technology needs to improve student learning.

Our purpose for forming this organization is fourfold:
1. To advocate for the development of educational technology leaders within the State of Utah.
2. To provide for ongoing professional development of educational technology leaders
3. To ensure that educational technology is fully integrated into the educational process and supports
effective teaching and learning.
4. To learn from a broader community of educational technology leaders represented by CoSN.

Vermont

Vermont

VITA-Learn

Officers:

Adam Provost, President
Jessica Wilson, Vice-President
Patricia Aigner, Secretary
Lauren Baker, Treasurer
L. Paul Irish, Executive Director

Contact: Paul Irish

VITA-Learn has a long history of providing leadership and professional development in technology through two major conferences, regional workshops, and collaborations with the Vermont Agency of Education, the Vermont Superintendents Association, and the Vermont Principals Association. Our premier conference, Vermont Fest, recently held its 31st annual meeting, and our spring conference, a collaboration with the Vermont School Library Association, will reach its twentieth year in 2018. The affiliation of CoSN is in direct alignment with our mission and will expand the staff development opportunities for educational leaders across our state.The Vermont Information Technology Association for the Advancement of Learning (dba VITA-Learn) is a domestic non-profit corporation chartered in the State of Vermont in 1992. 

Virginia

Virginia

VSTE CoSN Council

Officers:
Louis McDonald, Chair
Barbara Gruber, CETL, Vice Chair
Tim Tillman, Secretary
 
Contact: Louis McDonald, lmcdonald@fcps1.org

The VSTE CoSN Council, organized in the Spring of 2014, is a subcommittee of the Virginia Society for Technology in Education. The purposes of the chapter are to advocate for the professional development of education technology directors, administrators, and leaders of Virginia; elevate the professional practice of education technology leaders by coordinating and providing professional development, peer networking, and collaborative opportunities for members; support education technology leaders in providing visionary leadership, sound research, and best-in-class examples and case studies; and foster collaborative teams with other professions (e.g. curriculum, finance) to coordinate strategic leadership for Virginia school divisions. The VSTE CoSN Council is the 18th state chapter of CoSN.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Educational Technology Leaders (WETL)

Officers:

Jennifer Lotze- Past Chair

Tim Harder- Chair

Sarah Radcliffe- Chair Elect

Ed Snow- At Large

Brian Casey- At Large

Greg Krueger- Treasurer

Chris Czerniak- At Large

Kaye Hendrickson- Secretary"

 
 
Wisconsin became a CoSN State Chapter in June 2013 and is the association’s 17th state chapter nationwide. The chapter represents leaders from 14 school districts across the state. They are committed to advancing the role of district technology leadership and transformative learning environments across the state.  

Wisconsin chapter members are involved in all aspects of the education technology profession through committees including the Membership Committee, Influence Committee, Public Relations Committee, and Professional Learning and Leadership Committee.