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.
 

Jennifer Lotze: Chair
Kelly Hoyland: Past Chair
Timothy Harder: Chair-Elect
Phil Bickelhaupt: Secretary
Greg Krueger: Treasurer
Brian Casey: At Large
Ed Snow: At Large
Chris Czerniak: At Large
Janice Mertes: DPI Representative
Executive Coordinator: Sue Molitor

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Wisconsin