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Supporting Winning Esports Programs

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Listen and learn : Hosted activity: Lecture

Tony Gragnani  
Chris Warden  
Jarrod Wohlmacher  
Johann Zimmern  

Hosted by Aruba, A Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. Whether you are developing critical-thinking and team-building skills or providing opportunities to earn scholarships, representatives from Bethel School District, Central R-3 School District and Missouri Scholastic Esports Federation discuss esports' benefits and how to ensure the network is able to support the requirements for students to win.

Audience: Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Technology coordinators/facilitators
Topic: Technology infrastructure and connectivity


Tony Gragnani, Missouri Scholastic Esports Federation
Chris Warden, Central R-3 School District
Jarrod Wohlmacher, Bethel School District
Johann Zimmern, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise comp

Johann Zimmern is a Sr. Solutions Manager in Aruba’s global marketing team with responsibility for school and university customers. In this capacity, he’s managing Aruba’s education customer advisory councils and is focused on the realization of advanced network, wireless, security, and access management – all in support of student success. Johann has nearly 20 years’ experience in the EdTech space having worked for innovative tech companies such as Electronics for Imaging, Macromedia, and Adobe among others.

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