Going the Extra Mile to Connect Students Where They Live and Learn
Listen and learn : Hosted activity: Lecture
Jason Kronemeyer Nancy Lehner
Hosted by AT&T. Addressing inadequate internet access and widespread geographic coverage would be a daunting task for the most seasoned districts, but not Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District. Join this discussion to learn how Jason Kronemeyer, the district's director of technology, is successfully implementing a distance-education infrastructure to ensure that technology is never a barrier to learning.
|Audience:||Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Principals/head teachers, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Topic:||Distance, online & blended learning|
Jason Kronemeyer is the director of Technology and the Regional Educational Media Center 22 at the Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District. He serves as the leader of infrastructure and technical services at the Eastern Upper Peninsula Telecommunications Consortium. During his tenure at the EUPISD, Jason has been involved in all aspects of designing, managing and deploying regional systems including a network infrastructure which provides critical connectivity to K12 schools across the Eastern Upper Peninsula. Jason began working at the EUPISD in 1999 following a four-year enlistment in the United States Air Force, working as a signals intelligence analyst.
Nancy Lehner has been supporting AT&T’s external Marketing and Messaging efforts for our Public Sector Education Customers since 2015. She is considered an expert on Education strategy, and is a passionate supporter of students and teachers. She has had a successful 33 plus year career with BellSouth and AT&T with roles and responsibilities in Sales, Sales Management, Sales Operations and Marketing; supporting a variety of Business segments. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Marketing from Florida State University. In her spare time, she is an avid tennis player and lover of College football and music.