Leadership Exchange
at ISTELive 22
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Richard Culatta  
Zach King  
Brandon "BMIKE" Odums  
Jennifer Yoo-Brannon  

ISTELive is kicking off the week with an exciting session filled to the brim with educational inspiration that is sure to help you jumpstart your ISTELive22 journey.

Presenters

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Richard Culatta, ISTE

Richard Culatta, is the CEO of ISTE. Prior to joining ISTE, Culatta served as the chief innovation officer for the state of Rhode Island. He was appointed as the director of the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Technology. There Culatta was at the helm of numerous efforts to expand connectivity to schools across the country, promote personalized learning and develop the National Education Technology Plan.

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Zach King, King Studio LLC

Zach King, a filmmaker and illusionist known for his clever magic tricks and digital sleight of hand, is one of social media’s most prominent content creators. A believer in digital learning, King helps students and teachers become creative digital storytellers using the devices in their pockets. With a combined social reach of over 75 million followers, King’s magical content has delighted fans all over the world. He has been featured on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Good Morning America,” and in Adweek and People. His company, King Studio, has partnered with Disney, Apple, Nike, Coca-Cola and many others. Recently, King expanded to TikTok and quickly became the third most followed account in the world.

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Brandon "BMIKE" Odums, BMIKE LLC

Brandan “BMIKE” Odums is a New Orleans-based visual artist who, through exhibitions, public programs and public art works, is engaged in a transnational dialogue about the intersection of art and resistance. From film to murals to installations, Odums’ work depicts historical figures, contemporary creatives and everyday people, and encapsulates the political fervor of a generation of Black American activists.

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Jennifer Yoo-Brannon, El Monte Union High School District

Jennifer Yoo-Brannon is a teacher and instructional coach in El Monte, California, with over 16 years of experience teaching high school students, mentoring teachers, and designing and facilitating professional learning. Jennifer’s passions include: building collective teacher efficacy, designing meaningful professional learning, and fostering emotional resilience among all educators. She is an Edsurge Voices of Change Writing Fellow and has written for Edsurge and The California Educator.

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