Perfectly Imperfect

I have been waiting for the day that this message would be shared with the world. If you’re reading this right now, that means that my Keynote session for the Celebrate Your Story Conference has premiered. Some of you are here because you stopped by after watching, others are here because you’ve been following this blog for some time, and still others just clinked a link that somehow led them to this page. Regardless of how you arrived, I’m glad that you’re here!

Welcome to my perfectly imperfect world! I firmly believe that sharing our stories is how we learn and grow together. For generations upon generations, stories were shared by the Elders in tribes and villages across the globe. Stories are how we learn new things and make sense of the world around us. Stories have the ability to unite groups of people who ordinarily wouldn’t cross paths. I’m so excited that our paths have crossed. This blog is mostly used to share my stories, insight, experience, and perspectives as an Educational Technology leader. I make the distinction because so often when we hear and think about educational leadership it’s from the principal perspective. That is a very valuable experience and voice, but it’s not what you’ll get here. EdTech Leadership is a very unique space. We are tasked with serving & supporting students and staff, leading transformation & innovation, and sometimes even predicting the future (though I’m still learning that part, lol). This space is where I process all of the above. You’ll learn about my triumphs, my failures, and all of the lessons learned along the way. As we all walk through this season of change and transition, I’m available to help support and guide you along your journey as well. Check out the EdTech Queen Services page for more information about how I can meet your specific needs.

Again, thanks for being here! Feel free to take a look around. And don’t hesitate to contact me so that we can discuss ways that we can work together in the future. I’m looking forward to it!

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