Laurie Green has been an educator for nearly 30 years, with a majority of that career as a technology integration specialist/coordinator in both the public and private school settings. During her career, Laurie has been dedicated to sharing the benefits of programming across the K-12 curriculum and educator professional development. Throughout her career, Laurie has maintained a passion and dedication to understanding how girls learn and applying those concepts to encourage interest and confidence in Coding and STEM-related careers.
A recognized speaker, curriculum consultant, and workshop leader, Laurie’s experiences have included serving on the keynote panel for Learning 2.0 in Shanghai, China, a Keynote speaker for the Maths and Science conference in Queensland, Australia, and presenting at various conferences throughout the United States, including ISTE and OETC. She is a Certified LEGO Robotics Instructor, Quality Matters Certified, Makey Makey Certified trainer, and Raspberry Pi Certified Educator.
Laurie holds a Bachelors in Business from The Ohio State University, a Masters Degree from Cleveland State University in Curriculum and Foundations with a focus on Technology Education, and a post-grad certificate in Computational Thinking from The University of Pennsylvania.
Abby Funabiki, MPA
Associate Executive Director
Jared O'Leary, PhD
Director of Education & Research
McKay Perkins, MS
Stacie Mason, PhD
Research and Evaluation