T&L CELEBRATES THIS YEAR’S WINNERS OF THE LEADER OF THE YEAR CONTEST AT ISTE

Tech & Learning’s Leader of the Year party, sponsored by turnitin, hosted more than 100 of our esteemed readers and advisors.
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Tech & Learning’s Leader of the Year party, sponsored by turnitin, hosted more than 100 of our esteemed readers and advisors.

From left: The Texans: Mitzy Neely, Leader of the Year winner Michelle Cooper, Lori Gracey (TCEA Executive Director), Randy Rogers, and Scott FloydT&L advisor Adam Phyall with Leader of the Year winner Jerri KembleThe T&L Team: Adam Goldstein, Christine Weiser, Kevin Hogan, Judy Salpeter, Ellen Ullman ( front); Stephanie Rubin, Katie Sullivan, and Allison Knapp (back)ISTE CEO Richard Culatta with Christian Padgett, Kimberly Lane, and Leader of the Year Runner Up Patricia BrownLeader of the Year winner Todd Dugan and his wife

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