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Are you concerned about your students' safety online? With academic advances come risks relative to students accessing inappropriate content, or worse, students engaging in cyberbullying or threats to harm themselves or others. As educators continue to utilize web-based technology, apps, and online services to facilitate learning in the classroom (and beyond), ensuring the safety of students and their well-being has become a greater challenge than ever before.
View our webinar on-demand to discover how extensive K-12 student datasets from iboss can be paired with Gaggle's comprehensive safety management platform to equip school districts with vital intelligence—enabling educators to immediately act on crucial, high-risk student activity and behaviors.
Expert panelists will share insights, best practices, and a real-world case study to help you build a proactive digital safety net to protect students in your district.
Chad Dodson brings more than 20 years of software development, systems and application design, security, and product management experience to iboss where he serves as the Vice President, Product Management and Product R&D. Prior to iboss, Chad designed and implemented SW solutions for some of the largest retail and software companies including McAfee, Apple, Wal-Mart, Constellation Brands, and GE Digital.
Lenny Schad is the Chief Information and Innovation Officer for District Administration. Schad has worked in K-12 education since 2003, and successfully led implementation of BYOD and 1-to-1 in Katy and Houston ISD, respectively. He is a past board member for CoSN and IMS Global and is a recognized leader who’s innovative and process-oriented management styles have led to highly effective information technology departments.
Dr. Julie A. Evans is the CEO of Project Tomorrow and is the founder of the Speak Up Research Project which annually collects and reports on the authentic views of 400,000 K-12 students, parents and educators on key education issues each year. Dr. Evans serves as the chief researcher on the Speak Up Project as well as leading research efforts on the impact of innovative learning models and interventions in K-12 and higher education.
Richard is the Senior Vice President at iboss, a cybersecurity firm who cyber protects thousands of school districts across the U. S. Richard has spent over 20 years taking on IT leadership roles at the county, state and national levels. His past experience includes being appointed Los Angeles County’s first chief education technology officer, where he led the delivery of IT services across 80 school districts and five community colleges, serving over 1.7 million students.
As President and Co-founder of iboss, Peter Martini has played a major role in developing iboss’ innovative technology and has helped shepherd iboss’ phenomenal growth since its founding. Peter has been awarded dozens of patents focused on network and mobile security, and has been recognized by the industry with several prestigious awards including, Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year and one of Goldman Sachs 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs.
Tricia Sharpton joined Gaggle nearly four years ago as the Director of Product Management. Tricia has a wealth of experience bringing great products to life—she is well versed in product lifecycle management, developing roadmaps, and implementing cost-saving strategies. Prior to Gaggle, Tricia was the Director of Product Management for HigherEd at PowerSchool Group LLC.
Paget Hetherington has been helping children learn since the beginning of her 25-plus-year career. After getting her start selling children’s books to publishers, she went on to lead sales and marketing efforts for global publishing and education technology companies. As the Vice President of Marketing at Gaggle, Paget’s focus is the safety and well-being of students.