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Board of Directors
Curriculum Development Advisory Team
Statistics Research Team

Carolyn Jones, Carolyn Jones Productions

Vice President
Lisa Frank

Board of Directors
Carolyn Jones, Carolyn Jones Productions
Lisa Frank, Producer
Michael Christman, Opts Ideas
Isabel Sadurni, Filmmaker
Deirdre Simon, International Schools Services
Ann Egbert, Film Producer

Barrie Jo Price, University of Alabama
Curriculum Development Coordinator

Fritz Erickson, Ferris State University
Statistics Research Coordinator

Jay Harris, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
Global Perspectives Consultant

Jane Larsson, Visiting International Faculty (VIF)
School Outreach and Program Advisor

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Curriculum Development Advisory Team
The Curriculum Development Advisory Team consists of individuals selected on the basis of their experiences with e-learning, curriculum development, school leadership and multicultural education. These professionals represent liaisons with communities of educators, policy makers, and families throughout the world.

Dr. William Alvarez, Director, Office of Strategic Alliances
Nova Southeastern University, Fischler School of Education and Human Services

Ms. Diane Demee-Benoit, Director of Programs
Institute at the Golden Gate

Dr. John "Jay" Ketterer, Director of International House and Programs; Professor
College of Education, Jacksonville State University

Dr. Anna C. McFadden, Associate Professor, The Institute for Interactive Technology, The University of Alabama
College of Human and Environmental Sciences; Partner, emTech Consulting

Dr. Rita Oates, President, Oates and Associates, Inc. Coral Gables, FL

Dr. Susan K Patterson, Assistant Professor, Educational Studies, Rhode Island College
Henry Barnard Laboratory School

Dr. Barrie Jo Price, Professor, The Institute for Interactive Technology, The University of Alabama
College of Human and Environmental Sciences; Partner, emTech Consulting

Dr. Deborah Reeve, Executive Director, National Art Education Association

Chieftain Marilyn Omifunke Torres: Storyteller, Artist
President, West Winds 9 Consulting, LLC

Ms. Rachel Walker, e-Learning Instructional Developer, The University of Alabama, College of Continuing Studies, Alabama Online High School; Adjunct Instructor and Consultant, Institute for Interactive Technology, College of Human and Environmental Sciences, The University of Alabama.

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Statistics Research Team
Dr. Fritz Erickson, Ferris State University
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Jay Harris, Coordinator of International Projects, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
B.A., Nebraska Wesleyan University
M.A., George Washington University, International Affairs

Jay has nearly twenty years of experience in international education at all levels. His work has involved internationalizing campuses, collaborating with communities and schools for greater global perspectives, and international development projects. He provides leadership for global/international education at local, state, and national levels. Jay is co-author of the comprehensive Planning Curriculum in International Education, Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction. He is married, has two boys in high school, and coaches middle school cross-country runners.

Dr. Steven Kimball, Assistant Professor of Education, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
BA. and M.A., UW-Stevens Point
Ed.D., Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee

Steve has 30 years in public education working as a classroom teacher, Reading Specialist, Reading/Language Arts consultant to classroom teachers, and as an elementary school principal. It was while serving as a principal that Steve received the Outstanding Administrator Award from the Wisconsin Reading Association. Prior to his appointment to the Education Faculty at UW-Green Bay, Steve was involved in college and university-level teaching for Lakeland College, Mount Scenario College, Silver Lake College, and Cardinal Stritch University. He served as the site-coordinator for Stritch's graduate programs in Educational Leadership and in Reading/Literacy. Steve has served in local government and on boards of many local not-for-profit agencies. He is married, has one daughter and son-in-law, and one granddaughter.

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