Digital technologies are transforming education. You need a framework for rolling out CIPA strategies that align with budgetary, compliance and cybersecurity goals. In this webinar, you’ll hear from education thought leaders and experts with track records of K-12 EdTech security success.
Ronald Chandler, UCLA Anderson School of Business
Dr. Rick Miller, Santa Ana and Riverside USD
Joe Sommers, iboss Cybersecurity
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CIO, iboss Senior Advisor
As former CIO for the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest district in the U.S., Ron brings a wealth of knowledge and experience managing the network infrastructure challenges of the nation’s largest school districts. We are excited that Ron will be working with us as a consultant, helping iboss better serve our large education customers nationwide. Ron has more than 20 years of experience in corporate strategy, technology strategic planning, systems management and project management, holding leadership roles in education and other industries. Prior to his position with the LAUSD, Ron was CIO for Oakland Unified School District and Managing Principal for NMA Consulting. He is currently the CIO of UCLA's Anderson School of business and a member of the Intel Education Board of Advisors. Ron earned a BSEE from Southern University and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
Former Superintendent & Thought Leader
Dr. Rick Miller has taught at the elementary and secondary levels and has been an elementary and high school principal. In addition, Dr. Miller has served the last 27 years as a school district superintendent. Most recently he has served in the Santa Ana Unified School District and Riverside Unified School District.
The focus of his 40 year career as a school administrator has been on school reform and improved student achievement in diverse settings. He has also co-founded a collaborative assistance program for teachers and administrators and concentrated his organizational efforts on building more collaborative structures within our school organizations.