Jim Lengel earned his degrees at Yale College and the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and has worked in government, academic, and industry organizations for 42 years.
He was Education Technology Consultant for 6 years for Apple Computer before returning to Boston University where he developed the digital media program at the College of Communication, and helped build a center for teaching excellence.
Author - He has written 8 books on education and communication. His latest, Education 3.0
Consultant - Univ. of Nantes (France), South China Univ. of Technology, Apple Computer, Cisco Systems, schools and colleges
Downtime - Races his yawl "Top Cat" along the coast of New England during the summer season.
Andy is co-founder and President of Viget Labs, a Falls Church based digital agency producing websites and technology based experiences for businesses.
He has three children, all of whom are "Digital Natives" having never lived in a time when there was no Internet.
Morgan Crafts has been with Northrop Grumman 17 years managing the largest IT partner for the CDC, led the software development for the national blood supply chain for the American Red Cross, and supported global initiatives.
As program director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention programs, his team grew from 650 staff to 1,200 over 3 years.
A slideshow of the various program areas transformed into classrooms and non-traditional uses due to overcrowding. Mount Daniel has 12 actual classrooms, but closets, storage rooms, and other areas have been reworked to create additional educational environments for the 100 kiddos beyond capacity who arrive ready to learn each day.