• Michael Abbiatti

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    VP for Technology-Enhanced Education
    Executive Director
  • Rosa Calabrese

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    Manager, Digital and Project Support Services
  • Laura DaVinci

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    Program Manager, Digital Learning Solution Network
  • Cheryl Dowd

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    Director, State Authorization Network
  • Lindsey Downs

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    Manager, Communications
  • Sherri Artz Gilbert

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      Sherri Artz Gilbert, assistant director, operations and member services, has been with WCET since 1999. Her principal responsibilities include preparing and managing the budget, coordinating the membership effort, and database maintenance. Prior to joining WCET, she worked for the Reading Musical Foundation, a non-profit that promotes and facilitates music education and appreciation in order to preserve and develop musical experience and culture in Berks County, Pennsylvania. There she was responsible for donor management and administrator of the Blues in the Schools program. She received a B.S.B.A from Kutztown University in Pennsylvania with a major in Management and Marketing. Originally from Pennsylvania Dutch country, Sherri currently resides above 9200 feet in the Colorado Mountains with her husband and two dogs.

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    Director, Operations and Membership
  • Stacey VanderHeiden Guney

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      Stacey VanderHeiden Güney describes herself as an Educational Evangelist leveraging technology and innovation to increase inclusion in higher education. As Director of the Digital Learning Solution Network (DLSN), she works to strengthen an innovative and healthy digital learning eco-system through support of ongoing network activities, grantee collaborations, and fiduciary management of the network. The long-term goal of the Digital Learning Solution Network is to increase knowledge and demand for tools and practices that demonstrate improved outcomes for first generation, low income, students of color. Prior to the DLSN and WCET, Stacey launched the ACCelerator at Austin Community College and was the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs at Aims Community College. She earned a Ph.D. in Learning Technologies from the University of North Texas, a MS in Engineering & Policyfrom Washington University in St. Louis, and a BA in Physics, Math, and English from Greenville College.

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    Director, Digital Learning Solution Network
  • Charles Hayward

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    Assistant Director, Digital Learning Solution Network
  • Joyce Holliday

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    Administrative Assistant III
  • Mollie McGill

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      Mollie McGill serves as Deputy Director, Programs and Membership for WCET. She assists with the overall management of member services and communications that inform the e-learning community of relevant policy, practices and developments. She facilitates the advancement of several committee projects, such as those dealing with academic integrity and student identity authentication, student retention in online learning, institutional policies and practices for adjunct online faculty, and ownership of learning management systems. In 2009-2010, she has worked with the WICHE Policy Analysis unit on the Statewide Articulation and Transfer project, specifically to study state transfer web portals. Mollie spent nearly 20 years working for WICHE in the early part of her career and, among other accomplishments, was instrumental in founding WCET in 1989. Most recently she directed learning innovations and technology initiatives for the University of Colorado System and served in leadership roles for several Colorado statewide e-learning projects. She received her education degree from Emporia State University. As the parent of twin teenage boys, she has first-hand experience with the technology and study habits of today's millenials.

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    Senior Director, Operations and Membership
  • Russell Poulin

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    Senior Director of Policy, Analysis, and Strategic Alliances
  • Megan Raymond

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      Megan Raymond, Assistant Director, Programs and Sponsorship, has been with WCET since 2007. Her primary responsibility is the coordination of the program and logistics for WCET's Annual Conference. Prior to joining WCET, she was the Assistant Director of housing and conference services at Fort Lewis College, a small liberal arts college in Durango, CO. Megan oversaw a successful conference services program and supervised 22 student staff members and two full-time professional staff. She also adjudicated resident discipline cases and coordinated staff development programming. Megan received a Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Marketing from Fort Lewis College and a Masters in Nutrition and Health Education from Hawthorn University. Running, biking, and trail marathons help Megan burn off stress and occupy her spare time.

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    Director, Programs and Sponsorship
  • Dan Silverman

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    Assistant Director, State Authorization Network
  • Tanya Spilovoy

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    Director, Open Policy