Ralph Benmergui is an award winning Journalist and Broadcaster whose work spans three decades. Recently Ralph has transitioned into new careers as Director of Communications for theHonourable Glen Murray in both the Ministry of Research and Innovation and Training, Colleges and Universities at Queens Park. Currently Ralph is the Executive Director of Partnership and Strategy in the Office of the President at Sheridan College.
As Vice President of ETIN, the Education Technology Network of SIIA, Dr.Billings drives strategic direction, programs, and initiatives for the 180 company members focused on providing technology products and services to the K-12 and postsecondary markets. She has 45 years of experience in the industry and in K-12 and postsecondary classrooms. She has authored four books and numerous articles for education journals, and is a frequent speaker at education conferences.
In January 2015, Currie was appointed Minister of Education, Early Learning and Culture.
Currie grew up in District 11 Charlottetown –Parkdale where he currently lives with his two daughters. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Prince Edward Island and a Master of Education degree from the University of New Brunswick.
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The Summit organizing committee would like to extand thanks to all participants at last year's Canadain EdTech Leadership Summit, who contributed to our success! Special thanks to our valued sponsors and presenters. Below you'll find our storify capturing a twitter summary of the Summit highlights, thanks to our highly engaged delegates.
We’d also like to extend a call for proposals, or speaker suggestions you may have for this year's Summit. Please email us at email@example.com.
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-- Dr. Ron Owston, Dean, Faculty of Education, York University
I enjoyed myself and it was great to hear what is happening in other school boards as well as new EdTech start up companies. The "Dragon's Den" style EdTech start up pitch was a highlight!"
-- Stacey Hymmen, Limestone District School Board
Congratulations on the success of this year's event. I have been creating some good buzz around the office about it!"
-- Tania Sterling, Ed D, VP Efficacy at Pearson Canada
Who Should Attend?
Education Leaders - Senior administrators from K12 and post-secondary institutions; provincial government education officials.
Industry Leaders - Education industry solution providers; technology innovation fund managers.
EdTech Start-Up Firms - Innovators and developers of new business opportunities.
Students - Post-secondary students and graduate students who are working in the fields of education and/or technology.
... and those who are globally minded and prepared to learn, engage and champion 21st century learning models for success