The mission of the Alabama Leaders in Educational Technology is to promote the positive impact of technology in education.
  • Leadership, collaboration, and a shared vision are critical to the success of educational technology strategies at the state, district, and local school levels.
  • Effective technology integration improves teaching, learning, life skills, and workforce development.
  • Technology programs require ongoing professional learning, staffing, and fiscal support.

Chris Jenks, President
Director of Technology
Tuscaloosa City Schools
Greg Titshaw, Exec. Vice President
Technology Coordinator
Fort Payne City Schools
Tim Brothers, VP ProfDev
Chief Technology Officer
Marshall County Schools
Joel Andrews, VP Sponsor Relations
District Technology Coordinator
Russellville City Schools
Dr. Benitha Mathews, Treasurer
Director of Technology
Lowndes County Schools
Dr. David Asbury, Secretary
Director of HR, Career Tech & Technology
Gadsden City Schools
Bryan Phillips, Past President
Chief Information Officer
Hoover City Schools
Susan Poling, Executive Director
Alabama Leaders in Educational Technology
Michael Fowlkes, Region 1
Technology Coordinator
Cullman City Schools
Sean Holmes, Region 2
Chief Technology Officer
Guntersville City Schools
Greg Titshaw, Region 3
Technology Coordinator
Fort Payne City Schools
Wes Lawley, Region 4
Technology Coordinator
Bibb County Schools
April Chamberlain, Region 5
Coordinator of Technology
Trussville City Schools
Randall Fullington, Region 6
Technology Coordinator
Thomasville City Schools
Joel Padgett, Region 7
Technology Coordinator
Tallapoosa County Schools
Brett Dehoff, Region 8
IT Director
Brewton City Schools
Stephanie Synder, Region 9
Technology Coordinator
Pike County Schools