Renita leads the Technology Assistance Group, working in the area of technology and curriculum providing technology leadership, planning, and professional development. Renita has had a wide range of educational roles including teacher, athletic coach, technology coordinator, curriculum director, and technology supervisor. She has served as an adjunct professor for Wright State and Ashland Universities. Renita completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Miami University.
Rob has served in a variety of educational roles including teacher, curriculum writer, and technology coordinator. He is currently an adjunct professor at Xavier University. Rob completed his undergraduate degree at Wright State University and post-graduate work through Penn State University. Rob provides leadership, planning, and professional development through Hamilton County ESC.
Laura's areas of expertise include technology leadership and integration, distance learning, and professional development. She has worked at various districts throughout Hamilton county as an instructional technology consultant focusing on LMS integration and Google Apps for Education. Laura earned her undergraduate degree from Elon University and has masters' degrees from Miami University and Xavier University.
Rebecca's areas of expertise include instructional design, eLearning, and differentiation. She uses her passion for cutting edge technology to ignite productivity and learning through her work with teachers and administrators. Her educational background includes a master's degree in Instructional Design & Technology from Miami University, a bachelor's degree in education, and an Ohio Department of Education Technology Endorsement on her license.
Jennifer has served as a middle school teacher, art teacher, and has spent time in the business sector providing corporate computer training. Most recently she was an academic coach focusing on the Marzano Framework and classroom technology integration. Areas of expertise include technology integration, professional development, and technology review and selection. Jennifer completed her undergraduate degree at Point Park University and graduate degree at Xavier University.
Amy has served as a high school English teacher, a test scorer, a data person for Workforce Investment and a curriculum consultant. Areas of interest include all things Apple, apps, and technology integration for students as well as professionals. Amy is also an adjunct for Ashland University. She completed her undergraduate work at Kenyon College and her graduate degrees at Xavier University.
Rusty has been the Technology Administrator with HCESC since 2000 and is responsible for the network and any computer- related technologies at HCESC. He has been working with computers since the early ‘90’s and has been a full time “computer geek” since 1997.