ITEEA Announces Board of Directors Election Results


November 03, 2022

November 03, 2022 —
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ITEEA Announces Board of Directors Election Results

RESTON, VA, NOVEMBER 3 2022 – ITEEA's professional and life members have completed a balloting process to elect a new President-Elect and Directors for Regions 1 and 3.


The elected candidates joining the ITEEA Board of Directors in April 2023 are:

Scott Nichols


Coordinator of Career Programs, STEM, and Computer Science

Maryland State Department of Education

Baltimore, MD

Michele Dischino

(Region 1 Director)

Professor, Technology and Engineering Education

Central Connecticut State University

New Britain, CT

Hannah Reisdorf

(Region 3 Director)

Construction Pathway, Trades & Industry Teacher

Moorhead High School Career Academy

Moorhead, MN

Also joining the ITEEA Board of Directors as Council appointees are:

Mike Fitzgerald, DTE

(Council for STEM Leadership)

Education Associate

Delaware Department of Education

Dover, DE

Kevin Sutton

(Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association Director)

Career & Technical Education

Reich College of Education

Appalachian State University

Boone, NC

Sincere thanks are extended to the new Board Members for taking on this leadership role and to the other candidates for their willingness to share their wealth of experience and talent with ITEEA. By being part of the ballot, each of the candidates has demonstrated their commitment and leadership in the field. 


This year’s ballot also included a request for approval of proposed revisions to the ITEEA Bylaws, which were last revised in 2016. The proposed revisions were mostly editorial and non-substantive, and members had the opportunity to review the revisions in advance of voting on the change. A two-thirds majority of the members voting was required to pass the Bylaws change, which was readily reached.


Finally, well over the required 50 voting members signed a petition supporting formation of a  Secondary STEM Council. The Board will vote on the "Intent to Organize" proposal for the new Council at its January Board meeting. 

ITEEA ( is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Its mission is to promote technological and engineering literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. ITEEA strengthens the profession through leadership, professional development, membership services, publications, and classroom activities.
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Kathleen de la Paz
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