Gulliver Schools Future Ready Custom Summit
February 12, 2016


Holly Clark

Holly Clark is a National Board Certified Teacher, Google Certified Innovator and Award-Winning Educator. She has been a long time teacher and administrator and consults globally with schools to help them successfully and purposefully innovate instruction through the use of learning theory, technology and design thinking strategies. 

Holly is an internationally recognized keynote speaker - passionately spreading the idea that we need to disrupt education and innovate our classroom curriculum.

She has taught in both independent and public schools and is the Educational Strategist for EdTechTeam and head of their new publishing division - EdTechTeam Press. Her book - Are You Ready to Disrupt? is due out in February.

Bob Dillion

Dr. Robert Dillon serves the students and community of the Affton School District as Director of Technology and Innovation. Prior to this position, he served as a teacher and administrator and
Dr. Dillon has a passion to change the educational landscape by building excellent engaging schools for all students.

Dr. Dillon serves Secretary of Innovation for Connected Learning, a Saint Louis based organization designed to reshape professional development to meet today's needs. 

Dr. Dillon has had the opportunity to speak throughout the country at local, state, and national conferences as well as share his thoughts and ideas in a variety of publications. He has published two book. Leading Connected Classrooms and Engage, Empower, Energize: Leading Tomorrow's Schools Today throughout the Saint Louis.


Brad Ovenell-Carter

Brad Ovenell-Carter has spent more than a decade exploring the impact of technology on education and his adventures include leading an international student body and faculty around the world with an iPhone, iPad and Macbook Pro.

A member of the Canadian Advisory Board for the Apple Distinguished Educator program and a Google Certified Teacher, he has presented at Apple Education Leadership Institutes, Apple Distinguished Educator Institutes, Alan November’s Building Learning Communities, Google Apps for Education Summits and SXSWedu.

If there’s one thing he’s learned, it’s that the essence of technology has nothing at all to do with anything technological. Brad currently works as the Director of Centre for Innovation at Mulgrave School, an independent, coed pre-K12 International Baccalaureate School in Vancouver, BC.

Bradley Lands 

Bradley Lands is currently the Director of Technology at The Langley School in McLean, VA. He is also an Instructional and a Technology Consultant in the greater Washington D.C. area and throughout Canada and the United States.

Bradley is an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Innovator, Google Education Trainer, National Board Certified Teacher, and a Siemens STEM Institute Fellow.

Michelle Cordy

Michelle Cordy is a grade 3 teacher in London, Ontario, Canada. She began teaching in 2001, and has taught in both K-12 and higher education settings.  She is an Apple Distinguished Educator (2013), Google Certified Innovator (2014), and holds an M.Ed. (2006) in Mathematics and Science education.  Michelle regularly presents at conferences and events. In the past year she has lead talks and workshops in China, Holland and throughout North America

Kevin Brookhouser

Kevin is a Google Apps Certified Trainer and a Google Certified Innovator and Teacher based in Monterey,California. He has trained a wide variety of groups and individuals to use Google and other tools to save time, increase collaboration, and enjoy technology. Seriously.

Kevin regularly gives lectures, talks, keynotes (whatever you want to call them) to schools, businesses, organizations about how we can put computers to work for us. 

Kevin is the Director of Technology at the York School in Monterey, California and author of The 20time Project.

Kim Meldrum

Kim Meldrum currently holds a Masters in Education in Curriculum and Instruction.  She is an experienced educator, administrator, Google for Education Certified Trainer and Technology Innovation Consultant.  Kim has more than twenty years experience in the field of education in Canada, as well as in South Africa where she volunteered to train teachers in an isolated Homeland. 

Kim possesses extensive knowledge in designing teaching and learning opportunities that meet the needs of divergent students. She is passionate about student learning and literacy development.  Kim has international experience supporting teachers in the designing and implementing teaching and learning opportunities using technology as a tool for learning.  She has presented at the annual ASCD conference as well as at ISTE 2015.

Emily Fitzpatrick 

Emily Fitzpatrick is a passionate teacher with experience in mathematics, computer science and special education classrooms in Orangeville, Ontario. 

As a Google for Education Certified Trainer she is focused on maximizing student success and engagement for all learners. Emily integrates technology, blended learning, and developing 21st century skills into her classroom. 

Emily brings international experience to her classroom from Belgium, the UK and Canada.

Kim Randall 
Kim Randall is a global educational technology consultant, who provides engaging and relevant professional development for educators and students. Previously, Kim spent 10 years in the classroom, most recently as a technology teacher for grades 1-8 in Northern California at a 1:1 school. 

Kim is a Google Certified Innovator, Apple Distinguished Educator and STAR Discovery Educator and is a member of the Google Geo Education Advisory Board. Kim earned her B.A. from Tulane University, and an M.A. in Educational Technology Leadership from GWU.