Board of Directors
Heidi Carr is the ultimate professional example for our teachers, parents, students, and community. She is an educator, leader as well as an inspiring administrator with the Clark County School District which is the fifth largest school district in the United States. Heidi is currently on the board for CUE-NV, has organized a PLAYDATE Vegas as well as the founder of EduNV on Voxer.
Heidi is an innovator, risk-taker and is always willing to go the extra mile to meet her student’s needs. Heidi is dedicated to her students and school. She believes that all students should have their own individualized plan. She is an advocate for all students and has a passion working with inner-city children. Heidi has collaborated with Nevada State College and Las Vegas Housing Authority where she ran after-school and summer programs in Sherman Gardens and Ernie Cragin Public Housing Complexes.
She grew up in Northern Nevada and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from Nevada State College and a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from University Las Vegas Nevada.
Connect with Heidi at @carr_8 on Twitter and Voxer.
Kyle Anderson has been an educator for 11+ years, teaching high school social studies until becoming the Learning Strategist & Technology Coordinator at Shadow Ridge High School in Las Vegas in 2016. He holds a B.S. in Secondary Education Social Studies from Northern Michigan University, M.Ed from Southern Utah University, and an Ed.S in School Administration from Nova Southeastern University. Kyle is a Google Certified Educator, Level 1 & II, an Apple Teacher (Mac & iPad), a Remind Connected Educator, and has been a member of CUE for two years. He has submitted the application to the Google Certified Trainer program and hopes to share his knowledge and passion of educational technology with the educators, students, and communities of Las Vegas, Nevada, and the world. Kyle is a husband to Mary and a father to Elsa and Reed.
Follow Kyle on Twitter (@AndersonEdTech), Voxer (andersonedtech), and subscribe to his education blog at anderson-edtech.blogspot.com.
Jody Myers is the Coordinator of K-12, Professional Learning and Distance Education in the Instructional Design and Professional Learning Division of CCSD. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Pacific University and her Master's degree in Instructional Technology from Nova Southeastern University. Jody began her teaching career teaching middle school and high school math. She then became an Educational Computing Strategist where her primary responsibility was to assist teachers with integrating technology in the classroom. She has created and presented professional development on a wide variety of educational technology topics. Jody became a CUE board member in 2011 working as the conference chair planning and executing the CUE-NV state technology conference. She is currently the CUE-NV treasurer.
Sara Boucher is a geeky sixth year teacher and a new resident to Los Lunas, New Mexico. Currently she is cultivating the next crop of super-geeks in her Robotics and Computer Programming classes at Los Lunas Middle School. Her value as a nerd extends well beyond the classroom. She organized the very first Edcamp Vegas and has provided professional development trainings throughout the country.
She also earned her certification for Blended and Online Learning through CCSD. Sara graduated from UNLV with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education in 2011 followed by a master's degree in Educational Technology in 2014 from Touro University. She earned the School District Employee Making a Difference Award from the CCSD School Board in 2014. Even though Sara is in another state now, she was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. She spent her first five years in elementary teaching 1st grade, 2nd grade, Technology, STEAM, and a Growth Analyst her final year.
You can find Sara on the web at www.msgeekyteach.com or on social media from Twitter to Instagram at @msgeekyteach.