SETDA Announces Bud Hunt
as Director of Projects and Initiatives
November 15, 2021 (Washington D.C.) – Bud Hunt has been named Director of Projects and Initiatives for the State Educational Technology Directors Association. SETDA is the principal non-profit membership association representing U.S. state and territorial educational technology and digital learning leaders. SETDA provides well-established forums for advocacy for policy and practice, professional learning, inter-state collaboration, and public-private partnerships centered on digital learning and equity.
Most recently with the Clearview Library District in northern Colorado, Hunt brings his vast teaching, instructional technology, information technology, project management, systems design, and facilitator experience to SETDA in this role. His extensive experience in both pedagogy and technical systems helps him to build bridges between the educational and technological sides of educational institutions.
Hunt earned his Master’s degree in English at Colorado State University, where he was also a founding member of CSU’s local site of the National Writing Project. He was recognized as one of ten ConnectED Champions of Change by President Obama in 2013.
“As SETDA continues to support state leaders and help all students across the country access technology-empowered learning opportunities, Bud’s passion, deep experience, and thoughtful implementation strategies will be invaluable to SETDA’s mission-critical initiatives and we are excited to have him lead this work for the SETDA community” stated Julia Fallon, SETDA Executive Director.”
Mr. Hunt will join the SETDA team on December 7, 2021.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) is the principal association representing U.S. state and territorial educational technology and digital learning leaders. Through a broad array of programs and advocacy, SETDA builds member capacity and engages partners to empower the education community in leveraging technology for learning, teaching, and school operations.
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