WASHINGTON, D.C. (Nov. 7, 2012) – The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, announced new members of its Education Division Board of Directors. These newly elected and appointed executives from SIIA member companies represent a broad spectrum of corporate interests, and their visionary leadership will help guide the education technology industry during this time of seismic change.
As board members, these individuals represent more than 190 SIIA Education Division member firms that provide software, digital content and other technologies for educational needs. The new board members will help to develop the Division’s initiatives and determine the projects, activities and events to be undertaken by the board.
“This board represents some of the education technology industry’s leading thinkers, voices, and advocates,” said Karen Billings, SIIA Education Division vice president. “SIIA welcomes the new board members, and we value the opportunity to work collectively on advancing the industry’s interests.”
Eight executives were elected to serve two-year terms, while five representatives have been appointed to serve one-year terms.
Newly elected board members serving two-year terms:
Board members appointed to one-year terms:
Board members serving one more year of their elected two-year terms:
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry. SIIA provides global services in government relations, business development, corporate education, and intellectual property protection to more than 500 leading software and information companies. The SIIA Education Division serves and represents more than 200 member companies that provide software, digital content and other technologies that address educational needs. The Division shapes and supports the industry by providing leadership, advocacy, business development opportunities and critical market information. For more information, visit www.siia.net/education.?