Podcast – #TCEA14 Winner – Tech Admin of the Year – Diana Benner @diben (updated)

Source: http://www.tcea.org
Update: Diana Benner was selected as TCEA 2014 Technology Administrator of the Year! Congrats!

Last week, prior to TCEA 2014, I had the opportunity to chat via Skype with Diana Benner, one of the TCEA 2014 Finalists for Technology Administrator of the Year. Ms. Benner, who serves Del Valle ISD currently as a Technology Coordinator, is well deserving of the recognition and the award.

How do I know this? I know because I’ve had the opportunity to work side by side with her on multiple projects, back when I knew her in the San Antonio ISD as an Instructional Technology Specialist, as a co-facilitator for numerous workshop sessions at various conferences, and co-host of more web sites and podcasts that I can easily list from memory!!

If you’re fortunate, you’ll have the opportunity to work side-by-side with such a talented colleague! Best of luck, Diana!

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