is in her third year as a part-time Assistant Director of College Counseling. In her nine years at Dana Hall, Liz has taught English, provided instructional support to teachers as the Upper School Education Technologist, and spearheaded Dana’s 1:1 iPad program. Prior to Dana Hall, she taught at the University of Vermont, Berkeley Preparatory School in Tampa, and in the New York City public school system. She has presented about teaching and learning at numerous conferences, including NCTE and NAIS, worked as a technology integration consultant with EdTech and other independent schools, and contributed to multiple publications as a freelance writer. Liz graduated from Syracuse University and earned a master’s degree from the University of Vermont.