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"Switching Millennia"
The 39th Annual Conference
November 17-19, 1999
DoubleTree Hotel
Monterey, California

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Keynote Speakers

Carlene Ellis
Corporate Director and Vice President of Education
Intel Corporation

Wednesday Keynote Speaker

Carlene Ellis joined Intel in 1980 as a Manager of Planning and Control, Corporate Information Services. In 1983 she was promoted to Director of Sales and Marketing Administration; she become a Director of Corporate Information Systems in 1985; named Vice President of Corporate Information Systems in 1987; and promoted to corporate office two years later. From 1988 to 1990 she was Vice President of Finance and Administration, from 1990 to 1992 Vice Present of Human Resources, and in 1993 become Vice President of Information Technology. Carlene was appointed Director and Vice President of Education for Intel in January 1999.

As the former CIO of Intel, and current Vice President of Education, Carlene Ellis has a particularly relevant technology vision for education and CEDPA in particular. In her keynote, Carlene will discuss where Intel foresees technology heading for education and how schools (large and small) should develop their IT strategies. She will also discuss how Intel is using its resources to help provide advanced technology to schools, school districts, teachers and students. Intel's technology in networking, video, management software and silicon deliver the best in class solutions to the education market. Intel's goal is to enable schools to teach students better and to help prepare our students for the Technology age that is a part of our lives.

Richard M. Seidner
Director of Business Development, K-12 Education
Oracle Corporation

Friday Keynote Speaker

Rich has responsibility for Oracle's strategy, business partner relationships, and solutions for K-12 Education. Previously, Rich held a similar position for Digital Equipment Corporation, prior to its acquisition by Compaq Computer Corporation. He is a nationally recognized speaker on issues related to technology in K-12 schools and has been associated with the schools market for over 10 years. Rich is a graduate of Shippensburg University (PA), and the Executive Development Program of the Wharton Schools, University of Pennsylvania.

Rich will be addressing major trends in K-12 technology including, enterprisewide computing, decision support systems, digital content, portals, curriculum development and learning management solutions. Rich will provide a national frame of reference from his work with school districts across the country.

Rich is a participating member of the National Coalition on Technology in Education and Training, The Association of School Business Officials, the Software Publishers Association, and the Center for Instructional Leadership and Technology.

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