About Annamaria Schrimpf
Director of Educational Technology, Winchester Public Schools, Winchester, MA
Annamaria Pisari Schrimpf has been the Director of Educational Technology for the Winchester Public Schools for twelve years and has been in the district for fifteen years. She has been an educator for more than 30 years, including teaching at the middle, high school and junior college level in the field of Business/Computer Education. Her undergraduate degree is from Suffolk University in Business Education and her graduate degree from Lesley University in Technology in Education. Ms. Schrimpf is currently in her second term as President of MassCUE (Massachusetts Computer Using Educator), founding board member of METAA (Massachusetts Educational Technology Administrators Association) and advisory board member on ETAC (Educational Technology Advisory Committee for the DESE). She is also on several committees throughout the state which includes KSPT subcommittee member (Knowledge and Skills for Professional Teachers for the DESE). She is also on the CTO subcommittee of CoSN whose primary task is to develop a national certification for Chief Technology Officers (CTO). Prior professional contributions include board member of CITI (Commonwealth Information Technology Initiative), feature writer for OnCUE, and planning committee member and Wingspread facilitator for STEM Summits. Ms. Schrimpf has presented for the MA DESE, M.A.S.S. and MassCUE, showcasing best practices using technology for 21st century teaching and learning. She is also the 2009 “Making It Happen Award” recipient from the ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education).