The Greater Richmond Area Education Technology Consortium (GRAETC) is an organization conformed of educational technology leaders from the Richmond, Virginia area for over 20 years. The GRAETC Committee recruits executive membership through letters of commitment each year to solicit representation. For the 2020-21 school year, GRAETC has commitment from fourteen public school districts in the Central Virginia region including: Amelia, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Charles City, Dinwiddie, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, Hopewell, New Kent, Petersburg, Powhatan, Prince George and Richmond.
Additional representation and commitment come from Longwood’s Institute for Teaching through Technology and Innovative Practices, Virginia Society for Technology in Education, and Virginia Commonwealth University. Committee commitment includes attending monthly meeting to share and learn about instructional technology practices that passionately support connected learning. The representatives also work hard all year long to bring the annual EdTechRVA Conference to the Greater-Richmond area. The 2020-2021 committee leads are as follows:
GRAETC Chair: Rachael Toy, Henrico County
GRAETC Chair-Elect/Grants Coordinator: Erin Daniel, Henrico County Public Schools
EdTechRVA Conference Chair: Krystal Demas, Goochland County
EdTechRVA Conference Chair-Elect: Kelsey Pacer, Chesterfield County Public Schools
VSTE Representative Heather Causey – Hanover County Public Schools
Symposium Coordinator Wade Kliebenstein – Prince George Public Schools
Treasurer Andrea Burton – Goochland County Public Schools
For more information, please visit our Membership page.