Tina Petty-Rice, Administrative Intern at Spoede Elementary School is one of twelve educators across the country, and the only educator from Missouri, to participate in the Promethean Administrator Advisory Council. Promethean is a world leader in the rapidly growing global market for interactive learning technology.
The council is made up of individuals who have decision-making authority or major influence with technology purchases and implementations in their district. The Advisory Council serves as an action-oriented, consulting body used to convey customer needs and provide input and insight on Promethean’s offerings. The council is comprised of both large and small educational organizations in order for diverse feedback across a multitude of educational systems to be shared.
Members of the council serve a tenure of at least three years and will meet twice a year to share information and provide input on new products, marketing programs and other initiatives in development. Members of the council will also engage in online forums and interactive discussions on a regular basis.