BALTIMORE COUNTY—Jeanne Imbriale, director of the Baltimore County Public Schools’ Office of Enterprise Applications, earned an IMS Global 2020 Leadership Award for K-12 and State Leadership.
Only six awards were presented in this category by the international association.
The award was presented during the IMS Global Learning Impact Leadership Institute. According to IMS, awards are presented to honor “outstanding educational technology leaders who have gone above and beyond displaying creativity, passion, vision for creating K-12 digital ecosystems.
These individuals are dedicated educational technology professionals that make significant contributions to developing the future of education by collaborating on interoperability standards and major initiatives that improve the digital teaching and learning ecosystem.”
“This year, all of us have come to have a greater understanding of the importance, challenges, and potential of education technology,” said BCPS Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams.
“Jeanne Imbriale and her team in the Department of Information Technology have been in the forefront of preparing us for this moment. We congratulate her for this impressive honor and thank her for the work she does on behalf of our students and staff.”
“Jeanne Imbriale has an impact that extends beyond her district and state,” said Tim Clark, vice president of K-12 Programs at IMS Global Learning Consortium. “She is truly impacting learning at a national and international level. She is a crucial voice on the IMS Institutional Leadership Board as well as a distinguished representative for all K-12 members on our IMS Board of Directors. It is an honor to present her with the IMS Global Leadership Award.”
An educator for more than 25 years, Imbriale has worked for BCPS for 15 years. As director of enterprise applications, she leads the development of system solutions for all 175 schools, centers, and programs, provides support and quality assurance, supervises the capture of student data and reporting, manages the school system’s digital ecosystem, develops web strategies to meet the needs of students, and manages the establishment of internal data governance structures. Prior to her current role, Imbriale served as supervisor and then coordinator of organizational development for BCPS.
Imbriale has been acknowledged for advancing the field of educational technology through multiple presentations to professional associations nationwide and has been recognized for the creation and execution of data governance and privacy practices. Most recently, she earned the Certified Education Technology Leader designation awarded by the Consortium for School Networking.
Imbriale earned a master’s degree in educational/instructional technology and certificate in school administration and leadership from the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, and a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and teaching from Stevenson University.