Anne-Marie Fiore has cultivated a career of over 20 years in curriculum, instruction, and technology. Currently an assistant professor and subject matter expert, Anne-Marie has worked as a director of technology, instructional technology facilitator, Cisco-certified instructor, network administrator, and professor of web technologies. Anne-Marie has worked in K12 academic and vocational settings, as well as higher education.
Under Anne-Marie’s direction as the Executive Director of Technology and Information, the Chelmsford Public Schools was chosen as a model district for the first National Connected Superintendents Summit at the White House in 2014. Model districts were chosen for their use of digital learning and helping teachers harness the power of technology to create personal learning environments for all students.
Named as one of the Top 100 Most Social K-12 Tech Leaders on Twitter 2015 by the Huffington Post, Anne-Marie Fiore has been the recipient of the Extreme Network Award based on her educational commitment to implementing a personalized 21st century learning environment and embodying the best in American education. Four winners from North America were selected on how well they instituted a one-on-one or mobile learning environment, facilitated individual instruction, and encouraged curricular growth.
Recently completing a doctoral degree in curriculum and instruction, Anne-Marie Fiore holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the Boston Conservatory of Music, a master’s degree in school administration and leadership from Cambridge College and a certificate in Networking and Internet Systems Management from Bentley College.