ST. LUCIE COUNTY – With a strong history of innovative leadership and a positive record of advancing St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) technology infrastructure and technology support system, Chief Information Officer Terence O’Leary, will serve a two-year term on the Microsoft’s K12 Advisory Board. This prestigious Board is made up of 30 members from across the United States representing both large and small districts.
O’Leary said, “Having our voice at the table is of great importance to our school centers. The opportunity to serve on this Board will help ensure we are delivering a valuable service as well as help shape the service and relationship needs of our partnering organization.”
As a member of the Advisory Board, O’Leary will be working with other like-minded individuals to discuss and address school challenges, develop product solutions, and advocate for priorities to Microsoft leadership.
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