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Meet our Teacher Advisory Board

The heartbeat of Remind, our advisory board is a handpicked group of teachers that guide our product decisions.

  • Michael Buist Knox Gifted Academy, 5th Grade — all subjects with a focus on STEAM
    Jessica Deon Rosepine Elementary, 5th Grade
  • Jen Roberts Point Loma High, 11th Grade English
    Jason Seliskar Rowland Avenue Elementary & Azusa Pacific University, 4th Grade & Adjunct Professor
  • Dr. Kathyrn Cook Georgian College, Post-secondary liberal arts & general education
    Robin Love Pickerington High School Noth, 11th & 12th Grade English
    Jessica Stanford Pearl Academy, 1st Grade
  • Todd Nesloney Fields Store Elementary, 5th Grade Math
    Rhonda Gunkel Chatfield Senior High, High School Spanish
    Becky Mead Heritage Elementary, 5th Grade Math
  • Diane Main The Harker School, Instructional Tech & 9th-12th Grade Computer Science
  • Melissa Hero Carlmont High School, High School Biology & AVID
  • Erin Klein Cranbrook Educational Community, 2nd Grade – all subjects
    Dr. John Wesolowskit Charles Carroll Middle, 7th & 8th Grade Lang. Arts & AVID
    Michael Thompson P. R. Leyva Middle, 8th Grade Math
    Barbara Sader Heritage Elementary, 5th Grade Math
  • Lisa Kroster Conestoga College, 1st Year College
  • Jay Sonnenburg Katy ISD, Digital Learning Coordinator
  • Ben Spieldenner Ashland High, 9th–12th Grade English
    Lisa Olesen Lindsay Thurber Comprensive High, 9th, 11th & 12th Grade English
  • Steve W. Anderson Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, Director of Instructional Technology
  • Carlos Fernandez Leon County, Instructional Technology District Coordinator
  • Matt Hurst Middle School iPad Teacher
  • Angela Estrella Library Media Teacher
    Tony Giles Sprayberry High, Honors & AP English
  • Craig Nobiling High School Social Studies
  • Jena Sherry Wisconsin Virtual Academy (WIVA), Middle School Math, Pre-Algebra & Algebra 1
  • Nicholas Provenzano Grosse Pointe South High Schools, 9th & 10th Grade English
  • Drew Minock Eastover Elementary, 4th Grade
  • Brad Waid Eastover Elementary, 3rd Grade
  • John Phillips Urbandale Elementary, Technology
  • Christopher Kauter Deer Park High, Social Studies & Senior Internship Advisor
    Pam Vazquez Lexington Middle, 8th Grade South Carolina History
  • Catherine Flippen Mount Vernon, Secondary Educator
  • Chris Carter DeLay Middle, 8th Grade Science
  • Holly Reid Clift Elementary, 3rd Grade, Math & Science, UIL Coordinator
    Lindsay Pinkelman Delta Junction High, School Counselor
  • Steve Figurelli Edison Twp. Public Schools, Staff Development Trainer
  • Brant Farris Bowie ISD, Instructional Technology Coordinator
  • Roni Habib Gunn High, Ed Tech Coord. & Positive Psych. Teacher
  • Adam Welcome John Swett, Elementary Principal
  • John Damaso Brophy Prep, English
  • Christopher Webb Lester B. Pearson School Board, Math
    Corey Teitsma Lake Ridge Middle, Special Education
    Daisy Marino Warren Elementary, 4th Grade ELA Teacher & Campus Tech Mentor
  • Kyle Pace Kansas City, MO, Instructional Technology Specialist
  • Tom Murray Washington, DC, State & District Digital Learning Director
  • Lisa Dabbs Educational Consutlant, Author, Speaker, Blogger
  • Tasha Candela Lake Shore High, 10-12th Grade Web Design & Instructional Technology Consultant
  • Andrew Marcinek Grafton Public, Director of Technology
  • Isaac Pineda Colegio Inglés, Monterrey, Mexico, Technology Integration Specialist
  • Dominique Dynes American School Foundation of Guadalajara, A.C., 6th Grade Social Studies
  • Manel Trenchs i Mola Escola Pia Santa Anna, Mataró Barcelona, Spain, Art History
    • Michael Buist Knox Gifted Academy, 5th Grade — all subjects with a focus on STEAM
      Jessica Deon Rosepine Elementary, 5th Grade
    • Jen Roberts Point Loma High, 11th Grade English
      Jason Seliskar Rowland Avenue Elementary & Azusa Pacific University, 4th Grade & Adjunct Professor
    • Dr. Kathyrn Cook Georgian College, Post-secondary liberal arts & general education
      Robin Love Pickerington High School Noth, 11th & 12th Grade English
      Jessica Stanford Pearl Academy, 1st Grade
    • Todd Nesloney Fields Store Elementary, 5th Grade Math
      Rhonda Gunkel Chatfield Senior High, High School Spanish
      Becky Mead Heritage Elementary, 5th Grade Math
    • Diane Main The Harker School, Instructional Tech & 9th-12th Grade Computer Science
    • Melissa Hero Carlmont High School, High School Biology & AVID
    • Erin Klein Cranbrook Educational Community, 2nd Grade – all subjects
      Dr. John Wesolowskit Charles Carroll Middle, 7th & 8th Grade Lang. Arts & AVID
      Michael Thompson P. R. Leyva Middle, 8th Grade Math
      Barbara Sader Heritage Elementary, 5th Grade Math
    • Lisa Kroster Conestoga College, 1st Year College
    • Jay Sonnenburg Katy ISD, Digital Learning Coordinator
    • Ben Spieldenner Ashland High, 9th–12th Grade English
      Lisa Olesen Lindsay Thurber Comprensive High, 9th, 11th & 12th Grade English
    • Steve W. Anderson Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, Director of Instructional Technology
    • Carlos Fernandez Leon County, Instructional Technology District Coordinator
    • Matt Hurst Middle School iPad Teacher
    • Angela Estrella Library Media Teacher
      Tony Giles Sprayberry High, Honors & AP English
    • Craig Nobiling High School Social Studies
    • Jena Sherry Wisconsin Virtual Academy (WIVA), Middle School Math, Pre-Algebra & Algebra 1
    • Nicholas Provenzano Grosse Pointe South High Schools, 9th & 10th Grade English
    • Drew Minock Eastover Elementary, 4th Grade
    • Brad Waid Eastover Elementary, 3rd Grade
    • John Phillips Urbandale Elementary, Technology
    • Christopher Kauter Deer Park High, Social Studies & Senior Internship Advisor
      Pam Vazquez Lexington Middle, 8th Grade South Carolina History
    • Catherine Flippen Mount Vernon, Secondary Educator
    • Chris Carter DeLay Middle, 8th Grade Science
    • Holly Reid Clift Elementary, 3rd Grade, Math & Science, UIL Coordinator
      Lindsay Pinkelman Delta Junction High, School Counselor
    • Steve Figurelli Edison Twp. Public Schools, Staff Development Trainer
    • Brant Farris Bowie ISD, Instructional Technology Coordinator
    • Roni Habib Gunn High, Ed Tech Coord. & Positive Psych. Teacher
    • Adam Welcome John Swett, Elementary Principal
    • John Damaso Brophy Prep, English
    • Christopher Webb Lester B. Pearson School Board, Math
      Corey Teitsma Lake Ridge Middle, Special Education
      Daisy Marino Warren Elementary, 4th Grade ELA Teacher & Campus Tech Mentor
    • Kyle Pace Kansas City, MO, Instructional Technology Specialist
    • Tom Murray Washington, DC, State & District Digital Learning Director
    • Lisa Dabbs Educational Consutlant, Author, Speaker, Blogger
    • Tasha Candela Lake Shore High, 10-12th Grade Web Design & Instructional Technology Consultant
    • Andrew Marcinek Grafton Public, Director of Technology
    • Isaac Pineda Colegio Inglés, Monterrey, Mexico, Technology Integration Specialist
    • Dominique Dynes American School Foundation of Guadalajara, A.C., 6th Grade Social Studies
    • Manel Trenchs i Mola Escola Pia Santa Anna, Mataró Barcelona, Spain, Art History

What’s the Teacher Advisory Board?

Remind was founded on the principle of talking to teachers about communication obstacles and understanding how we can help to solve them. We believe that the future of Remind is reliant on continuing to work hand in hand with teachers in the same way we got our start. That is the fundamental reason we created the Teacher Advisory Board (T.A.B.). We’re not experts on classroom needs, teachers are. None of our product decisions are made, tested, or released, without the input of teachers.

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