Safari Montage
Dr Shannon Terry

Safari Montage has announced four new hires at the West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania-based K12 learning object repository, video streaming library, and IPTV and live media streaming provider.

Dr Shannon Terry has been appointed as vice-president of national strategic accounts to work closely with school districts. Terry joins from the Texas Education Agency where she worked as the division director of program integration strategy. Before that she was executive director of professional and digital learning for Dallas Independent School District.

Kate Crawford has been appointed as vice-president of strategic accounts to work closely with the team at Chicago Public Schools, effective from August. Crawford was previously director, digital learning and media services at Fayette County Public Schools in Georgia where she spent the past decade guiding the district on the use of technology and determined the applicability for educational settings and student achievement.

Kate Crawford

Tricia Kennedy has been appointed as a consultant to work with K12 partner districts to develop and implement an effective digital curriculum. Kennedy was previously executive director, instructional development and support for Gwinnett County Public Schools in Georgia.

Safari Montage
Tricia Kennedy

Nicole O’Brien has been appointed as manager of customer engagement to work with K12 partner school districts throughout the Northeast US. O’Brien was previously an account services manager for Education Networks of America and before that worked as the technology integration coordinator for Sharon Public Schools and the application integration support at Newton Public Schools in Massachusetts.

Tim Beekman, president and co-founder of Safari Montage, said: “The addition of this fabulous foursome of ed tech leaders will help Safari Montage strengthen our vision and commitment to advancing the possibilities for digital teaching and learning in K12 classrooms.”

Safari Montage
Nicole O’Brien

Date Published: 13 June 2022

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