Patrice BryanPatrice Bryan
2013 Follett Challenge winner, Patrice Bryan taught English for 20 years before moving into the service learning arena. She now teaches social justice and semester of service at Maplewood Richmond Heights High School, an International Center for Leadership in Education model school and Apple Distinguished School, in St. Louis. Patrice also coordinates the district food pantry program, Weekend on Wheels, which is student-run and feeds 17 families weekly. She serves on the district's literacy team, the teaching and learning committee, and coordinates district-level service learning projects. Her passion for school innovation and transformation were a natural fit for the Follett Challenge.

Mike GormanMichael Gorman
Michael Gorman, a graduate of Western Michigan, Indiana, and Johns Hopkins Universities, is the 1:1 coordinator at Southwest Allen Co Schools (Fort Wayne). He consults for Discovery Ed, November Learning, PBS, and BIE. Mike has presented at ISTE in Washington DC/Denver/ Philadelphia, BLC in Boston, the National Middle School Conference, IMLEA, ICE and CELLs Education Transformation Conference in Indianapolis, the National STEM Institute in Washington DC, MECC in Tempe and CUE in Palm Springs.
Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller has taught both in the brick-and- mortar classroom and online. He currently serves on the National Faculty for the Buck Institute for Education and ASCD. He travels internationally, training educators and presenting at conferences around his areas of expertise. He has presented at a variety of conferences including National Association for Multicultural Education, National Council for Teachers of English, and iNACOL's Virtual Schools Symposium. He is an avid blogger for a variety of organizations including, ASCD, Edutopia and the education section of the Huffington Post. He is a member of KinectEducation, a group committed to using Game-Based Learning and Game Technology in the classroom.
Paul SanfrancescoPaul R. Sanfrancesco
Paul Sanfrancesco is director of technology for the Owen J Roberts School District in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA. He teaches as adjunct professor in the Graduate Education Department at Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA and Neumann University, Aston, PA. He was named as one of the "20 to Watch" educators for 2008 by the National School Boards Association for his work in IT. He has served on Dell's K-12 Platinum Council for the past seven years. He is a speaker and a technology consultant for William H. Sadlier, Inc., publishing company. Mr. Sanfrancesco has offered presentations to teachers, administrators, parents and students across the country in topics that cover digital footprint to setting technology visions for districts.