Meet Our Presenters! Sept 26th Digital Leadership Series Event

We’re excited to present our experts for our Sept 26th Digital Leadership share session! These two educators will provide some of their impactful insight that has made them both sought out national leaders.


Steven Anderson is passionate about the use of social media for the students and teachers he serves. He is an educator, speaker, renowned blogger, and avid tweeter. Anderson, who is @web20classroom on Twitter, shares insights about effective use of social media and technology for learning. In 2009 and 2011, he was voted by his peers the Edublog Awards Most Influential Tweeter. And he is #Edchat co-creator, a #140Conf character, a Bammy Award nominee and an ASCD Emerging Leader. He currently is the Director of Instructional Technology, helping to guide a technology program for over 53,000 students in Winston-Salem, NC.

Steven’s session is Digital Tools for Digital Leaders


Dr. David Stegall is the Superintendent of Newton-Conover Schools. He is a successful teacher and administrator in North Carolina. As an administrator at the building and central office level, he has successfully led schools and  school districts to improve student achievement. He has been recognized by North Carolina ASCD with the Outstanding Young Educator Award. He is a published Phi Delta Kappa scholar, having co-authored the publication ‘Teachers in the lead: A district’s approach to shared leadership.’ In his current role, David is creating innovative ways to help grow school leaders in his district.

David’s session is Innovative Leadership Practices for Digital Leaders

Our first event is Sept 26th at Andrews High School in High Point, NC. The evening begins at 4:30 with registration and networking. Please register for the event by visiting and searching for NC PDK Digital Leadership Lecture Series. Remember – attending this series is free for PDK members. [Join here: PDK Professional Membership]

Join us for a great evening sharing, learning and growing!


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