How to work with me:
Because I work full-time, I have limited free time and am highly selective about taking on projects. Here are some ways I can work with you if you think you have a project that would be a good fit.

  1. Ask me to publish a story about someone or something Have a great story idea that you think readers of my blog would like? I might be interested, but I only share stories that will be of great value to my readers. If you think you have a great story idea for my blog, please reach out and we will work with you to determine if what you are proposing is the right fit.
  2. Ask me to Tweet for you
    I receive numerous requests from companies, schools, organizations, and media outlets who want me to Tweet about their event, product, or work. I only Tweet about topics and resources I love. Reach out if you think your readers or mine would benefit.
  1. Book me as a speaker
    I have spoken publicly for the last decade as a thought leader in ed tech. I’ve keynoted numerous events for conferences, corporations, governments, trade associations, schools, and districts. Because I work full-time as an educator, I have to limit the number of invitations I accept. If you have an event or webinar you would like me to consider, please reach out.
  1. Hire me as a personal consultant
    I get lots of requests to provide advice, guidance, and feedback on product ideas, career, education choices, and more, but I have limited time available for it. Please reach out if you think you could benefit from one-on-one interaction with me.

If any of these options are of interest, email