Teresa is the Principal at Moama Anglican Grammar where she teaches IT. In her role, one of the many areas she manages is whole school curriculum, assessment and reporting, strategic ICT and innovative IT programs including 3D Printing, Wearable IT, Coding for Girls and Nao Robotics. Teresa is experienced in the development and implementation of 1:1 programs, BYOD and Continuous Online Reporting, Data Visualisation and LEAN business practise. She specialise in delivering Professional Development programs and courses for schools and her strong interest in Technology, Curriculum and Pastoral Care has seen her work with Education Nation, DigiCon, Future Schools, Technovation, GO4IT Women in IT, Harvard University’s Project Zero, and RULER program by Yale University. Teresa has a Bachelor and a Master’s degree in IT/Education and a Graduate Diploma in Computer Education. Teresa has been recognised by ACEL receiving an award in the area of Women in Leadership also being a member MACEL. She was induced Worldwide Who's Who for Excellence in Educational Services in 2013. A regular writer and contributor to academic journals and presenter at conferences, Teresa takes pride in contributing to the educational landscape and role modeling women in IT.