I am the e-Learning Consultant in the Office of Educational Technology at the NH Department of Education. My primary role is project coordinator for the New Hampshire e-Learning for Educators Initiative. The focus of e-Learning for Educators is to bring high quality online professional development to educators in each of the 10 partner states. OPEN NH, the Online Professional Education Network for New Hampshire, was created as a venue to provide high quality online professional development to our New Hampshire educators. Along with taking high quality professional development courses online, OPEN NH provides an opportunity for participation in a long termed sustained education community in which New Hampshire educators can share the successes they have and challenges they face in helping their students achieve. I received bachelors’ degrees in both physics and biology from Wilkes University in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, my home state. A study of the ecological succession that occurred in Candlewood Lake, CT earned me a Master of Arts in limnology and oceanography from Western Connecticut State University. Previously, I taught a variety of sciences at both the middle and high school levels before accepting my position at the New Hampshire Department of Education. While teaching high school biology, physics, chemistry, and environmental science, I continued my studies in education, earning a Master of Science in Education from the University of New England. I have also been a part-time adjunct science professor at a local college, teaching face to face and online classes in the sciences. I have been certified to teach and develop online courses from Franklin Pierce University, Virtual High School, and the EdTech Leaders Online program at the Education Development Center. I also earned a graduate certificate in Educational Technology and Online Learning through EDC and Antioch University Seattle.