Greg is the president and principal consultant at PSTechGroup, Inc. A former tech support manager and trainer at PowerSchool with 14 years of PowerSchool experience, he goes back to the days in the late 90’s when what is now PowerScheduler was being developed and later integrated into the PowerSchool SIS. He has presented at numerous PSUG conferences over the years. Working with schools all over the world, Greg specializes in Scheduling, Standards, training and implementations.
Jason Springel is the PowerSchool Evangelist (of Insider Screencast fame) and has been assisting schools with their technology needs in a variety of roles for the past 22 years at Apple, Pearson, and PowerSchool, and uses that experience to provide guidance and leadership to help shape future product development. Jason delights in meeting and working with customers and educators at user group conferences and other events, where he has become a well-known speaker. Jason has been a fan and user of PowerSchool since 1999, and feels privileged to officially represent the product.
This is Romy’s seventh year in the PowerSchool world. She currently holds the position of Student Information Systems Specialist at the American School of Dubai and was previously PowerSchool Coordinator at Zurich International School in Switzerland. Apart from founding the European PSUG in 2012 and organizing conferences in Zurich, Valencia, and Malta, and Dubai, she also teaches sessions at the National PSUG conference in Las Vegas each summer. She contributes frequently to the online PSUG Yahoo and PowerSource forums, maintains several customizations on PowerSource Exchange, and enjoys working closely with international schools around the world to represent their voice to PowerSchool product managers and create connections with the wider community.
Kaelon worked at a school district for 10 years prior to moving to PowerSchool. Before managing the implementation of his SIS, he helped teachers integrate technology into their curriculum and provided technology proficiency training for all of the staff and parents. He moved to PowerSchool in 2012 where he worked as an engineer for 3 years before expanding his own company, AccelaSchool, to help as many school districts as he could reach. Kaelon has given workshops at several PSUG events and he is excited to join us in Europe!
intellimedia (Chris Walberg & Ahmad Jawad) (remote)
A longtime sponsor of PSUG conferences, intellimedia is a Canadian consulting and software development company specializing in education services and solutions with a proven track record of helping schools optimize the value of technology investments, including PowerSchool. Intellimedia has extensive knowledge and experience with education solutions and PowerSchool customizations. Their close relationship with PowerSchool LLC as a trusted partner integration consultant positions them to help schools and PowerSchool partners improve efficiency, enhance data driven decision-making, as well as achieve more seamless system integration. Chris Walberg will offer a remote session on either of the two following topics: Advanced Customization, Basic Customizations with Database Extensions.
intellimedia is the primary sponsor for this conference and we are very grateful for their support and contributions!
Bob Cornacchioli (remote)
Bob was the Technology Director and PS Administrator for Shrewsbury Public Schools in Massachsusetts, USA. He currently claims to be retired but his business DERO Technical Services keeps him busy with clients and presenting at most PSUG events all over the country. He is also affiliated with Level Data and ParkBench Software. He’s the guy that has the BOSTON accent! His training specialities include standards, elementary scheduling and building standard based report cards.