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Prior to joining TEC, Hal was the Chief Information Officer at The New York City Department of Education, America's largest school district, encompassing over 1 million students, more than 100,000 employees, 1,800 schools and a $25 billion budget. While CIO, Hal worked with fellow school district leaders around the country who were battling a complex and unpredictable process of selecting and buying technology for their schools, a problem that often resulted in students and teachers failing to benefit from the devices and software purchased for their classrooms. He co-founded TEC to help solve that problem.

Hal Friedlander

Co-Founder and CEO of Technology for Education Consortium (TEC), Former CIO for NYCDOE

Beulah Daniel joins the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) as the Deputy Chief Information Officer. She has over 20 years of Information Technology experience. In those years she has served in various capabilities with companies like Electronic Data Systems at FINRA to joining University of Maryland, College Park (UMD) and University of Maryland University College (UMUC). It was at UMD that she discovered her passion for solving deeply complex educational and operational problems using technology. During her 7 years with the University System of Maryland she led and managed various IT projects impacting the students, schools and the community. Her passion for education lead her to DCPS an urban environment, where she is committed to improving children’s education through innovative use of technology resources. Her current responsibility spreads over wide range of technology resources from classroom technology to advanced data systems including the management of the Student Information System. She supports the 114 public schools with approximately 50,000 students and 9,000 staff. Beulah has enjoyed the opportunity to be a part of collaborative learning environments and to see young people grow and succeed. Additionally, she also serves on the K-12 Advisory Board for Microsoft’s K-12 School District Advisory Board.

Beulah Daniel