Mark Edwards serves as the superintendent of the Mooresville Graded School District in Mooresville, N.C. Previously, he was the superintendent of Virginia’s Danville and Henrico County districts. He was Virginia Superintendent of the Year in 2001 and was named a recipient of the Harold W. McGraw Jr. Prize in Education in 2003. For more than 30 years, he has served students in Tennessee, Virginia, Florida, Alabama, and North Carolina, as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, dean, and superintendent. Edwards is considered a pioneer of 1-to-1 computing in public schools. He is currently leading his second district 1-to-1 laptop initiative, equipping more than 5,400 students in the Mooresville district with 21st-century tools via laptops, interactive boards, and iPads.
Asia Fuller-Hamilton in 2008 became the principal of Booker T. Washington Elementary School, now a STEM Academy, in Champaign, IL. She was previously an associate principal at Jefferson Middle School in Champaign.