Michigan Collaboration Hub (MiCH)
The Michigan Collaboration Hub (MiCH) includes the sustainable work that was created by the Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant (TRIG). These projects include:
- MI Open Book Project
- Michigan Data Hub
- State Education Network (MiSEN)
The Michigan Collaboration hub believes we best meet the needs of all students by working together.
The Vision of the Michigan Collaboration Hub is to deliver innovative solutions serving the diverse needs of public education.
The Mission of the Michigan Collaboration Hub is to leverage the collective resources of Michigan's ISDs and strategic partners to create innovative solutions for public education.
Steering Committee Members:
Amanda Stoel, Michigan Dept. of Education
Dan Allen, Director of Technology, Lapeer ISD
Dave Judd, Michigan Dept. of Education
Darren Schiltz, Director of Technology, Dickinson Iron ISD
Diane Talo, HIL Grant
Glen Finkel, Director of Technology, Kent ISD
Heidi Kattula, Superintendent, East Grand Rapids Public Schools
Kurt Rheaume, Director of Technology, Wayne RESA, METL Chair
Luke Wittum, Assistant Superintendent - Tech & Media, Genesee ISD
Marc Wills, Supervisor of Services for Students w/ Autism Spectrum Disorder, Northwest Education Services (formerly TBAISD)
Mike Richardson, Director of Technology, Copper Country ISD
Tammy Evans, Chief Information Officer & Assistant Superintendent for Shared Services, Oakland Schools
Tom Johnson, Director of MiCH, MAISA
Tonya Harrison, Director of General Education, Mecosta Osceola ISD
Tim Davis, Data Hub Vendor Relations Manager, MAISA
Steve Ezekian, Deputy Superintendent, Wayne RESA
Don Dailey, Project Director, Michigan Data Hub, MAISA
Questions on how to collaborate?
Please contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org