Title: Executive Director of Learning and Technology
Company: McHenry School District 15
Location: McHenry, Illinois, United States
Dr. Fred Laudadio, Executive Director of Learning and Technology at McHenry School District 15, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements and leadership in education.
Inspired by the team he surrounds himself with and the desire to create something bigger than one could imagine, Dr. Laudadio is the executive director of learning services and technology within McHenry School District 15 in Illinois since 2008. He began his professional career as a computer technician at Webster University in Webster Groves, Missouri, in 2001, remaining in this role for five years before becoming a business and technology teacher within Johnsburg School District 12 from 2004 to 2008. Prior to the start of his career, Dr. Laudadio graduated from Crystal Lake South High School in 1999 and pursued a formal education at McHenry County College, earning an Associate of Applied Sciences in 2001. He then attended Columbia College, where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration in 2002, and Roosevelt University, where he received a Master of Education in secondary education and teaching in 2004. He went on to attain an additional Master of Education in 2008 an EdD in 2015 from Aurora University, respectively, as well as a chief school business official credential from Concordia University of Chicago in 2019.
A basketball/baseball coach and participant with Mano-a-Mano, Dr. Laudadio has been a Keynote speaker at numerous Future Education Conferences. He additionally maintains involvement with numerous organizations related to his field such as the Association for Curriculum District Leaders, the International Society for Technology and Education, the Future Educational Technology Conference and the State Educational Directors Association. In 2019, Dr. Laudadio was the recipient of the Golden Achievement Award from the National School Public Relations Association and came in second place for the STEM Excellence Award at the Future Education Conference, among other awards.
Moving forward, Dr. Laudadio is looking at becoming or working as an assistant superintendent or, possibly, a superintendent of a school district. Furthermore, teaching college and university classes is what he likes to do, so he would enjoy showing others so they can take on what they want to do in education. Dr. Laudadio wants to share his success to help others become successful.
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