Dr. Reed developed her classroom and central office experience in Fairfax County Virginia where she was an Instructional Technology Specialist in the Department of Instruction for 6 years and she was a High School teacher for 19 years. From 1999 thru 2001, she was loaned to the U. S. Department of Education as the Technology Teacher in Residence in the Office of Education Technology. Dr. Reed holds a Ph.D. in Education Evaluation from the University of Virginia. Her dissertation is entitled. “Systemic Technology Infusion: Effects on Teachers and Students.”
CaseNEX, LLC, is a spin-off company from the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education that was established in Fall 2001. CaseNEX finds its roots in a university research project that started in 1996. A series of grants from federal and private sources and in-kind funding, and early support from the Darden Business School’s (UVA) business incubator program, allowed the founding team of researchers to develop the company’s research-based methodologies, to test its cutting edge content and training model, and to establish a foundational library of course materials.