Ralph Valenzisi is the Chief of Digital Learning and Development for Norwalk Public Schools in Connecticut, United States. His responsibilities include areas such as Educational Technology, supervision and the development of new initiatives.
Ralph currently is the co-chair of the Connecticut Educational Technology Leaders (CTETL), the state affiliate for the Consortium of School Networking (COSN). He is currently a member of the K-12 Advisory Group for Microsoft and the K-12 Advisory Group for Acer computers.
Ralph was formerly the Vice President responsible for Information Technology at Global Partnership Schools. Ralph’s experience in K-12 Educational and Instructional Technology has spanned over 15 years. Prior to Norwalk and Global Partnership Schools, Ralph was the Educational Technology Coordinator for the New Haven Public Schools. Ralph also has served as an adjunct faculty member at the University of New Haven and Fairfield University. He was an Educational Technology Consultant for Imperial Software in New York for two years, and first and foremost, he was a classroom teacher for 9 years in Stamford, CT.
Ralph’s degrees include a B.A from DePaul University, M.S from the University of Bridgeport and 6th year in Educational Administration from Southern CT State University.