Antonio Pagán is an innovative thinker and strategic analyst for the issues current to education, especially online education, and technology management within Municipal settings. Throughout his career in technology, education has been the common thread. As teacher, trainer, and most recently an advocate for technology integration across all levels of education–from policy to the classroom–Pagán has made a powerful impact in lifting up the people around him through opportunity and education. Pagán draws on more than three decades experience in the computer, software and telecommunications industry in both the public and private sectors of Puerto Rico and Massachusetts. In past years working directly in K-12 Education he has served as an advisor to many regional and statewide projects and initiatives including: MassCUE Board of Directors, serving on and facilitating the Adult Basic Education Distance Learning Advisory Board (ABE DLAB) during the ABE DL project, a partnership between CES and DESE which devised a statewide model for GED and ELL DL program and the Board of The Global STEM Education Center.