The National K20 Initiative Advisory Committee provides input, ideas, and feedback to help shape, guide, and inspire the Initiative in its goals to identify, stimulate, engage, and leverage innovators and innovations in advanced applications, network services, middleware, and content across the .edu spectrum.

Advisory Committee member responsibilities include: identifying and engaging innovators within their state -- among the K12, higher education, library and museum communities -- in Internet2 K20 projects; bringing forward projects for multi-state participation; encouraging SEGP participation in existing Internet2 working groups where appropriate; serving as an information conduit between local/regional/state efforts and the national initiative; and providing feedback to the project directors as the initiative evolves.

View: SEGP representatives | members at large

Alaska

Alabama

Arkansas

California

Colorado

chip.white@co-eaglenet.net
Administrator, Technologist

Connecticut

Florida

Dave.Pokorney@flrnet.org
veronica.sarjeant@flrnet.org

Georgia

marshall.chambers@oit.gatech.edu

Hawaii

Vicki_Kajioka@notes.k12.hi.us
Brett_Tanaka@notes.k12.hi.us

Iowa

Idaho

brady.kraft@ien.idaho.gov

Illinois

Lori.Sorenson@Illinois.gov
Administrator, Technologist

Kansas

Kentucky

bo.lowrey@gmail.com
Other

Louisiana

Massachusetts

Maryland

Maine

john.gregory@umaine.edu

Michigan

Minnesota

bernard@umn.edu
Administrator, Higher Education Faculty, Technologist

Missouri

angelln@more.net
gillispiej@more.net

North Carolina

North Dakota

Nebraska

tom.rolfes@nebraska.gov

New Jersey

laskaris@njedge.net

New Mexico

New York

Ohio

annz@oar.edu

Oklahoma

kurt@onenet.net
pmoss@osrhe.edu

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Virginia

Vermont

Washington

Wisconsin

johnpederson@wiscnet.net