I am passionate and dedicated to the advancement of learning through a schooling model that is both student-centered and personalized. My years and variety of experience and advanced education in leadership have presented me with interesting challenges and given me a unique network, skillset and insight that I hope to leverage in fueling an organization or company
I am passionate and dedicated to the advancement of learning through a schooling model that is both student-centered and personalized. My years and variety of experience and advanced education in leadership have presented me with interesting challenges and given me a unique network, skillset and insight that I hope to leverage in fueling an organization or company to success.
Information Technology Leadership
LAN & WAN Technologies, Project Management, E-Commerce Solutions, Remote Access & Cloud Solutions, Strategic Planning & Budgeting, Staff Development & Management, Telecommunications, PBX and Voice Mail Systems, Vendor Relations & Negotiations, Firewalls & VPNs and Team Leadership.
Director of Information Technology and Library Media (CIO/CTO) @ Oversee and manage all information technology operations district-wide, instructional technology curriculum and integration, library media and information literacy program.
Coordinate all district technology planning and oversee all technology budgets and expenditures. (Operating budget of Approx. $7.3 million).
Lead in the development and evolution of the district’s technology vision for both district operation and instruction.
Lead and manage all technology related projects including operations, capital projects, and building projects.
Actively pursue alternative funding sources including Newton Schools Foundation, parent organizations and private, state and federal grants. From July 2011 to Present (4 years 6 months) newton maMember @ The mission of the IMS Instructional Innovation through Interoperability Leadership Council (I3LC) is to enable effective collaboration among school district and state leaders who are creating and implementing technology integration strategies that enable continuous improvement in instruction and personalized learning. The I3LC will lead the adoption of open instructional technology interoperability standards for curriculum, assessment, and all aspects of instructional improvement for the benefit of school districts & states working to put in place a new generation of IT infrastructure. From February 2014 to Present (1 year 11 months) Member Board of Directors @ The Reynolds Center for Teaching, Learning and Creativity is a non-profit organization that encourages creativity and innovation in teaching and learning.
We are dedicated to ensuring that all learners develop the vision, confidence, knowledge and skills needed to move their own lives forward, and to use their talents, strengths and energy to move their communities and the world to a better place. From March 2015 to Present (10 months) Treasurer @ From October 2013 to December 2014 (1 year 3 months) President @ Worked with the MassCUE board to turn MassCUE into a $750K/Year non-profit.
Orchestrated the move of the organization's yearly reputiable event to Gillette Stadium where we have had five consecutive record years. From October 2011 to October 2013 (2 years 1 month) Board Member @ From 2008 to October 2011 (3 years) Director of Information Technology @ • Oversee and manage all technology related operations district-wide including student information systems, financial system (Munis), technology support team, sixteen servers, all software applications and licenses (Approx. 200 titles K-12), internal ISP system, fixed and mobile telephony systems, intercoms, digital security surveillance, TV studio, and library media systems in six district buildings.
• Coordinate technology curriculum and integration district-wide.
• Coordinate all district technology planning (short term and long range) and oversee all technology budgets and expenditures. (Operating budget of Approx.$1 million and yearly capital projects of Approx $350,000).
• Lead and manage all technology related projects including operations, capital projects, and building projects.
• Actively pursue alternative funding sources including Lesley University lab rentals, ISP service to the town, grants and donations. From August 1997 to June 2011 (13 years 11 months)
Ed.D, Educational Leadership @ Northeastern University From 2009 to 2016 Masters, Instructional Technology @ Bridgewater State University From 2002 to 2006 Leo Brehm is skilled in: Educational Leadership, Curriculum Design, Staff Development, Educational Technology, Instructional Technology, Teaching, Technology Integration, E-learning, Strategic Planning, Team Building, Learning Management, Public Speaking, Non-profits, Administration, Policy