As a 501(c)(3) organization, we rely on our content providers, sponsors, donors, foundations, and technology partners to achieve our mission of breaking down educational barriers around the globe, especially for underserved communities. There are many ways to contribute, and all means of support are greatly appreciated.
An innovative leader, Glenn Morris has developed and coordinated award-winning technology and applied academic programs, serving as a director for the South Central Service Cooperative. A teacher and administrator, Glenn has forged relationships for over three decades, shaping collaborative initiatives that connect education, workforce, and community.
Director of Strategic Development
Aimee Armer comes to CILC with more than 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector where she has served as director, board president, and founder. Aimee has worked for organizations such as People’s Health Clinic, Big Brothers Big Sisters and JDRF, and brings a unique set of skills as a community-uniter and expert relationship builder to her role as Director of Strategic Development.
Director of Partnerships and Engagement
Before joining CILC as Director of Partnerships and Engagement, Allyson Mitchell held a variety of leadership positions within departments of learning in art, history, and university museums. In these roles, she supervised the design of multiple Distance Learning studios as well as the development of the supporting Interactive Virtual Learning programming and training of affiliated staff or experts. Allyson has presented in a series of national and international conferences to discuss the implications of integrating distance learning in museum settings and diverse learning environments. She has actively published scholarship on this topic; most recently she was co-author and contributing artist of the book Museums & Interactive Virtual Learning (Spring 2022).
Director of Member Relations
Tami Moehring is currently the Director of Member Relations at CILC where she manages overall operations and provides support, training, and mentoring to Content Providers and members. In her role, Tami is helping CILC grow its partnerships and expand its impact for CILC and Content Providers, as well as educators and students. Before coming to CILC, she spent nine years in museum education working at the Minnesota Historical Society and various museums. She has presented at state and national conferences on the importance of virtual learning. Most recently she co-authored the book Museums & Interactive Learning, which was released in 2022.
Creative and Support Staff
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