CHIEF TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION OFFICER
FORSYTH COUNTY SCHOOLS (GA)
Mike Evans has served in a variety of areas within the Forsyth County School System to help prepare him for his current role of Chief Technology and Information Officer. As CTIO, Mike’s role is to work closely with the Teaching and Learning department as well as the schools to ensure the district can meet the needs of every student. Mike’s department consists of Instructional Technology, Technology Services, and Student Information Systems. The collaboration between these areas, along with others in the district, allows for the emphasis to be on instruction, rather than technology.
Mike’s previous experience in Forsyth County Schools includes several years as Director of Information Systems, Project Director for the five year Investing in Innovation (i3) federal grant awarded to Forsyth County Schools by the US Department of Education, district level Instructional Technology Specialist, school Instructional Technology Specialist and classroom teacher. Prior to his move to Georgia, Mike worked in Orlando, FL as a school-based Technology Coordinator and taught at the elementary school level.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida in Hospitality Management, a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida in Elementary Education, and a master’s degree in Educational Technology from Lesley University.