Ann Alexander, M.Ed.
DIRECTOR OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Ann Alexander, M. Ed., is entering her 18th year in teaching and educational support. Prior to her position at the School of Osteopathic Medicine, she served as the Client Solutions Advocate for LCMS+, Inc., a medical learning management system. Her responsibilities included serving as the primary product expert and technology evangelist for medical school clients. She furthered the company’s efficiency and documentation and trained new clients while developing their iteration of the system for each client university and their medical students.
Prior to the position with LCMS+, Inc., Ann worked as the Program Director for Medical Education Technology at the University of Kansas School of Medicine (KUMC). Ann wrote medical technology grants for KUMC and was able to implement a Bring your own Device (BYOD) project to the university. She also led a project which published dissection iBooks and then deployed iPads to the Dissection Labs. She was the liaison for the Office of Medical Education with the Library, Information Technology and Teaching and Learning Departments and worked with them to discover and implement new technologies for student research and learning.
Prior to working at KUMC, Ann was a campus instructional technologist at Comal Independent School District in Comal County and then at Northside Independent School District in San Antonio. Ann also taught high school English and middle school Language Arts at Comal Independent School District.
Ann is a member of the Alpha Theta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, a Christian organization that promotes and supports women educators and the national pet therapy organization, Pet Partners.