Krista Moroder is currently a software engineer at Globality, Inc., a startup working towards creating a new ecosystem for global trade. Before this, she was the project director for a $50 million grant from the Verizon Foundation at the Congressionally-authorized nonprofit Digital Promise. In this role, she worked with school districts all over the country to build a roadmap for how to bring technology into classrooms. Krista has also worked on a micro-credentialing initiative for teacher professional development, as a district instructional technology coordinator, and as an English and video production teacher. In 2013, she received the Outstanding Young Educator of the Year Award from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). Krista has served as an advisor for multiple organizations, including ISTE, the Google in Education team, and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. She is a frequent speaker who has presented on topics such as authentic learning in the classroom, professional learning for teachers, and how to shift perspectives on technology and learning. Her double life includes photography & videography, theater technical work, and learning new hobbies. Say hi!



  • Advisory Council Member, Learning Programs Strategy, Google, 2013
  • Advisory Council Member, Digital Learning, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, 2013
  • Special Projects Team, CUE (Computer Using Educators), 2013
  • Advisory Board Member, NETS Strategy, ISTE, Washington D.C., 2013
  • Board Member, National Neutropenia Network, 2013 – Present
  • Leadership Team Member, ISTE Young Educator Network, 2012 – 2014



  • ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) Outstanding Young Educator Award, 2013. Profile – Leading & Learning
  • Sony Education Ambassador, 2013
  • Google Certified Teacher, 2012
  • ISTE Emerging Leader Award, 2012. Profile – Leading & Learning
  • Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer, 2011