About Me


Tammy Lind is currently a Technology Integration Coach in southeast Wisconsin.  She is a Google Education Trainer and a Google Certified Innovator.  Tammy is also an Intel for Education Master teacher.

Prior to becoming a technology integration coach Tammy worked as an elementary classroom teacher, a special education teacher and a math specialist in the Milwaukee Public and South Milwaukee School Districts. It was during her time as a special education teacher and an Assistive Technology team leader that Tammy became passionate about finding current web-based technologies that make the curriculum accessible to all learners.  Tammy specializes in using Web 2.0 tools with both teachers and students.  

Tammy was a co:contributor of the Teacher Tech Talk Podcast which highlights current classroom technologies and former contributor to the Mobile Reach podcast which highlights current issues in the area of mobile learning in schools.  She is one of the two person team that brought the first Edcamp to Wisconsin and hosted the event in South Milwaukee.  That event was so successful that there have been more than 25 EdCamps around the state since 2012!  She is looking forward to hosting again in 2017.

In addition to teaching graduate level courses, Tammy has presented on technology-related topics at a variety of conferences including The International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE), Computer Using Educators (CUE)-California, Illinois Computing Educators (ICE), The Midwest Google Summit, Iowa Technology & Education (ITEC), Assistive Technology Across the Lifespan,  WI State School Board Association Annual Conference,  School Leaders Advancing Technology in Education (SLATE),  WI Math Council Annual Conference,  and WI Educational Media and Technology (WEMTA).