Meet our teacher advisors

Our TES Teacher Advisory Board consists of a group of stellar teachers and education thought leaders who contribute to the education space in meaningful and diverse ways. 

We lean on them for support and ask for early feedback on new features, so we can make sure that we're always delivering the best experience for teachers like you. Get to know each of them by reading their brief bios on this page.

They're always happy to connect, so feel free to follow them on social media. Just click on the links in their bios.

Happy teaching!

Kerry Gallagher

Kerry is a Digital Learning Specialist at St. John’s Prep in Danvers, MA. She is also the Director of K-12 Education for ConnectSafely. Kerry has taught for 13 years in public Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) schools, and so her classes were paperless. Kerry is both a blogger and speaker. Follow her on Twitter.

Tammy Jones

An educator, author, & T3 Instructor, Tammy believes effective questioning, writing integrations & literacy connections are essential for making content accessible to all.  We cannot teach our students today the way we were taught yesterday for their tomorrow. Follow her on Twitter.

Ken Halla

Currently the coordinator of Fairfax County VA’s Online Campus, Dr. Ken Halla was a long time social studies department chair.  He is also the creator of many blogs including the eLearningBlog and the author the 2015 book, Deeper Learning Through Technology: Using the Cloud to Individualize Instruction. Follow him on Twitter.

Daisy Dyer Duerr

Daisy has served as an International Keynote Speaker, a NASSP Digital Principal, Rural Educator, Consultant, & Leadership Coach. She also transformed a rural, isolated, impoverished school from being one of the worst in the State to being in the top 10%. Follow her on Twitter.

Charles Snyder

Chuck is a National Board Certified math teacher who is in his 9th year teaching in the Bay Area. In the last 3 years, he also has tried his hand at teacher-authorship. He currently spends most of his time teaching AP Calculus, but the majority of his resources address lower levels of high school math. Follow him on Twitter.