Pictured during the installation, at NJSBA headquarters, are (l-r) Patrick McGinley, Cisco account executive; Dr. Feinsod; Cisco video conferencing team members Jerry Gavin, Patrick McGlinchey, Michael Lin and Catalina Kowal Cacandel; and Patrice Maillet, NJSBA director of business services.

The New Jersey School Boards Association is building a “future ready” Association with the assistance of Cisco Systems, the multinational computer networking corporation. Cisco donated, and recently installed at Association headquarters in Trenton, state-of-the-art videoconferencing equipment worth $200,000.

The in-kind donation will enable NJSBA to meet objectives of its new Strategic Plan, for 2018-2020, that includes a goal to build a “future ready Association.”

“This is very exciting news for NJSBA and our members,” said Executive Director Dr. Lawrence Feinsod. “This will enable us to provide members with professional development and information through video conferencing. This generous donation will move us closer to becoming the ‘Future Ready Association’ envisioned by our new Strategic Plan.”

Pictured during the installation, at NJSBA headquarters, are (l-r) Patrick McGinley, Cisco account executive; Dr. Feinsod; Cisco video conferencing team members Jerry Gavin, Patrick McGlinchey, Michael Lin and Catalina Kowal Cacandel; and Patrice Maillet, NJSBA director of business development.

The 2018-2020 Strategic Plan was approved by the NJSBA Board of Directors on Nov. 3.

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