Oldham County Instructional Technology   

Contact Info:

Dr. Angie White, Director of Instructional Technology

angie.white@oldham.kyschools.us

502-222-3131

Oldham County Administrative Annex

1900 Button Lane

LaGrange, KY  40031

Dr. White began her career in education in 1992 as a teacher in Shelby County, Kentucky.  It was in the classroom that Dr. White discovered her passion for sharing and using technology with students.  She began the first Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) in Shelby County and took the program district-wide when she became the first Technology Integration Specialist (TIS) for Shelby County in 1999.  As TIS Dr. White led several technology initiatives including the highly successful Intelligent Classroom Cadre.  These initiatives allowed Dr. White to share her knowledge and expertise with teachers and administrators across the district.  In 2010, Dr. White became the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Gallatin County Schools.  There she was able to use both her technical and instructional knowledge to upgrade and enhance the district's network and its resources. In July of 2014, Dr. White became the Director of Technology at the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative (OVEC).  At OVEC she provided technology support for programs such as Head Start, Exceptional Children Services, and District Support Services.  She also led the Instructional Technology and IT (Technical) Networks which provided support for technology professionals, both certified and classified.  In 2017 Dr. White became the first district Digital Learning Coach for Oldham County Schools and a year later became the Director of Instructional Technology there.  She is responsible for a variety of instructional technology initiatives and professional learning. Dr. White was an adjunct professor in the MAT program at Bellarmine University for several years and is currently an adjunct professor at Georgetown College.  She has earned a Doctor of Education degree from Morehead State University; two Master of Education degrees, one from the University of Louisville in Instructional Technology and the other from Georgetown College in Elementary Education; and a Bachelor of Arts in Education degree from the University of Kentucky.