Baltimore County Public Schools
Since August 2017, Douglas Handy has been the director of the Office of Career and Technical Education (CTE) and Fine Arts for Baltimore County Public (BCPS) Schools. He is passionate about providing all students equitable access to high-quality educational programming, by systematically removing barriers that prevent access for any students.
Doug’s previous roles with the BCPS CTE office include CTE coordinator and technology education supervisor. Before joining BCPS, Doug was a CTE specialist with the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE). Prior to his tenure with MSDE, he was a CTE instructional team leader and high school teacher in Howard County Public Schools in Maryland. Before embarking on a career in education in the summer of 2001, he worked as a manufacturing process engineer for six years.
Doug holds a Maryland educator certificate with Technology Education and Administrator I and II endorsements. He has a Master of Science degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a Concentration in Administrative Leadership from McDaniel College, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
Robert M. Limpert
Harford County Public Schools
Since August 2016, Robert M. Limpert has been the Supervisor of the Office of Magnet and Career and Technical Education (CTE) for Harford County Public (HCPS) Schools. As Supervisor, he ensures that HCPS’ Magnet and CTE programs address and support the system-wide goals and priorities identified in HCPS’ strategic and Master plan. Rob’s office coordinates the development of teaching and learning through curriculum development, professional learning experiences for educators, and dual enrollment opportunities with post-secondary partners.
Rob’s previous roles with the HCPS CTE office included Supervisor of Business, Technology Education and Magnet Programs. Before joining HCPS Central Office, Rob was an Assistant Principal at 3 HCPS High Schools and served as the acting Principal during his last two placements. Prior to his tenure as an AP, he was a CTE/ Technology Education high school teacher, Department Chair and Coach at Fallston High School in Harford County.
In July 2020, Rob received the Harford County WIOA Five-Star Award. The WIOA Five-Star Award recognizes those who exemplify the spirit of collaboration and community service.Rob holds a Maryland educator certificate with Technology Education, Administrator I and II, and School Counseling endorsements. He has a Master of Science in Guidance and Counseling from Loyola College of Maryland, Master of Science in School Administration from Towson University, and a Dual Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering and Technology Education from State University of New York at Buffalo State.
Sharon R. Kramer
Howard County Public School System
Sharon Kramer is coordinator of career and technical (CTE) education for Howard County Public Schools (HCPSS) in Maryland. As an educator, Sharon has taught high school biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science, scientific research and supervised business programs, computer science programs, engineering programs and technology education programs for HCPSS. After earning her BS in biology with minors in chemistry and math from Purdue University and MS in biology education from Purdue University and MS in computer science from The Johns Hopkins University, Sharon worked as a software engineer. She then went on to complete course work towards a doctorate at Notre Dame of Maryland University. Included in her leadership in education, Sharon has served as President of Maryland Business Education Association (MBEA), President of Technology and Engineering Educators Association of Maryland (TEEAM), President of Maryland Career and Technical Administrators (MCTA), and Operating Manager for the Howard County Administrators Association (HCAA).
Michael L. Weglein
Michael retired January 1st from the Baltimore County Public Schools after 31 years with the district. He was the proud principal of Sollers Point Technical High for 10 years. He previously served as an assistant principal, technology education and computer science supervisor, curriculum specialist, central office resource teacher and classroom teacher at the elementary and secondary levels.
Michael holds a Maryland educator certificate with Physical Education, Health, Technology Education, Administrator I and II endorsements. He has a Master of Science degree in Education with a Career and Technology Education concentration from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education from Towson State University.
Michael previously served as president for the Baltimore County Secondary School Administrators Association (SSAA) and the Technology Education and Engineering Association of Maryland (TEEAM.) He was the recipient of the 2000 Maryland Computer Educator of the Year award through MSET, Simon McNeely and William Burdick Award winner through MAHPERD and Lifetime Achievement Award recipient through TEEAM. Michael was inducted into the Towson University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2018.
Michael holds the following computer industry credentials: Cisco Certifiied Network Associate (CCNA), Cisco Certified Associate Instructor (CCAI) and Comp TIA Net+.