Michelle Hall is Associate Director for Educational Programs at Columbia’s Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL), and supervises the instructional designers and web developers contributing effort to the Region 2 PHTC. For the past thirteen years, she has worked in the educational technology field. Michelle’s twenty-two year career in education began with seven years teaching biology and chemistry at a secondary school in Barbados. In her current role, she provides cross-campus leadership and direction around educational technology management, faculty development, and other educational programs. Michelle oversees all the online platforms CCNMTL supports and am responsible for recruiting and supervising educational technologists to ensure high standards and quality for the Center’s projects. She began her career at CCNMTL as an educational technologist. In that capacity, Michelle led numerous faculty projects and programs for health sciences’ faculty. In addition to project development, she designed and developed numerous educational technology workshops and retreats for faculty and instructors on Columbia University’s Medical Campus. Before arriving at CCNMTL, Michelle created web-based learning courses for Citigroup’s Risk Management group and McGraw Hill Construction’s Continuing Education Center.
PhD (in progress), Columbia University Teachers College
MA, Columbia University Teachers College
BSc, University of the West Indies
Memberships and Certifications
Physical Therapy License
Angie Lee is the Instructional Designer at CCNMTL and manages projects for the Region 2 Public Health Training Center. She has worked the past six years in the educational technology field, and has extensive experience with incorporating technology into teaching and learning in the fields of public health, nursing, pharmacy and reputation management. Angie also has a strong background in the principles of adult learning, online education and simulation. She has been the lead project manager in numerous projects, and has experience working professionally and collaboratively with architects, faculty, audio/visual consultants and other project stakeholders. In her previous position as an educational technologist, she managed the website of the HRSA-funded Public Health Training Center (PHTC), the New York City-Long Island-Lower Tri-County PHTC (2011-2014). Angie has assisted in developing and implementing the online training modules and resolving technical issues for the PHTC. She is also the lead educational technologist overseeing and assisting in the design of Columbia University’s first online Masters in the School of Public Health. Angie is also proficient in managing and resolving technical issues related to learning management systems (Blackboard, Moodle, Sakai, Canvas) and has demonstrated ability to effectively train faculty and students to use educational technology tools to enhance teaching and learning.
MA, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
BS, University of California, San Diego
Memberships and Certifications
Maryland Standard Professional Certificate in Biology (grades 7-12) – June 2006
Highly Qualified to teach Chemistry in the state of Maryland (grades 7-12) – June 2006
Marc Raymond is the Senior Designer at CCNMTL and provides creative planning and direction for CCNMTL’s educational technology projects and initiatives, including the Region 2 Public Health Training Center. His work can be seen in the web, print, identity, and video design for numerous Columbia platforms, campaigns, events, and services. Marc has been an integral creative contributor to Columbia projects since 2001. Prior to working at CCNMTL, Marc was senior web developer of the Web Design Group for Earthlink, Inc., designing media for Turner Networks, Oracle, Coca-Cola, and the High Museum of Art.
MS, Columbia University
BA, Rhode Island College