Trustees have approved Kyle Berger to serve as GCISD’s Chief Technology Officer. Berger currently holds the same position in Duncanville Independent School District.
“I look forward to joining the team and the great work already underway in GCISD,” Berger said. “Technology plays a key role in GCISD and empowering our teachers, students and community with technology so that together we can continue to grow our districts great legacy is one of my top priorities.”
With more than 17 years of experience, Berger began his career in Keller Independent School District in 2000 as a project manager where he was responsible for supporting more than 27,000 end users. In 2003 he was named the Executive Director of Technology Services for Alvarado Independent School District. During this time he oversaw district-wide technology use while also developing long-range technology plans. Berger was named the Executive Director of Technology in Cedar Hill ISD in 2012 where he served for two years prior to being named the Chief Technology Officer in Duncanville ISD in 2014.
During his time with Duncanville, Berger was responsible for overseeing technology aspects of the 2014 bond program. As of February 2017, this amounted to $80 million in projects completed under Berger’s supervision.
“As part of LEAD 2021, the district has been very intentional about how we have integrated technology into our classrooms,” said GCISD Superintendent Dr. Robin Ryan. “With the passage of the 2016 bond, we need a proven leader to continue the seamless rollout of technology in our district and I am confident that Mr. Berger has the skills and expertise to continue this implementation.”
Berger has a bachelors of science in information systems from University of Texas at Arlington. His will begin with the district on Tuesday, March 21.