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Kristy Meyrick helps facilitate high school teachers, administrative staff, and central office personnel in Wake County Public Schools with Instructional Technology Integration, Technology Training, Professional Development, and works with Curriculum Writers to integrate technology into student activities at the planning stage. She is a Spring, 2011 graduate of North Carolina State University, earning an MEd. in Instructional Technology. Kristy is currently working on integrating STEM curriculum activities using iOS devices with specific schools around the county and creating a collaboration between higher ed and K12 schools.