Camille McCue, PhD
Camille Moody McCue, PhD is a school leader, STEM teacher, and Dummies author who currently serves as the Principal of the Upper School at Adelson. She was previously the Director of Technology and Curriculum Innovations, a role in which she and her team crafted the school's Tech Initiative, including one-to-world computing device rollout and construction of the Startup Incubator. Throughout her career, Dr. McCue has held a variety of educational leadership and technology roles including marketing personal computers for IBM; founding and directing Dawson College Bound; tele-teaching math and physics via satellite; conducting community outreach for PBS; producing and anchoring NASA-TV programming; instructing teacher technology development at the university level; serving as a founding team member of UNLV Distance Learning; writing aerospace and 3D design and printing curriculum for Project Lead The Way; and teaching STEM courses including AP Computer Science, enriched math, and Future Cities Engineering. She earned her BA in mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin, and her MA and PhD in Curriculum and Instruction. Dr. McCue has authored eleven Dummies technology books and has received the Tech Exec Lifetime Achievement Award from Cox Business. She sits on the Education Board of the Discovery Children's Museum.