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Meet The Team

Morrall Thompson
Coordinator of Business Services, Strategy and Logistics

Morrall is a former assistant principal and current Coordinator of Systemic Improvement at a local educational organization. He directs statewide accountability and support to schools identified for comprehensive support and improvement. He has designed, developed, and facilitated ongoing professional learning for school principals and their central office staff to improve school performance. He collaborates with district and school level leaders to design and/or re-design internal systems and structures to effectively monitor and support program implementation. Morrall is an educational technology advocate/advisor who is highly knowledgeable in all aspects of education including response to intervention.

He is a Microsoft Innovative Educator and Digital Accessibility Specialist.

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Victoria Lyons

Victoria serves as a Technology Integration Analyst for the Baltimore City Public School System. 
Prior to becoming a Technology Integration Analyst, Victoria served as a teacher for the Baltimore City Public School System. She has been an educator for over 20 years. 
Victoria is currently a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University pursuing a MAT ed. Degree. She is a Microsoft Innovative Educator and the CEO of VLyons Techmatic Inc.

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Antoine Lewis

Antoine Lewis brings charisma, energy, and devotion to the Digital Scholars Consulting team. He currently serves as principal of KIPP AMP BROOKLYN NYC. Through Antoine’s leadership at KIPP, the school has fostered a sense of grit, pride, and excellence. In addition to his many duties as an educator, Antoine is a speaker and tackles critical discussions around equity, diversity and inclusion in education spaces. Antoine does this work to help educators and other leaders cultivate the skills necessary to stop bias and create an educational community that truly helps students make this world a better place than we found it!


Shavonne Smith

Education is in her blood, literally! Shavonne Smith is a 3rd generation educator with over 15 years’ experience spent in high school classrooms as a business and vocational instructor, building level administrator in alternative education schools, and district level leader in large urban school districts. Her focus and drive burn as strongly as they did on her first day of teaching. Shavonne is guided by the quote, “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education”, and continues her work as an educator now in the field of education training and consulting ensuring that teachers and staff are prepared with the tools they need to ensure our students are receiving a TRUE EDUCATION.

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Shawna Murray-Browne

Shawna Murray-Browne, LCSW-C is an award-winning community healer, professional speaker, and Liberation-Focused, Mind-Body Medicine Practitioner. She is the Principal Consultant at Kindred Wellness LLC and trained as an integrative psychotherapist. Shawna is curious about what happens when we question colonial thinking and make space for the ways of knowing of those of African descent in every aspect of life. 

In her hometown of Baltimore City, Shawna is known for holding grassroots healing circles to equip Black families and change-makers with the tools to heal themselves. Others know her best for her training intensive, Decolonizing Therapy for Black Folk, where she co-creates space for deconstructing and reimagining mental health care as we know it.

Shawna works at the intersection of healing, ancestral wisdom, and deep support for organizations, corporations, and everyday humans seeking liberation. Her clients have included human service and political advocacy organizations, foundations, and universities. Intuitive, authentic, and high energy, she is committed to helping communities reclaim collective wisdom to triumph over the effects of historic and present-day trauma. Shawna was named by The Huffington Post as one of the “Ten Black Female Therapists You Should Know,” featured on the PBS special Mysteries of Mental Illness, and was a two-time guest on the popular, Therapy for Black Girls podcast.

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Heather Wenzler, Ph.D



Dr. Heather Wenzler is an educator and trainer with specialties in K-12 education, curriculum and instruction, gifted education, and educational technology. Since 2005, she has worked diligently in teaching research-based strategies to K-12 students, educators, and adult learners with the integration of technology. She has over 15 years of experience a teacher of the gifted, teacher-leader, professional development provider, and classroom researcher. Currently, she supports school districts, higher education institutions, and health organizations across the country; executing hands-on training experiences for educators, administrators, clerical staff; and contributing significantly to projects and success plans highlighting the benefits of Microsoft EDU tools. To date, she has delivered high-quality professional development on the implementation of Microsoft products (with heightened focus on Microsoft Teams) to over 5000 education professionals around the world.

She holds two current teaching credentials (K-8 Multiple Subjects, 9-12 English) and in 2017 successfully defended my doctoral dissertation entitled The Flipped Classroom Model and Academic Achievement: A Pre and Posttest Comparison Groups Study published in 2017 (

She is an inducted member of The National Society of Leadership and Success, Selected by campus administration to participate among top students in a leadership program including.

Dr. Wenzler is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and Fellow, a Microsoft Innovative Educator Master Trainer, Microsoft Certified Educator and a Microsoft Office Specialist – Microsoft Word 2019.

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