Fred Delventhal works as senior level Instructional Technology Coordinator for Arlington Public Schools in Virginia. In 1996, he graduated from Marymount University with a Masters Degree in Elementary Education. He has presented at National Educational Computer Conference now called ISTE, Northern Virginia Technology Educational Consortium conferences, the Technology and Learning Symposia (Virginia), and the Virginia Department of Education Educational Technology Leadership Conference. Fred has worked as an adjunct professor for George Mason University Instructional Technology Certificate Program, the Four Rivers Consortium (Virginia), and most recently for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
In 2009, Fred became a Google For Education Certified Innovator (Google Certified Teacher) and was named one of the educational leaders of the year by the Discovery Educator Network. In 2011 Fred was one of the recipients of Discovery Education’s Professional Learning DEN award.
Fred joined Google’s Top Contributor program in 2015 and is a top contributor in the Google for Education Forum. He is also a member of the G Suite for Education Experts team.
In his spare time he enjoys cooking, watching futbol/soccer, photography, and exploring new places both near and far. He has two dogs, Barca and Spurs.