Dawn Sudduth
Dawn is pursuing a second M.Ed., this time in the Educational Technology program at the University of South Carolina, where she also works at the Institute for Families in Society. Her professional journey, which includes a prior ten years at the USC School of Medicine, has been an adventure in mingling technology and creative endeavors in the public sector for her home state of South Carolina. She looks forward to seeing where a degree in Educational Technology may take her next. She believes that great design matters in most everything and that we are all designers of some sort. A masterful nester, Dawn is quite ill-traveled and content for now to remain so.
Catherine Murphy
Catherine is currently a student in the Educational Technology M.Ed. program at the University of South Carolina. She is returning to USC for her third degree after completing a BA in Psychology (2001) and Ed.S. in Counselor Education (2004). She has worked in all levels of K-12 education as both a teacher and school counselor. Catherine returns to South Carolina, her lifelong home, after an escape to Asia where she spent three and a half years teaching ESL in Seoul, South Korea and traveling around the world. After much s(e)oul searching, she's decided her true passion involves working with technology and instructional design, making education fun and meaningful for all learners.

Jeff is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Music, and began his career as a recording engineer at Sony Music in New York City, where he worked with such artists as Yo-Yo Ma and Wynton Marsalis. He is now the recording engineer and instructor for the USC School of Music. Jeff is currently enrolled in the Educational Technology M.Ed. program at USC. He loves spending time with his wife and kids - playing games, making music, or just ‘chillaxin’.