Greg Stockstill
Director of Technology Services
Region 16 Education Service Center


Greg Stockstill was born and raised in the Texas Panhandle. His wife Lori is a Panhandle girl and he has two children. His daughter is a graduate of West Texas A&M University and his son is currently attending. He received a BS in education from West Texas State University and his M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from West Texas A&M University. He has worked as a coach, teacher, and instructional technologist. He has served in his current position as Director of Technology Services at Region 16 Education Service Center since 2004. He is a sports enthusiast and spends as much time hunting as possible. Professionally, he has served as the chair and vice chair of the Texas Regional Service Center Technology Task Force. He was chair of the TETN Plus technical subcommittee which was responsible for the building of a state-wide private K12 network. This project also deployed Internet2 to public education in the State of Texas. He has designed and manages a large Wide Area Network that serves all 62 school districts and 220 campuses spanning the 26,000 square miles of the Texas Panhandle. This network provides a large number of services to its clients including Internet access, videoconferencing, VoIP and local area network management as well as others. He is a Cisco Certified Academic Instructor and has extensive experience and training in the design and delivery of distance curriculum. Additionally, he has administered and/or written several successful grants totaling over ten million dollars.

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