The California County Educational Technology Consortium (CCETC) has worked together for 40 years to implement future-directed media services and content delivery solutions. It is the CCETC vision to INSPIRE, EMPOWER, and TRANSFORM. We believe that active and collaborative participation within the CCETC community progresses us forward into the future and best serves our constituents and the California K-12 community.

CCETC Group Photo

CCETC was founded in 1982 and has established an unbroken record of building sustainable library and media services in a rapidly changing educational and technological landscape. We are the largest K-12 media and technology consortium in the country and attribute our success to the organization's collaborative nature. Our members and representatives sit on local, county, regional, state, and national educational committees and professional organizations and work with other leaders to extend rich learning resources into all teaching and learning environments through emerging technologies.

We invite you join our team as we strive to meet the dynamic teaching and learning needs of the K-12 community.

CCETC Member Snapshots

Brian Thomas

Brian Thomas — Tuolumne County

When Brian is not scaling high peaks in Yosemite, or camping with his family, he can be found creating engaging activities for students. Have you ever seen an alevin growing into a baby salmon? Brian set up a live cam on a fish tank this spring to share the salmon life cycle with students and teachers. Need online learning activities? Brian is full of ideas to keep students learning.

Brian Thomas
Laura James

Laura James — Los Angeles County

Laura is the heart and soul of CCETC. Her technical knowledge and attention to detail is unprecedented. Her work as the coordinator of Multimedia Services at LACOE keeps her skills and knowledge of digital tools and resources on the cutting edge. She consistently puts the needs of students and teachers first.

Laura James
Anna Lane

Anna Lane — Glenn County

Anna supports the students and teachers in Glenn County as the credentialed librarian and a technology whiz. She knows online databases and how to get students excited about using them. Keeping misinformation at bay using solid search techniques and vetted online resources is her super power.

Anna Lane

Contacts For Each Member County

CCETC serves California schools and districts. Please note your county contact and information in the column to the left. If your county is not listed, please contact us at info@ccetc.net or call us at (209) 238-1301.

Fresno COE

Fresno COE
1111 Van Ness Avenue
Fresno, CA 93721
Representative: Maria Petropulos

Glenn COE

Glenn COE
676 E. Waker Street
Orland, CA 95963
(530)865-1267 ext. 2104
Representative: Anna Lane

Humboldt COE

901 Myrtle Avenue
Eureka, CA 95501
Representative: Ryan Keller


1300 17th Street
Bakersfield, CA 93301
Representative: John Lenko

Los Angeles COE

9300 Imperial Highway
Downey, CA 90242
Representative: Laura James

Madera CSOS

1105 S. Madera Ave.
Madera, CA 93637
Representative: Susan Pennell

Merced COE

632 West 13th Street
Merced, CA 95340
Representative: Matt Edwards

Monterey COE

901 Blanco Circle
Salinas, CA 93901-4455
Representative: Emiliano Valdez

San Bernardino CSS

601 N E St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
Sharisa Chan
Megan Lawhorn

San Diego COE

5304 Metro Street, Suite C
San Diego, CA 92110
Representative: Cindy Dunlevy

San Joaquin COE

2922 Transworld Drive
Stockton, CA 95206
Representative: Stephen Callahan

San Luis Obispo COE

3350 Education Drive
San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
Representative: Michael Garrett

Santa Barbara CEO

4400 Cathedral Oaks Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Stanislaus COE

1100 H Street
Modesto, CA 95354
eruiz@stancoe.org, abultena@stancoe.org, csisco@stancoe.org
Representatives: Elvira Ruiz, Amy Bultena, & Christine Sisco

Tuolumne CSS

175 Fairview Lane
Sonora, CA 95370
(209) 536-2066
Representative: Brian Thomas

Leadership Roles of Member Counties

The California County Educational Technology Consortium (CCETC) is comprised of members representing county education offices from across the state of California. Member counties collaboratively share the responsibilities of conducting the business of the consortium and the operation of CaliforniaStreaming. Consortium leadership is shared by representatives from each member county.

The Stanislaus County Office of Education is the Lead Education Agency (LEA) for CCETC. The LEA negotiates and maintains contracts and provides fiscal oversight.

CCETC has three working committees: CaliforniaStreaming, Collection Development and Management, and Administration. Annually, each committee chair and participating members sets goals, manages allotted expenses, and conducts regular meetings.

The members elect the leadership for the consortium. Each member county has one voting representative.

LEA Contact: Elvira Ruiz • Stanislaus County Office of Education
Phone: (209) 238-1301 • Email: info@ccetc.net
Chair: Laura James • Los Angeles County Office of Education
Secretary: Stephen Callahan • San Joaquin Office of Education

Past Chairs:

2021-2023: Cindy Dunlevy - San Diego County Office of Education
2019 - 2021:   Brian Thomas • Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools
2017-2019: Anna Lane • Glenn County Office of Education
2015-2017: Michael Garrett • San Luis Obispo COE
2013-2015: Matt Zuchowicz • Santa Barbara CEO
2011-2013: Julie Drake • Los Angeles COE
2009-2011: Steve Keithley • Santa Barbara CEO
2008-2009: Susan Pennell • Madera COE
2005-2008: John Magneson • Merced COE

Current Committee Chairs & Members:

ADMINISTRATION: Brian Thomas • Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools

Members: Amy Bultena, Cindy Dunlevy, Laura James, Anna Lane, Susan Pennell, Elvira Ruiz, Christine Sisco, LaRae Demorest

INFRASTRUCTURE: LaRae Demorest • Merced COE

Members: Stephen Callahan, Laura James, Renee Samarco, Beckie Simko, Brian Thomas, Kristen Walker


Members: Amy Bultena, Cindy Dunlevy, Eric Luke, John Lenko, Susan Pennell, Maria Petropulos, Cate Tolnai, Charles Taylor