Tammie Schrader works for Northeast Washington Educational Service District 101 as a Regional Computer Science Coordinator She is currently in charge of a grant to implement gamification and computer science to the 59 school districts in her region. She also sits on the Professional Education Standards Board for the State of Washington.
In 2014, Tammie was spoke at the first White House Game Jam on implanting gaming in classrooms. She has been re-invited to the White House several times to work on gamification and computer science.
In 2013, Tammie was selected as a Hope Street Fellow, working on Education Policy around coding in the classroom. She was also awarded a National Science Foundation grant working with Filament Games on Educational Video Games in the classroom.
In 2008 Tammie was selected as a Teacher Fellow for the Department of Education. She was also Pacific Northwest Earth Science Teacher of the Year.