Our History

David Niguidula, Ed.D., (Founder) has been involved in educational technology projects since 1983. David led the original research on digital portfolios while managing the technology group at the Coalition of Essential Schools and Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University. His work has focused on issues of technology, assessment, and school reform.

At Brown, David also led the Educational Software Seminar - a course where teams of undergraduates worked with local teachers to create original pieces of software for the classroom.

Prior to joining the Coalition of Essential Schools, David worked on educational technology projects at the Institute for Mathematics and Science Education Development (ISMED) at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, and at the Educational Technology Center at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

David has held workshops across the country and served on numerous national advisory boards on educational technology. He is also the co-author (with Andries van Dam) of two programming textbooks. David received two bachelor's degrees (in computer science and education) at Brown University and his doctorate in Instructional Technology and Media at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Richer Picture® products provide both technology tools and the professional development to help you use them effectively. Our software is customized for your school and is designed to fit your needs. Our professional development goes far beyond learning how to use the tools; we help your staff address the essential questions of assessment and school change.

Reina Quintero has over 20 years of experience in business and academe. Prior to coming to the U.S., Reina led the computer technology group at the Institute for Mathematics and Science Education Development (ISMED) at the University of the Philippines, Diliman.

Reina served as a member of the Strategic Technologies Group at Blue Cross / Blue Shield of Rhode Island. Since 1997, she has provided technology consulting services (including data warehousing, Cognos / Impromptu and SAS development, and project management) for a variety of businesses in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Reina has taught mathematics and computer science in settings ranging from a high school in Providence, Rhode Island to a university in San Fernando, Philippines. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of the Philippines and did her graduate work at the Chisholm Institute of Technology (now part of Monash University) in Melbourne, Australia.