Currently the Director of Academic Technology at St. Christopher's School in Richmond, Virginia, Hiram began his career at the school in 1991 as a middle school science teacher. Throughout his tenure, he helped integrate technology into the curriculum and led the deployment of the school's student information system, 1:1 BYOLaptop program, and website. He was also instrumental at getting St. Christopher's School recognized as the Spotlight School at the Lausanne Learning Conference in 2015.
A Google Certified Teacher, Hiram previously served on the Blackbaud K–12 Advisory Board for seven years, was the chair for the VAIS Technology Committee, and has presented at ATLIS, NAIS, VAIS, Lausanne Learning Conference, and the Blackbaud K–12 User Conference.
Hiram holds bachelor's and master's degrees from the College of William and Mary, where he is also a member of the school's Athletics Hall of Fame. This spring, Hiram received the Pillar award from the Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools(ATLIS) for his contributions which empower schools to thrive through technology leadership.