People on the Move

THE Journal welcomes submissions about new hires and promotions among ed tech industry executives and K–12 public school administrators in the United States. Contributed news items will be published once a week on THEJournal.com; the archives can be accessed at any time at THEJournal.com/articles/list/people-on-the-move.

To submit news about new leadership and management changes at K–12 ed tech companies and at nonprofits in the K–12 ed tech space, complete the form at bit.ly/EdTechPeopleNews.

To submit news about new hires and promotions among K–12 public schools administration, complete the form at bit.ly/K12AdminNews.


Schmedlen, Mullin, Blackman, Clerkley, Vijiasingam, Terry, Crawford, & Hansen Take New Ed Tech Leadership Roles

People on the Move ed tech newsmakers include Gus Schmedlen at Texthelp; Jennifer Mullin at DreamBox Learning; Donna Blackman at Stride; Cheretta Clerkley at ISTE; Shiren Vijiasingam at Instructure; Shannon Terry and Kate Crawford at Safari Montage; and William Hansen at Building Hope.

Kolloru, Adams, Gallman, Metcalf, Serafin, Deveaux Named to Executive Positions

People on the Move newsmakers include Sulaekha "Sue" Kolloru at Pearson, Heather Adams and Kevin Gallman at Otus, Marty Metcalf at ISG, Allison Serafin at Building Hope, and Brian Deveaux at Hussey Seating Company.

Submit Your News About K–12 Admin, Edtech New Hires & Promotions

THE Journal invites submissions about new hires and promotions among ed tech industry management and K–12 school administration in the United States.

Leadership Roles Announced for McCollum, Peck, Tuley, Fisher, Kamal, and Fierro

THE Journal welcomes submissions about new hires and promotions among ed tech industry executives and K–12 public school administrators in the United States. Contributed news items will be published regularly on THEJournal.com; the archives can be accessed at any time at THEJournal.com/articles/list/people-on-the-move.

SchoolStatus Names Scott Mitchell as Chief Financial Officer

THE Journal welcomes submissions about new hires and promotions among ed tech industry executives and K–12 public school administrators in the United States. Contributed news items will be published once a week on THEJournal.com; the archives can be accessed at any time at THEJournal.com/articles/list/people-on-the-move.

Clever Taps Trish Sparks as New CEO to Lead 'Next Phase' of Innovation, Global Expansion

Digital learning platform Clever and its parent company Kahoot announced today that Trish Sparks, a former educator and currently head of Clever's sales and customer success, will take the helm as the new CEO on May 1 as Tyler Bosmeny, who co-founded Clever a decade ago, steps aside but will remain on the board in an advisory role.

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