Learning.com Appoints Brian Rose as Vice President of Business Development

Rose brings proven record of creating strategic partnerships and driving revenue growth at companies in the education market

Portland, Ore. (July 21, 2014) – Learning.com, a leader in helping districts implement digital learning initiatives, announces its selection of Brian Rose as Vice President of Business Development. Rose, who has extensive experience negotiating new business deals in the education market, will identify and drive new revenue opportunities for Learning.com. His appointment takes effect today.

“Brian is incredibly successful at finding potential partners, structuring creative win-win relationships and accelerating revenue growth,” said Keith Oelrich, Learning.com CEO. “He’s an engineer by training and a salesperson at heart. I’m thrilled Brian is joining our team, and I’m confident he’ll make a significant difference in identifying growth opportunities for Learning.com.”

Rose’s prior experience includes senior-level positions with Charter Schools Capital, Inc., Ignite Education Group, Pinnacle Education and Insight Schools. A graduate of the Oregon Institute of Technology, Rose got his start in the early days of the eCommerce industry. His passion for improving the teaching and learning experience later drew Rose to a career in the education market.

"Learning.com leads the way in developing solutions that help districts prepare students for college and career success," said Rose. "I'm excited to join a dynamic, creative team that's dedicated to supporting educators and students."

About Learning.com

Learning.com helps districts implement digital learning initiatives with award-winning content, tools and services. By incorporating Learning.com's curriculum and assessments into core instruction, educators help their students develop 21st century skills. With Learning.com’s digital content management solution, districts can seamlessly access, organize and share digital content to meet their instructional goals. Learning.com also offers industry-leading professional development services to support educators as they integrate technology into the classroom. Founded in 1999, Learning.com currently partners with more than 2,700 districts to help prepare their students for success in college and future career opportunities. For more information, visit www.learning.com and connect with us at www.twitter.com/learningdotcom.

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