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Education Technology Industry Network Appoints Senior VP

TheEducationTechnologyIndustryNetwork (ETIN) oftheSoftware&InformationIndustryAssociation announcestheappointmentofChrisLohseastheSeniorVicePresidentandManagingDirectorofETIN.
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TheEducationTechnologyIndustryNetwork(ETIN)oftheSoftware&InformationIndustryAssociation(SIIA)announcestheappointmentofChrisLohseastheSeniorVicePresidentandManagingDirectorofETIN.Withoverfifteenyearsofexperienceineducation,Lohsebeganhiscareerasachemistry,biologyandphysicseducatorandlaterworkedinresearchanddevelopmentaswellasstrategicpartnershipsintheeducationtechnologyspace.

ChristopherLohsecomestotherolefromhisworkasVicePresidentofGovernmentAffairsforRenaissanceLearning,Inc.whereheledfederalgovernmentrelations,managedstategovernmentaffairsinseveralstates,andcontributedtoresearchstrategy,havingledsimilarworkasVicePresidentofStrategicAffairsforPearson.

FormoreinformationaboutETIN,visitwww.siia.net/etin.

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