E-learning company names new CEO

 DreamBox Learning today named Ms. Jessie Woolley-Wilson to serve as the company’s Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
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DreamBox Learning today named Ms. Jessie Woolley-Wilson to serve as the company’s Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. The appointment follows the April 2010 acquisition of DreamBox Learning by The Charter Fund in partnership with Reed Hastings, education philanthropist and Chief Executive Officer of Netflix, Inc.

Ms. Woolley-Wilson served as President of K-12 at Blackboard, Inc., where she led the successful expansion of the e-Learning business and was instrumental in the development of K-12 functionality in Blackboard’s learning management system. Previously, Ms. Woolley-Wilson was Executive Vice President of LeapFrog Enterprises and the President of LeapFrog SchoolHouse, the schools division of LeapFrog Enterprises.

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