Brian G. Rosenberg

Brian G. Rosenberg

Chief Executive Officer

Role:
I Make Things Happen

Favorite childhood book:
The Hobbit

Favorite game as a kid:
Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar

Why education matters:
Because every child deserves an equal opportunity to succeed.

Dr. Ralph Thomas

Dr. Ralph Thomas

President and Chief Technology Officer

Role:
Math wizard

Favorite childhood book: 
The Twilight Saga

Favorite game as a kid:
Cosplay | Line dancing

Why education matters:
Math has always been a weakness of mine, so I crushed it with the strength of 5 human-sized ducks.

John Emmons

John Emmons

He who wears many hats

Role:
Cat herder | Conference haver

Favorite childhood book: 
Dune

Favorite game as a kid:
Dodgeball | Chess

Why education matters:
Former teacher, from a family of teachers, Educations impact is for a lifetime… nothing in life is as profound.

Kathleen Decker

Kathleen Decker

Education Strategist, Knowledge Baroness

Role:
Training | Develop Curriculum

Favorite childhood book: 
Incident at Hawks Hill – about a boy who gets lost and a badger takes care of him

Favorite game as a kid:
Sorry

Why education matters:

Because it is our future and children need inspiration and enthusiasm to find a career that they love someday.

Grace A. Funcion

Grace A. Funcion

Level 99 Tetris Sorceress, Duchess of Education

Role:
I make learning fun

Favorite childhood book: 
A Wrinkle In Time | Harry Potter

Favorite game as a kid:
Sonic the Hedgehog | Tetris | Flag Football

Why education matters:
“It matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be” – Albus Dumbledore

Zachary W. A. Brown

Zachary W. A. Brown

Zach-Of-All-Trades

Role:
Product | Ops | Support | Tech | Engagement | Consulting

Favorite childhood book: 
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy | Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

Favorite game as a kid:
Rollercoaster Tycoon – Fun Fact: This game was written in assembly language!

Why education matters:
I would like to open up a Center For Children Who Can’t Read Good And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too, where we teach you that there’s more to life than being really, really ridiculously good-looking.

Candy Rosenberg

Candy Rosenberg

Community Builder

Role:
The meaning of life is to give life meaning

Favorite childhood book: 
I like Dr Seuss and would pick “Green Eggs and Ham”

Favorite game as a kid:
Basketball – I was champion in my village

Why education matters:
I worked very hard to get a better education and speak three languages so that I can pursue my dream to come to America. No one can take your knowledge away!! Education and knowledge creates opportunities. With the right education, you can do anything you want, you can go anywhere you want!