The Tipping Point for Digital Learning is Here
Keith Kostrzewski, the CEO of Curriki, an EdTech non-profit that has built a free, open source platform, CurrikiStudio, that provides unprecedented access to tools and services that allow anyone to create and publish interactive and immersive experiences for the digital learner joins Enterprise Radio.
- The current pandemic has changed many industries forever. How do you see the impact of the pandemic on education and development both in the near and long-term?
- Tell us a little bit about the origins of Curriki, and the organization has pivoted in response to the new reality of distance and remote learning.
- How is Curriki positioned to support this transformation and what value do you bring to the ecosystem?
- What are some of your early success stories, and what’s on the horizon?
- As a non-profit how can you provide such a robust solution and sustain growth and scalability? How can our listeners and the community support your efforts?
Keith Kostrzewski is the CEO of Curriki, an educational technology non-profit driven to disrupt the digital learning ecosystem by providing content creators free access to tools and services that allow anyone to create and publish interactive and immersive experiences for the digital consumer. Keith has 20+ years’ experience in the EdTech and SaaS space, with a wide portfolio of some of the leading firms in the industry. Most recently, Keith was the Head of Enterprise Sales for LEGO Education North America.
Prior to LEGO Education Keith spent time in leadership positions with Discovery Education, as well consulting with several early-stage EdTech firms, focusing on business analysis, go-to-market and customer engagement, and revenue operations. Keith also spent time with Pearson North America as Regional General Manager and with the education technology startup Schoolnet prior to its acquisition by Pearson.
Keith holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and degrees in Marketing and Management from Providence College, where he also co-captained the men’s soccer team. Keith resides in Chicago with his wife and three daughters, via NYC, Boston, hometown of Buffalo, NY.
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