October 19, 2020 – eLearning Andrew Scivally, IBM’s Ptech Joel Mangan and Charter School’s Kaleem Caire

Andrew Scivally

October 19, 2020 – eLearning Andrew Scivally, IBM’s Ptech Joel Mangan and Charter School’s Kaleem Caire


 
 
Andrew Scivally – Co-Founder and CEO at eLearning Brothers

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We just thought it makes sense to make more money than you spend. 

Andrew Scivally

Andrew Scivally

Andrew Scivally is one of the co-founders of eLearning Brothers, the other being Shawn Scivally, his brother. Founded in 2009, eLearning Brothers (eLB) based in the Salt Lake City area in Utah, USA, is a global provider of eLearning templates. Led by Andrew, eLearning Brothers has established an industry-leading brand and been featured in the Inc. 5000 for six consecutive years. The eLB custom development team has also received multiple awards including a Brandon Hall HCM Excellence Award for Best Use of Games and Simulation in Learning. Andrew himself has over two decades of experience in the learning technology space, including all aspects of course design and development, as well as leading Learning and Development teams for financial institutions such as JPMorganChase and Zions Bank. He holds a master’s degree in computer education and cognitive systems. Andrew has recently received the 2020 Thought Leader of the Year award from the Utah Association of Talent and Development.

 
 
Joel Mangan – Executive Director of the P-TECH Network at IBM

Joel Mangan

Joel Mangan

Joel Mangan is the Executive Director of the P-TECH Network at IBM, a public-education model that provides high school students from underserved backgrounds with the academic, technical, and professional skills and credentials they need for competitive STEM jobs. Mr. Mangan has grown the P-TECH model from seven countries to 24 countries that have integrated P-TECH into their education systems, with 100,000 students coming through the program. He was previously the Global Health Initiatives Leader at the IBM Foundation, where he led work with the American Cancer Society that culminated in access pricing agreements that reduced the price of cancer therapies for 20 low-income countries by half. Mr. Mangan brings more than 20 years of experience in technology-led business transformation prior to joining IBM CSR. As a Senior Managing Consultant in IBM’s consulting services business, Mr. Mangan led many large-scale commercial transformation projects in the supply chain, healthcare, and asset management for major industrial companies, working in Europe, Africa, and the US.

 
 
Kaleem Caire – Founder and CEO of One City Schools

Kaleem Caire

Kaleem Caire

Kaleem Caire is the Founder and CEO of One City Schools, the operator of two preschools serving ages 1 through kindergarten that is focused on getting young children ready for school success. Prior to One City, Kaleem was the President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Madison in Madison, WI, and chair of the National Urban League’s Education Committee. He was also the youngest adult recipient of the City of Madison (WI) Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award in 2001, and the Urban League of Greater Madison’s Whitney Young Jr. Award (2001), among others. Kaleem’s life commitments are to create opportunities in places where people need them the most, to move people from poverty to prosperity, and to raise strong and caring children in his own home. He’s been a leader of the community and organizational transformation, education reform, public engagement campaigns, and workplace diversity and inclusion. In 2008, Kaleem was among the first recipients of the University of Wisconsin’s Forward Under Forty Award and in the same year, was named a Distinguished Alumni by the University of Wisconsin Alumni Association for his work in education and community development.