Learning to Adapt, Adapting to Learn: Interview with Jessie Woolley-Wilson
DreamBox Learning CEO Jessie Woolley-Wilson was profiled in the September issue of Alaska Airlines Magazine. It describes her personal journey, which began as the fourth of seven children born to a Haitian-immigrant father and American mother who emphasized the importance of education – something that ever after influenced her life and work.
After receiving a Harvard Business School MBA, Wooley-Wilson melded her business acumen, executive leadership and dedication to learning in a number of educational software. Her passion for educational technology led to DreamBox, where she is fulfilling her personal mission to level the playing field so that all children – in any zip code – can realize their full potential.
Read the full story here.
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