Prodigy Education has Made Strategic Investment in Leadership

By Education Technology Insights | Thursday, September 17, 2020

Prodigy Education has appointed Kulsum Qasim as the Chief Marketing Officer, John Stetic as Chief Product Officer, and Jean-Luc Dery as Chief Technology Officer.

FREMONT, CA: Prodigy Education is a market-leading educational technology company. In recent times the company has appointed Kulsum Qasim as the Chief Marketing Officer, John Stetic as Chief Product Officer, and Jean-Luc Dery as Chief Technology Officer. Such strategic investment in leadership will help Prodigy increase its growth at this crucial moment for educational technology.

According to Rohan Mahimker, "I'm thrilled at the opportunity to level-up our executive team and organization from a startup to a world-class software company.We're looking to grow from 350 employees to thousands in the next five years and Kulsum, John and Jean-Luc all bring strong experience to help take us there. Their innovation and focus will help us inspire a lifelong love of learning in all students."

Kulsum Qasim will bring immense experience, achievement, and confidence in the organization as the Chief Marketing Officer. Qasim said, "I'm looking forward to scaling up our marketing efforts to bring our mission and vision to life even as students and teachers around the world face unprecedented and challenging circumstances.If this past year has taught us anything, it's that learning never stops. We are uniquely positioned to bring the love of learning to every student, parent, and teacher, both inside and outside the classroom."

The Chief Product Officer, John Stetic, will manage the Product Management. He is also excited to bring his 20 years of experience in product and team building so that it can help to shape Prodigy's strategy, working with the company to translate it into high-impact execution.

Stetic said, "Building products that create passionate users is so rewarding. Even more so with a world-class team, and the mission of helping every student love learning. We have a great opportunity to leverage technology that creates fun and personalized learning experiences resulting in significant positive outcomes."

Jean-Luc Dery, the Chief Technology Officer, considers that the company's firm commitment to make education engaging for every student is the reason for its immense success. Dery said, "When you're able to bring people together who believe in a common goal, like our collective passion for Prodigy's mission, something magical happens."

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