Lakewood-based Achieve3000, a provider of differentiated instruction, announced Monday it has hired Rob Bruno as its new chief technology officer.
In this role, Bruno will be responsible for retaining Achieve3000 as a pioneer in the ed tech space, it said.
“Rob’s accomplishments speak for themselves. He’s a proven tech leader who brings expertise and enthusiasm to the company – we’re thrilled to add him to our leadership team,” Achieve3000 CEO Stuart Udell said. “His exceptional insight on technology and proven leadership skills will be a valuable asset as we continue accelerating literacy achievement for students across the world.”
Prior to Achieve3000, Bruno led a 40-person technology team as chief architect at Penn Foster. From 2010 to 2012, he was chief technology officer at The Princeton Review.
“This is an exciting time to join Achieve3000 because Stuart and the leadership team are serious about offering world-class technology to schools and districts across the globe,” Bruno said. “One of my first priorities will be to lead the team in streamlining the student and teacher experience across the Smarty Ants, PRO and Actively Learn platforms to provide schools and districts with a complete solution for literacy instruction, from Pre-K to adult. Together, my team and I will ensure that Achieve3000 remains a leader in transforming literacy instruction so that every learner is being supported through an effective and meaningful use of technology in the classroom.”