AUSTIN, TX (May 2, 2018) – bulb, Inc. announced today that Andrew J. Cary has joined the company’s executive team as its senior vice president for strategy and development. Andrew brings more than 30 years of public education and edtech experience to bulb, with tenure at Public Consulting Group (PCG), Citelighter (Sylvan Learning), SAFARI Montage and Schoolnet/Pearson. In addition to his work in education, Andrew has been recognized for his efforts in the public and non-profit sectors.
bulb has built a reputation as the edtech global leader for digital portfolios for K-12, college, educators and professionals. “Andrew shares bulb’s passion for transforming classroom pedagogy, aligning with our core mission as a company,” said Eric Goldreyer, chief executive officer and co-founder. “His contribution to the team comes at the perfect time in our company’s expansion. His experience and strategic relationships will ensure we continue to align bulb to best meet the global needs of educators and students.”
“I am excited to join the bulb Digital Portfolio team,” said Andrew Cary. “bulb Digital Portfolios is positioned to serve as the hub for personalized learning and professional growth in K-12 education and beyond. bulb is truly a unique addition to the education landscape that will help advance college and career readiness, support diverse learners and allow everyone to demonstrate understanding through their unique learning processes.”
Prior to joining bulb, Andrew served as PCG business development manager where he engaged strategic national accounts with state departments of education, educational service agencies, and large city (CGCS) districts at the cabinet level.
Andrew came to the PCG after the successful sale of Citelighter to Sylvan Learning System. During Andrew’s tenure at Citelighter as vice president ~ business development, Andrew worked across the country and abroad to expand Citelighter’s footprint, build internal capacity and engage strategic relationships with Educational Service Agencies, large city districts, national associations and other stakeholder groups to ensure literacy and writing are critical anchors to educational program planning.