MIND Research Institute Board Names Brett Woudenberg new CEO

Irvine, Calif., July 10, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The education nonprofit MIND Research Institute’s Board of Directors has named Brett Woudenberg as its new chief executive officer. Co-founder Matthew Peterson, Ph.D., will focus his efforts on innovation as the organization’s new chief research & development officer.Woudenberg most recently served as chief operating officer at MIND, successfully leading cross-functional teams to increase student and teacher access to MIND’s award-winning programs and services. MIND’s visual math program, ST (Spatial-Temporal) Math® currently helps over 1.2 million students and 44,000 teachers dive into deeper learning, increasing conceptual understanding and math proficiency scores across the nation.“As we expected, Brett’s extensive industry knowledge and business experience have helped him lead the organization through rapid internal process improvements designed to accelerate the growth and impact of ST Math® across the country,” said MIND Board of Directors chairman John Phelan.”Confidence in Brett’s leadership greatly influenced the Board’s decision and my desire to refocus on my true passion of developing innovative and powerful learning solutions based on neuroscience,” added Peterson. “Despite the impact we have already made in math education in this country, I feel we have barely scratched the surface. There are many remaining challenges and barriers to…

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