DreamBox Learning® Expands Leadership Team with Jennifer Mullin as Chief Marketing Officer


New leader to lead marketing strategy, brand management and demand creation

BELLEVUE, Washington, July 06, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DreamBox Learning (“DreamBox”), the leading educational technology provider and pioneer in intelligent adaptive learning, today announced that Jennifer Mullin is joining the DreamBox leadership team as Director of Marketing to lead marketing strategy, including brand management, corporate communications, marketing operations and demand creation. Mullin joins the company at a key time in education when school districts, administrators, and educators leverage proven, personalized, and engaging blended learning solutions to accelerate student growth toward proficiency. Serving 6 million students and 400,000 educators, DreamBox is the only dual-discipline software solution rated “Strong” by Johns Hopkins’ EvidenceforESSA.org in math and reading.

Mullin brings more than two decades of marketing leadership across a wide range of highly competitive and rapidly changing market segments including e-commerce, entertainment, cybersecurity and education technology for brands such as Leapfrog Enterprises, Visa , Avoid and Gap. Most recently, Mullin served as vice president of marketing for Malwarebytes, a SaaS cybersecurity company. As Chief Marketing Officer of DreamBox, Mullin will work closely with the company’s executive management and its sales, product and customer success teams to connect more school districts to DreamBox’s math and reading solutions, all unified in service of the company’s mission to radically transform the way the world learns.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Jennifer Mullin as DreamBox’s first-ever Chief Marketing Officer and as an additional female voice on our leadership team to guide our strategy. I’ve known Jennifer from her first role in the tech market. of education and I value it. strong leadership, a strategic approach and a passion for unlocking the learning potential of every student. This is the mindset we need to seize every opportunity to market opportunities available to DreamBox as the K-12 market continues to shift to blended learning as a critical ingredient for student and district success,” said Jessie Woolley-Wilson, President and CEO of DreamBox Learning.

Mullin joins as DreamBox prepares for a new school year, where district administrators are prioritizing education technology solutions that effectively accelerate learning for all students and provide educators with actionable insights into student learning that save them time. “Education has always been a passion of mine, and I’m thrilled to join one of the most innovative and mission-driven EdTech companies in the industry,” Mullin said. “Education is at an inflection point, and DreamBox has an important story to tell with its proven ability to deliver results in a short time, while providing educators with rich professional development programs and data to personalize their instructional strategies.

To learn more about DreamBox, visit https://www.dreambox.com/.

About DreamBox Learning

DreamBox Learning®, the leading provider of K-12 educational technology, is radically transforming the way the world learns. As the only dual-discipline solution rated “Strong” by EvidenceforESSA.org from Johns Hopkins in math and reading, DreamBox uniquely provides schools with independently proven, high-quality adaptive learning solutions to accelerate student growth. students. Designed by teachers, for teachers, DreamBox provides educators with robust data analytics and content-specific professional development solutions to complement teaching. DreamBox supports 400,000 educators and approximately 6 million students in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and throughout the UK, Australia, Canada, and Mexico. For more information, visit www.dreambox.com.

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