- Oregon-based Alma, which offers an all-in-one learning management and student information system, announced Tuesday that it will open an office in Washington, D.C.
- Additionally, Jack Macleod has been appointed president and will work from the new location.
- Macleod brings two decades of experience in digital marketing, technology, sales, business development, and integrated communications to the table from his time at companies like MXM Social and Advertising.com.
In a release, Macleod hailed the District of Columbia as a "hotbed for talent, thought leaders and progressive companies in the education technology and policy space." Those resources will help the company as it continues to expand. Launched in February, the company's platform is already in use in 22 states and four countries.