Catapult Learning Names New President

Catapult Learning Announces the Appointment of Al De Seta as President

CL_New-Logo (Stacked_Color)Camden, NJ (PRWEB) February 10, 2014. Catapult Learning, LLC, a leading provider of K-12 instructional intervention and professional development services, today announced the appointment of Al De Seta as President.

Al brings more than 20 years of operating and investing experience in a variety of education, media and information companies. Prior to joining Catapult Learning, Al served as Dean and Executive Director of the Continuing Education division of the University of Phoenix. Prior to that, Al served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Penn Foster, one of the largest virtual high schools and career schools in the country. Al also served as President of the K-12 Market at ProQuest, and as Group President of WRC Media and CEO of Primedia Reference, where he managed well-known brands including Weekly Reader, World Almanac, and various online and print publications. Al holds an M.S. and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and an M.B.A. from New York University. He is currently a General Partner in the Mid-Atlantic Angel Fund and serves on the advisory board for the College of Engineering at NJIT.

In announcing the appointment of De Seta, Stuart Udell, CEO of Catapult Learning, stated “Al’s extensive operational experience helps us build out an even stronger leadership team. We look forward to his insight and vision as we continue to work towards our goal of becoming the leading education services provider in K-12 education.”

“It is exciting to be partnering with Stuart again,” commented Al De Seta. “I look forward to working with him and the extremely talented team at Catapult Learning to continue building the pre-eminent technology-enabled services organization in education.”

About Catapult Learning. For over 35 years, Catapult Learning has been dedicated to improving academic achievement for students from pre-K to grade 12 with a special focus on struggling learners. Schools nationwide turn to Catapult Learning for the very best in intervention services and professional development support. Catapult Learning’s nationwide network of 4,000 teachers, coaches, and specialized services providers partners with over 300 school districts across the country.


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