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4

Board of Directors

5

Bridge International Academies Board of Directors

5 Board of directors

Bridge International Academies has 5 board of directors, including Amy Klement.

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Amy Klement

Investing for social impact. A passion for humanity and building great products/services that change the world. A collaborative and strategic leader successful in start-ups to large global businesses.

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Greg Mauro

Greg Mauro is Founder and Managing Partner of Learn Capital, which has the largest education technology investment portfolio in the world; and he is Chairman of the nonprofit Summit Institute, and co-owner of Powder Mountain, the largest ski resort in the United States. Greg’s commitment to education began with the charter school movement in 2000, including eight years on the High Tech High foundation board. He also co-founded a US Treasury New Markets fund to expand high-performing charter facilities. Greg co-founded his last startup, Edmodo, when Learn Capital was launched in 2008 and it has gone on to serve over 100 million students. Prior to Edmodo, Greg co-founded SmartDrive, a WSJ Top 50 Startup, which provides a video-based driver education program that cuts accidents in half and is used by the largest fleets in the world. In 2013, Greg engineered the crowd-sourced purchase of the largest ski area in the US, Powder Mountain, after convincing the founders of Summit Series — a “hipper Davos” (Forbes) and “a young TED” (Wired)— to joint venture with him and his Learn Capital cofounder Rob Hutter and save the mountain from corporate overdevelopment. He discussed this venture on his Tedx Talk in 2017. Summit at Powder Mountain will become a town the size of Telluride at 8600 feet atop a saddle intersecting three bowls overlooking the Great Salt Lake. It’s associated nonprofit, The Summit Institute is focused on innovation, creativity, and impact and has convened labs on a variety of issues with The White House, Ashoka, Brookings, The Gates Foundation, and others. Prior to Learn Capital and Powder Mountain, Greg managed an affiliate fund of The Founders Fund. He was on the founding team of a host of innovative startups that touch the lives of millions, and has raised over $350M collectively for his ventures. Greg is a graduate of UCLA’s College of Honors. Greg started his career as a strategy consultant for Michael Porter’s Monitor Group. Greg’s exploits—visiting over 100 countries, surfing on six continents, buying his local ski mountain—- have been covered in The New York Times, Financial Times, The Atlantic, Surfer Magazine, and Ski Magazine.

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Mark Chernis

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Matthew Bannick

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Stephen Beck

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Name

Amy Klement

Greg Mauro

Mark Chernis

Matthew Bannick

Stephen Beck

Firm

Work History

Investing for social impact. A passion for humanity and building great products/services that change the world. A collaborative and strategic leader successful in start-ups to large global businesses.

Greg Mauro is Founder and Managing Partner of Learn Capital, which has the largest education technology investment portfolio in the world; and he is Chairman of the nonprofit Summit Institute, and co-owner of Powder Mountain, the largest ski resort in the United States. Greg’s commitment to education began with the charter school movement in 2000, including eight years on the High Tech High foundation board. He also co-founded a US Treasury New Markets fund to expand high-performing charter facilities. Greg co-founded his last startup, Edmodo, when Learn Capital was launched in 2008 and it has gone on to serve over 100 million students. Prior to Edmodo, Greg co-founded SmartDrive, a WSJ Top 50 Startup, which provides a video-based driver education program that cuts accidents in half and is used by the largest fleets in the world. In 2013, Greg engineered the crowd-sourced purchase of the largest ski area in the US, Powder Mountain, after convincing the founders of Summit Series — a “hipper Davos” (Forbes) and “a young TED” (Wired)— to joint venture with him and his Learn Capital cofounder Rob Hutter and save the mountain from corporate overdevelopment. He discussed this venture on his Tedx Talk in 2017. Summit at Powder Mountain will become a town the size of Telluride at 8600 feet atop a saddle intersecting three bowls overlooking the Great Salt Lake. It’s associated nonprofit, The Summit Institute is focused on innovation, creativity, and impact and has convened labs on a variety of issues with The White House, Ashoka, Brookings, The Gates Foundation, and others. Prior to Learn Capital and Powder Mountain, Greg managed an affiliate fund of The Founders Fund. He was on the founding team of a host of innovative startups that touch the lives of millions, and has raised over $350M collectively for his ventures. Greg is a graduate of UCLA’s College of Honors. Greg started his career as a strategy consultant for Michael Porter’s Monitor Group. Greg’s exploits—visiting over 100 countries, surfing on six continents, buying his local ski mountain—- have been covered in The New York Times, Financial Times, The Atlantic, Surfer Magazine, and Ski Magazine.

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Bridge International Academies Management Team

4 Team Members

Bridge International Academies has 4 executives. Bridge International Academies's founder is Phil Frei. Bridge International Academies's current Founder, Chief Executive Officer is Jay Kimmelman.

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Work History

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Status

Phil Frei

Founder

Current

Jay Kimmelman

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Current

Kent McNeill

Chief Technology Officer

Current

Sunil K Singh

Chief Operating Officer

Former

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Phil Frei

Jay Kimmelman

Kent McNeill

Sunil K Singh

Work History

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Founder

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Chief Operating Officer

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Current

Current

Current

Former

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