Rochester-based interactive media company welcomes director of strategic partnerships and vice president of technology
Rochester, N.Y. (December 14, 2016) – Second Avenue Learning, a leader in the design and development of serious games and interactives for K-12, higher education and corporate markets, welcomes Director of Strategic Partnerships Laura Boothroyd and Vice President of Technology Richard Carey to its expanding team. In these new roles, Boothroyd and Carey will support the growing capabilities and services at Second Avenue Learning, and expand the company’s footprint to cover the greater Boston and New York City areas.
“We are always looking for new ways to support educators and learners,” said Victoria Van Voorhis, founder and CEO of Second Avenue Learning. “The cumulative depth of knowledge that Laura and Richard have in education, professional development, gaming and technology will bolster our efforts to reimagine and improve learning.”