Denver, CO – Science Interactive Group (SIG), a provider of science curriculum and lab experiences to the higher education market announced the appointment of Sasha Peterson as Chief Executive Officer. With an exceptional track record in technology-driven education and a deep commitment to advancing learning experiences and outcomes, Sasha brings a wealth of expertise and to the role.
Most recently Sasha served as Chief Product Officer and Chief Revenue Officer for Liaison International, a leading enrollment management company where he helped lead and drive the integration with his previous company TargetX, where he had served as Chief Executive Officer since 2014 and led a successful exit. He has spent his entire career in the EdTech sector and is a well-regarded thought leader in the areas of SaaS and tech enabled services.
“I am truly excited to be joining the Science Interactive Group team,” said Sasha Peterson. “Our mission is to build better lives and a brighter future by empowering scientific literacy for learners everywhere. By leveraging cutting-edge technology and innovative educational approaches, we aim to empower educators and inspire students to explore the wonders of the world around them.”
For over several decades, as online learning has evolved and become an increasingly important offering for higher education, Science Interactive has served as a proven, effective partner to institutions. Through curriculum, lab grade equipment and technology, students are provided science experiences to maximize learning outcomes. With Sasha’s guidance, the Company is well positioned to enhance how students learn, educators teach, and institutions approach science in an ever-evolving digital landscape.
“We are thrilled to welcome Sasha as the new CEO of Science Interactive Group,” said Jeff Tobin, Millpond Equity Partner and SIG Chairman. “His strategic vision and unwavering commitment to serving higher education institutions with innovative solutions and technology will build upon the Company’s long history as a leader in science education.”