Pearson appoints education technology executive to lead Australia K-12 business


Pearson announced today the appointment of Katrina Reynen as Vice President, Schools (Australia).


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Ms Reynen has had a long career in education, as a teacher, senior administrator and technology executive. She has held a number of senior positions in the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood, at Cisco and at Singtel Optus. She is also the chair of the Skyline Foundation, supporting talented students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their final years at school.

Ms Reynen will be tasked with leading one of Australia’s foremost school education businesses, which develops high quality content and digital learning resources for students in primary and secondary schools.

David Barnett, Managing Director - Pearson Asia Pacific, said: “We are delighted to welcome Katrina to the team. Her experience will be invaluable as we continue to seek ways to support our learners and our school partners even more effectively.”

Katrina Reynen said: “I am thrilled to be joining the exceptional Schools team at Pearson, which is a global leader in combining digital content with technology to engage all learners. I have admired the thought leadership shown by Pearson throughout my career in education and am very much looking forward to having a role in shaping the future of the business.”


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