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EdCaliber

EdCaliber provides the most robust and cost-effective Common Core curriculum solution available to K-12 school districts.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Software
  • Location Portland, OR, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded April 2009
  • Employees 8
  • Website edcaliber.com

Company Summary

EdCaliber’s cloud-based platform, combined with best-of-class "Open Source" and licensed curriculum, enables K-12 teachers and administrators to plan, deliver, and measure Common Core State Standards-aligned instruction, as well as provide district and statewide knowledge sharing. EdCaliber measurably improves results and increases teacher and administrator efficiency, while lowering the TCO of instructional tools, content and testing.

Team

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    Ruth Miller
    Chief Academic Officer, co-founder

    As EdCaliber's Chief Academic Officer, Ruth develops the district, school, and classroom systems and content upon which EdCaliber’s solutions are based. Ruth also manages the professional development for teachers and administrators on the use of EdCaliber’s solutions and on-going client support. Ruth has over 30 years of experience in accelerating student achievement in both struggling and high-achieving schools.

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    Kevin Stone
    CEO, co-founder

    As EdCaliber's CEO, Kevin leads the overall strategy of the company, along with sales, marketing, product management, finance, and HR.

    Prior to EdCaliber, Kevin co-founded and sold BeVocal, Inc., a $50M+ revenue customer care SaaS and consulting company, to Nuance in 2007 for $170M. Kevin served in various roles including VP of Marketing and VP of Network Operations.

    Kevin has an MS in Electrical Engineering and 4 US patents.

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    Dan Tierney
    Chief Revenue Officer

    Dan has been scaling revenue for early stage businesses for over 25 years. As SVP of Sales for Chockstone, he grew sales 1,000% and built the customer base from a single customer to thousands. Following the purchase of Chockstone by Heartland Payment Systems, Dan was responsible for gift and loyalty solution sales across all retail markets.

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    Ralph Risch
    Chief Marketing Officer

    Ralph has led the marketing of software and SaaS companies for 25 years. Ralph is also a serial entrepreneur, having successfully built and sold two companies. Most recently he founded Portland-based TechTracker, Inc. and served as its President and CEO until it was acquired by CNET in 2007. Following that acquisition, Ralph served as Vice President of Product for CNET and later CBS Interactive, its parent company.

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    Larry Willeman
    CFO

    Larry's background includes 25+ years of financial and operational experience in the high technology industry and technology services industry, with both large and small companies. During his 10 years at Mentor Graphics he held a variety of positions including Business Unit Controller, Cost Accounting Manager and Project Manager for integrating acquired companies.

Advisors

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    Tony Jeffries, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
    Lawyer
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    Vivian Wasserteil
    Accountant
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Previous Investors

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    Gorge Angels Investment Network
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    Nitin Rai, CEO of First Insight Corporation
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    Mark Goines, Partner at Morganthaler Ventures, Board Member of Los Altos School District
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