Founder and CEO, Aaron Lieberman previously founded and grew the national non-profit Jumpstart (www.jstart.org) into one of the leading educational non-profits in the country.
is the subject of a Harvard Business School case study on its approach to tracking outcomes and performance management.
During Aaron's eight-year tenure as CEO at Jumpstart
, the program grew from campus-based service program into a national organization and raised over $20 million dollars from the public and private sector.
currently operates in over 30 cities nation-wide, working with more than 100 local Head Start programs, and was selected by Worth Magazine
as one of the top 100 non-profit organizations in the country.
While at Jumpstart, Aaron founded and served as Chairman of SchoolSuccess.net, an online, for-profit subsidiary of Jumpstart that raised over $2 million in venture capital and was later sold to Pearson Education.
is a growing part of Pearson's Early
Education business and provides over 100,000 on-line education portfolios to clients ranging from local Head Start programs to Bright Horizons Children and Family Services.
While founding Jumpstart, Aaron served as a lead teacher at the South End Head Start in Boston and received his Child Development Associate teaching credential.