Founder and Principal, Proteus
Susan Saltrick is founder and principal of Proteus, a consulting practice centered on the alignment of business strategy, educational practice, and new technology options for the emerging networked economy.
recent work has focused on 21st century educational policy in the public schools, the application of new organizational models to educational and business settings, and the development of new learning models for professional education and corporate e-learning programs.
is currently engaged in a long-term project with Professor Lynda Applegate of the Harvard Business School
producing an online curriculum for MBA and executive education audiences.
has also provided similar services to the E-government
Executive Education program at the Kennedy School
of Government, as well as strategic consultation to WIDE World, Harvard Graduate School
of Educationís online teacher development program.
Proteusí client roster includes: Harvard Business School
, The Partnership for 21st Century Skills
, John Wiley & Sons
, Princeton University Press
, Follett Higher Education
, The Varsity Group
, The Chronicle
of Higher Education
, The TLT Group
, and The National Association of College Stores
In 1996, with Red Burns, head of NYUís renowned Interactive Telecommunication, and Bob Stein, founder of the pioneering multimedia company, Voyager, Susan originated and co-directed the NYU Summer Program in Multimedia for Higher Education.
In June 2001, Susan received her M.Ed. Degree, with a technology concentration, from Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Fifty percent of her
course load was taken at the Harvard Business School
While pursuing her degree, Susan served as Director of Technology Product Strategy at Houghton Mifflin Publishers in Boston.
Prior to founding The Proteus Group, Susan devoted 18 years to the publishing industry, serving during her tenure as Vice President and Director of New Media at Addison Wesley Longman Publishing and Director of New Technology Development at John Wiley & Sons, where she focused on higher and professional educational markets.
Having overseen the publication of over 250 new media titles, her background has afforded her insight into all aspects of new business development -- from product planning and acquisition, through content development, to the unique challenges of marketing and selling new media products.
She received her A.B. from Princeton University, and has completed graduate work at Columbia University's Teachers College and New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program.
She received her M.Ed. from Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Susan has served on Princeton's Computing and Information Technology Advisory board, and administers a listserv connecting alumni of the universityís popular Dante course.
family live in New York City.