Officials for Vireo Labs, an early-stage startup based in Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia focused on education technology has formed a product advisory board.
The board's members include teachers, counselors and administrators from schools all over the country. The board will assist with testing products and giving feedback about C'reer, a mobile career and education matching app Vireo plans to release later this year.
Board members are Michele Aselstine of Albany High School in Albany, California; Salvador Contes Jr. of New Dorp High School in Staten Island, New York; Denise Latour of Ponchatoula High School in Ponchatoula, Louisiana; Corey Powell of STEM Academy in Savannah, Georgia; Amanda Sterk of Florida South Western Collegiate High School in Cape Coral, Florida; Vita Vaccaro of the High School of Fashion Industries in New York City; and Nancy Yarbrough of Freedom High School in Oakley, California.
“The first step towards college is answering the question: ‘What do I want to be when I grow up?'” said, Jose Mallabo, co-founder and chief executive officer of Vireo Labs. “No one knows better how to help answer that question than the school counselors who work with students every day. We’re excited to have them be part of the team and know C’reer will be a much better product and platform with their input.”
More information about Vireo Labs can be found online at www.vireolabs.com.
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