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Leadership

Nancy Weinstein Nancy Weinstein
Nancy Weinstein Founder & CEO

Nancy founded Mindprint Learning with the perspectives of both a parent and an innovator.  Realizing a need to address a common challenge for parents and educators, she drew upon her background in science and business to create Mindprint, the first ever valid at-home cognitive assessment supported with next-step strategies for growth. Nancy has an extensive background in business, including work at Goldman Sachs, The Walt Disney Company Corporate Strategic Planning, Bristol Myers Squibb, and several smaller Internet companies. Nancy has an MBA from Harvard Business School with first year honors and a BS/BSE summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and Wharton School of Management and Technology Program, Bioengineering and Finance. As a mother of two, Nancy recognizes the challenges parents face today, from helping with homework, to navigating the ever-changing pace of education and technology.

Cognitive strengths:
  • Abstract Reasoning
  • Verbal Reasoning
Cognitive weaknesses:
  • Spatial Perception
  • Visual Memory
Mary-Vicki Algeri Mary-Vicki Algeri
Mary-Vicki Algeri Director of Learning & Customer Success

Vicki leads all aspects of client services including implementation, support and retention. She has her MA in Early Childhood Education/Special Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and her BA from Bowdoin College. Before joining Mindprint, she taught in elementary and middle school general and special education classrooms. She also provided educational consulting and curriculum development services to schools in New York and New Jersey. She is the co-author of the book The Empowered Student: A Guide to Self-Regulated Learning.

Cognitive strengths:
  • Flexible Thinking
  • Abstract Reasoning
Cognitive weaknesses:
  • Verbal Memory
  • Working Memory
Christine Zanchi Christine Zanchi
Christine Zanchi VP Product

Christine leads Mindprint’s product development efforts. She draws on two decades of pioneering impactful educational experiences. At public media powerhouse WGBH, she founded First 8 Studios, a design-research lab dedicated to developing interactive STEM applications for low-income students. Backed by a $6 million dollar investment by the National Science Foundation’s Discovery Research program, the apps demonstrated statistically significant results in “gold standard” efficacy research conducted by SRI and EDC. Christine led innovation research and development at Curriculum Associates, working with K-8 students and teachers across the country. Her team created a set of design principles for learning & engagement that served as the blueprint for hundreds of ELA and math lessons. A long-time mentor at the LearnLaunch accelerator, Christine holds an M.Ed. in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University.

Cognitive strengths:
  • Flexible Thinking
  • Verbal Reasoning
Cognitive weaknesses:
  • Abstract Reasoning
Bradford Hosack Bradford Hosack
Bradford Hosack Chief Technology Officer

Bradford leads all software engineering, product, and UX efforts across Mindprint’s education technology initiatives and is Mindprint’s Chief Technology Officer. A lifelong learner, educator, and inventor, he dedicated to changing the way students learn through the design and development of educational software. His previous successes include being the co-creater and cofounder of Flipgrid—a video platform for recording and sharing student voices, and designing and leading the engineering vision of Passport—the cornerstone platform for delivering Carnegie Learning’s digital product offerings. Bradford received his MA in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Minnesota in 2010, and is currently working on his PhD in Learning Technologies.

Cognitive strengths:
  • Flexible Thinking
  • Spatial Perception
Cognitive weaknesses:
  • Verbal Memory
Eric Weinstein Eric Weinstein
Eric Weinstein Co-Founder & CFO

Eric has been critical to developing Mindprint’s business and financing strategy and is Mindprint’s CFO and Chief Strategic Officer.  Before launching his own investment fund, Eric spent over a decade on Wall Street, most recently as a Director at Credit Suisse where he was a key advisor in numerous principal transactions, mergers, equity and leveraged financings. He was also VP of Strategic Planning at Centennial Communications and served on the Board of Ubiquitel, Inc. prior to its merger with Sprint. He currently serves as a Director of Tiger Labs, Princeton’s Healthcare Internet incubator.  Eric holds a BS in Economics from the Wharton School.

Cognitive strengths:
  • Abstract Reasoning
  • Verbal Memory
  • Spatial Perception
Cognitive weaknesses:
  • Flexible Thinking

Psychology & Learning

Dr. Wendy Matthews Dr. Wendy Matthews
Dr. Wendy Matthews
Dr. Carol Blum Dr. Carol Blum
Dr. Carol Blum
Stacy Shans Stacy Shans
Stacy Shans
Nicole Brittingham Furlonge Nicole Brittingham Furlonge
Nicole Brittingham Furlonge

Advisors

Tamara Butler Battaglino Tamara Butler Battaglino
Tamara Butler Battaglino
Scott Blandford Scott Blandford
Scott Blandford
Sanjeev Kulkarni Sanjeev Kulkarni
Sanjeev Kulkarni