Schoology, the nation’s leading K-12 learning management and assessment platform, has hired Jill Hedrick as its new Executive Vice President of Sales. Hedrick has extensive K-12 and sales leadership experience serving as Senior Vice President of Sales at Turnitin and Vice President of Partner Accounts at Northwest Evaluation Association. At Schoology, Hedrick will be responsible for leading the new business sales and go-to-market efforts in the U.S. K-12 education technology market.
“Jill’s experience leading high-performing sales teams makes this an exciting day for Schoology,” said Jeremy Friedman, Schoology’s CEO and Co-Founder. “Her passion for education, alongside her commitment to working with K-12 schools and districts to improve student performance and support educators, is uniquely aligned to Schoology’s mission of advancing what is possible in education.”
Hedrick comes to Schoology with 25 years of experience in sales and business development, including 10 years in the EdTech industry. Across her career at the intersection of technology and education, SaaS and services, she has been successful at building and leading high-performing, customer-focused sales teams and managing sales and business development efforts.
“Schoology brings together the best K-12 learning management system with assessment management to improve student performance and foster collaboration,” said Hedrick. “I am excited about taking Schoology’s innovative road map to market and enabling schools and districts to achieve their vision of successful student personalization.”
Hedrick has bachelor’s degrees in sociology and economics from the University of Colorado Boulder and is a graduate of the Executive Leadership Program at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business.
Schoology seamlessly connects learning management with assessments so that school districts can improve student performance, foster collaboration throughout their community and personalize learning for every student. Every day millions of students, parents, faculty and administrators from nearly 2,000 K-12 school districts leverage Schoology to advance what is possible in education. For more information, visit www.schoology.com.