Renaissance Appoints New Chief Strategy Officer

John Roselli joins Renaissance to lead the organization’s business development and new market strategies

“I look forward to joining Renaissance and applying my experience to help the organization continue to deliver on its purpose of accelerating learning for all, worldwide,” says John Roselli, the newly appointed chief strategy officer at Renaissance.

Renaissance®, the leader in pre-K–12 learning analytics, today announced the appointment of John Roselli as the organization’s chief strategy officer, effective immediately.

As chief strategy officer, Roselli is responsible for leading strategic planning, new market business development, and mergers and acquisitions for the organization. He will oversee Renaissance’s strategy and business development team, and will help grow the organization’s footprint domestically and internationally to continue to support educators and students worldwide.

He joins Renaissance from Adtalem Global Education, a $2 billion publicly held education provider. There, he held several leadership positions, including senior vice president of corporate development and strategy and, his most recent role, president of Adtalem’s Becker Professional Education division.

“I am pleased to welcome John to Renaissance,” says Daniel Hamburger, CEO of Renaissance. “Having worked with him in the past, I know he will bring valuable expertise, enthusiasm, and a strong focus to this role as chief strategy officer. He will be instrumental in driving Renaissance’s continued success, and I am thrilled to add someone of his caliber to our leadership team.”

Roselli brings to Renaissance more than 25 years of global experience in business strategy, operations, finance, and acquisitions. During his 14 years at Adtalem, he initially oversaw strategy and business development, leading the process of diversifying the organization through multiple major acquisitions. He was later promoted to leadership of the professional education division. Previously, he served as chief financial officer and vice president of business development at Indeliq, and as vice president, business development for W.W. Grainger’s Internet commerce unit.

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