It is that consistent focus on partnership with educators to improve learning outcomes where Susan exemplifies the leadership attributes we need for the future.
September 27, 2017
Macmillan Learning, a premier educational solutions company, today announced the appointment of Susan Winslow as General Manager of their academic business. Ms. Winslow will oversee the higher education and AP high school division including the content, digital product development, custom services, marketing, communications, training and professional development teams. Ms. Winslow will report to CEO Ken Michaels.
Commenting on her appointment, Mr. Michaels said, “In order to keep pace with the shifting demands of our customers, it is vital that we have strong, innovative leaders that can guide us into the future. Susan possesses a unique ability to bridge strong pedagogical and digital engagement to the analytics needed by our customers. It is that consistent focus on partnership with educators to improve learning outcomes where Susan exemplifies the leadership attributes we need for the future. She embodies our mission of improving lives through learning.”
“The open and changing landscape in education is incredibly exciting to me,” said Ms. Winslow. “With our team’s talent and experience in content creation and software development, we are creating products and services that are practical for today’s instruction and will ultimately lead to more productive outcomes.”
Ms. Winslow brings more than 26 years of educational publishing experiences to this role. Formerly, as Managing Director at Macmillan Learning, Ms. Winslow drove the new content and product development program resulting in marked company growth, particularly in digital product adoption across the Humanities, Social Sciences and STEM disciplines. As Vice President of Marketing, she directed the creative, promotional and digital strategies for the higher education group and spearheaded new digital product brands. As a senior leader in the organization, Ms. Winslow also led the teams through the reorganization and unification to one higher education division.
Ms. Winslow previously served as Publisher of the Life Sciences group where she was responsible for the content and…