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Meet the Leadership Team

Benny G. Johnson, Co-Founder, President, received his Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) studying with a Nobel Laureate. As principal investigator on various research and development projects, Dr. Johnson has received over $11 million in federal research funding. [more]

Rebecca Renshaw, Co-Founder, CEO, has been integral in successful start-ups and new ventures for more than 25 years including Carnegie Group and the CMU Robotics Institute. Dr. Johnson and Ms. Renshaw have worked together for the past 16 years and have been dedicated full-time to Quantum® since its inception. [more]

Dale A. Holder, Co-Founder, has more than 35 years teaching experience and was Dr. Johnson's chemistry teacher in high school. Mr. Holder has received several teaching awards including Kentucky's 2004 Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year, Most Outstanding Secondary Science Teacher in Kentucky for 1999 and 13 additional Outstanding Teacher Awards. [more]

Al Renshaw, Vice President, Marketing and Product Innovation, has over 22 years of experience in distance learning education, product management and technical business consulting for both the academic learning and corporate training markets. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Communications and Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. [more]

Paul Miele, Director of IT and Integration Solutions, holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and Psychology from Duquesne University and has over 20 years of IT management experience. He has performed analysis, design and construction of websites, web-based applications and database driven content in a wide array of industries. He has conceptualized, designed, developed and implemented secure and managed user access, account administration, and e-commerce functionality. [more]

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