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The American Academy Names Bill Davison CEO

2008-07-15 09:24:00

New Leader Will Further Strategic Goals, Continued Growth


Online high school The

American Academy today announced that William (Bill) Davison, 42, has

been named Chief Executive Officer and President. Davison will focus on

the company’s growth strategy including sales, marketing, and business

development. Davison also joins The

American Academy‘s Board of Directors. As a recognized technologist

and business leader, Davison brings more than 20 years of corporate

strategy, operations management, and marketing experience to The

American Academy.

Bill is exactly the right leader for The

American Academy, said American Academy

co-founder, Anthony Meyer. His extensive

technology background and vision complements the company’s substantial

operational achievements. He adds, Bill

is a natural fit with our current culture as he possesses a strong

history as a hands-on, results-driven leader. He will make good things

happen for the company, its employees and its customers.

Davison comments, Web-based, collaborative

technologies are providing powerful options for teaching and learning

regardless of location, age, or personal schedules. The

American Academy has an innovative offering that positions the

company for strong growth in this emerging market.

Davison adds, Whether it’s a high-school

student seeking a flexible way to make up classes or an adult who needs

to complete the ‘last mile’ to earn their high school diploma, we offer

a compelling solution.

Previous to The American Academy, Davison held various executive

positions including COO and CMO at SirsiDynix Corporation, a $125

million enterprise class software company serving over 25,000 libraries

worldwide. Under his leadership, the company grew organically through a

series of strategic mergers and the eventual sale to a private equity

partner. Prior to that, Davison served as VP of Sales and Customer

Delivery at Raindance Communications, where he helped grow the

communications service provider from a startup to a publicly-traded

company with over $60 million in annual revenue.

Davison received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the

College of the Holy Cross, Worchester, Mass. and his Master of Business

Administration with concentrations in Finance and Management from the

University of Texas at Austin.

About The American Academy

The American Academy is an accredited online high school built on a

system that has served more than 80,000 students since 1994. It serves

students worldwide who want to supplement their high school program or

earn their high school diploma. The American Academy offers a flexible

educational experience along with a high quality, engaging curriculum

that aligns with state standards. Through its relationships with

long-standing education institutions, The American Academy provides

leading-edge resources and access to licensed, experienced instructors.

For more information, please visit

Sprout Marketing for The American Academy
Alex Koritz, 801-641-3808
[email protected]

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