Ambassador L. Paul Bremer, III Joins Alelo Inc.’s Board of Directors

Los Angeles, CA, February 10, 2012 --( Alelo Inc., a world leader in applying Social Simulation technology to language and culture education and training, announced today the election of Ambassador L. Paul Bremer, III as a member of its Board of Directors. Chief Executive Officer Dr. W. Lewis Johnson said of the appointment: “Ambassador Bremer has impressed me as someone who has a broad and deep experience in both government and business, both in the US and internationally. His government experience spans the diplomatic, homeland security and military spheres. He has served on the boards of major public corporations and growing high-technology companies. He has a keen interest in promoting education generally and global competence specifically. I expect he will be a great asset for Alelo as it develops its multinational government training products business.”

Ambassador Bremer comes to Alelo Inc. after a 41-year career in government, business and the not-for-profit sector. He served as American Ambassador to the Netherlands, Ambassador-at-Large for Counter-Terrorism, and Presidential Envoy to Iraq. He was Chairman of the bipartisan National Commission on Terrorism and served on the President’s Homeland Security Advisory Board. In the private sector he was Managing Director of Kissinger Associates and Chairman and CEO for Marsh Crisis Consulting. He and his wife are founders of the Lincoln/Douglass Scholarship Foundation. Ambassador Bremer serves on numerous not-for-profit boards and for the past two year has been President and CEO of World Team Sports, a non-profit that organizes athletic events for the disabled. He is an accomplished athlete.

About Alelo Inc.
Alelo has pioneered the development of advanced Social Simulation technology for instruction in world languages and global competence. Alelo technology engages users with rich, interactive learning experiences focused on the development of verbal and non-verbal communicative skills. Situation-specific scenarios combined with tailored curricula maximize learners’ rapid skill acquisition and application of these skills to real-world contexts. Alelo’s social simulation technology offers a scalable and cost-effective alternative to traditional instructor-led training used to meet a variety of language and culture learning needs across the online, desktop, and mobile platforms.

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