San Francisco, CA, June 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- San Francisco resident and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management alumnus Tim O’Connor has been asked by the San Francisco/Bay Area Kellogg University Alumni Club to emcee its upcoming program on the “Future of Education Technology”. The discussion will be held from 6:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. on June 20, 2013 at the PlugandPlay Tech Center in Sunnyvale, CA.
O’Connor is president and chief executive officer of San Francisco-based Marcademy (http://Marcademy.com/), Inc., the country’s fastest growing Internet marketing career training school for up-and-coming Internet marketers and growth hackers.
“I’m honored to have been asked to facilitate this event,” O’Connor said. “It’s the marriage of education and technology that I find fascinating, both personally and professionally. It’s this intersection that served as the impetus for founding Marcademy – a school where professionals can learn to incorporate marketing technologies into their businesses. We teach hands-on and by example so technology within education has been part of the culture from day one.”
O’Connor is the former vice president of marketing and enrollment for UniversityNow and former vice president and chief marketing officer for Ashworth College. His professional background also includes managing principal for Zyman Group, senior vice president of marketing for Unisource, and a vice president global marketing for Siemens AG. He’s also a graduate of LaSalle University.
Marcademy is establishing the “new norm” in how modern marketers enter the work force – with a practical, job-relevant education. As one of the fastest growing Internet marketing education schools for modern marketers, online marketers and growth hackers, the San Francisco-based school’s mission is to narrow the skills gap between traditional higher education learning and the practical skills and hands-on experience today’s employers are looking for. The intensive, 8-week hands-on immersion program is mentored by seasoned marketing professionals and dedicates the majority of learning to developing a portfolio of real projects for real companies. For more information visit http://Marcademy.com/.