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Stuart Criley, MBA, is Chief Operating Officer of Indelible Learning. He has over 25 years of experience in developing world class teaching and testing programs for healthcare, and science, health, and social studies educational programs for K-12 since 2008. Over the past 25 years, Stuart has held numerous positions in developing educational software: from software engineer to project manager, creative director, game designer, principal investigator, research director, presenter, faculty trainer and instructor. He has been Project Director on National Institutes of Health and Department of Education Awards.
Since 2009, Stuart has conducted hundreds of workshops in health and science for K-12 and created unique programs and learning games with emphasis on gifted. He has provided professional development, delivered presentations, and published on using and building learning games from primary school to graduate school. He also served as legislative representative for the PTA, serving as council co-chair, drafting the school board’s lobbying points for the California legislature and governor. He has also served on the district’s Local Control Accountability Program committee. He has been a member of the California Association of Gifted, Computer Using Educators (CUE), AECT, ASHA (American School Health Association), International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and others.