Monday, March 3, 2014

March | Women’s History | Ann McCormick

In the 1990s, Ann brought the Hoods Project to Harlem, USA as a new systematic method to improve young black men’s comprehension skills. She has worked with technology industry giants of the Apple Education Foundation and the National Science Foundation.

For her leadership in Technology Design and Implementation
The Harlem Internet Computer Access Project
Professor Ann McCormick
Women’s History Month 2014

Ann has dedicated her life in service to others. She is treasured by both children and professionals. She meets students at their level, even if it means her getting down on the floor with them. Her philosophy is to bring the student from elementary to PhD level. Professor McCormick worked over two months in China assisting in opening a new school for girls. She is now that schools Virtual Principal.
Ann is the founder and CEO of Learning Friends and the Learning Company, which sold for $660,000,000.00.
 Ann supports equity in technology access for all; working internationally with Latin America, Finland, Japan, Singapore, etc.
Ann McCormick is a:
  • Reading and Math Software Designer
  • Pioneer in the Software Industry
  • Virtual Reality Strategist
  • Education Futurist
  • Technology Marketing and Sales Expert
  • Learning Fun Enthusiast, Industry Leader
Ann’s latest project involving educational software, children and the alphabet, is set to launch this month.
The site has been launched. This is the place to learn how to read!
Check out some of Ann’s amazing accomplishment at:

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