LearningExpress, LLC Announces Steven Nolan as Senior Level Executive

Expanding Corporate Strategic Relationships

Steven Nolan has joined LearningExpress as Senior Vice President, Sales, and Strategic Partnerships, reporting directly to Barry Lippman, CEO.

LearningExpress, the award-winning leader in providing online learning and career content to the business, education, government, and library markets is pleased to announce that Steven Nolan has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Sales, and Strategic Partnerships. Reporting directly to Barry Lippman, CEO, in this newly created position, Nolan will lead LearningExpress’s continued growth in corporate and educational partnerships and licensing agreements of the company’s suite of SaaS (software-as-a-Service) products to resellers and service providers.

Steve Nolan joins LearningExpress from the Student Conservation Association, where he led the sales and partnership business units that served the federal agency and higher education markets for conservation based workforce training programs serving students and Veterans. Mr. Nolan has held senior leadership positions in the sales and business development areas with companies that include Turner Broadcasting Systems, Time-Life, Inc., Educate Inc.-Hooked on Phonics, and the American Councils for International Education.

“Steve’s strategic leadership, passion for learning programs, and success in new business development licensing, partnerships, and joint ventures will be a tremendous addition to our LearningExpress senior management team,” said Barry Lippman, President and CEO. “He has a strong track record of structuring partnerships that leverage content and distribution to generate new and significant revenue streams.”

Steve Nolan is a graduate of Syracuse University with a BA, Economics. He maintains offices in New York City and the Washington DC area.

About LearningExpress, LLC
LearningExpress, LLC is an educational technology company founded with the mission to help adult and student learners improve basic skills required for academic and career success. The company serves two million adults and students each year across North America. Visit LearningExpress, LLC .