Alum’s software helps teachers know what’s working in the classroom
By Kathy Hovis
The 21st episode of a podcast hosted by Entrepreneurship at Cornell, Startup Cornell, features Nona Ullman ‘88, CEO of LessonLoop and president of Improve LLC, companies focused on the public education and information technology sectors.
Ullman talks about building her business to help improve learning for kids in K-12 classrooms by helping teachers to measure student engagement. She also offers advice for young entrepreneurs, along with tips on tools and practices that she's found helpful in her career.
The Startup Cornell podcast, which launched in summer 2021, features interviews with Cornell entrepreneurs, who tell their stories of successes and failures and offer actionable advice for building and growing a business. It’s available on the Entrepreneurship at Cornell website, as well as Apple podcasts, Spotify and Soundcloud. It’s being created with help from Bert Odom-Reed of the Cornell Broadcast Studios and edited by Abigail Younger.
Past guests have included Barry Beck ’90, co-founder and former CEO of Bluemercury, Natalie Egan ’02 (she/her), founder of Translator Inc. and Stephanie Wisner ’16, co-founder of Centivax.