HealthTeacher, Inc. announced today that Reagan Brown has joined the
company as Vice President of Business Development. Prior to joining
HealthTeacher, Inc., Reagan was the Vice President & General Manager at
At InvestorPlace Media, Reagan built and managed the advertising
business with responsibility for editorial, product development,
business development, marketing, lead generation, advertising sales and
operations. Prior to InvestorPlace Media, Reagan ran the digital
business development group for BusinessWeek, where he developed and
managed a range of partnerships that delivered incremental revenue,
traffic and product capabilities.
"The addition of Reagan to the HealthTeacher team reinforces our efforts
to build larger engagement around the interactive youth health products
we're creating," said Scott McQuigg, CO of HealthTeacher, Inc.
"Applying his experience to establish new partnerships and
opportunities, Reagan will lead our efforts to broaden our reach to help
equip our youth for a more successful, healthy future."
"I am excited to join a great team of professionals committed to
improving youth health nationwide and look forward to serving a growing
audience of teachers and students using the products and resources of
HealthTeacher," said Reagan. "With six million plus students already on
board, HealthTeacher is poised to have a huge impact on America's youth."
Reagan brings a wide range of experiences to HealthTeacher, namely his
expertise building and growing digital audiences. He earned his M.B.A.
from the Darden School at the University of Virginia and his B.B.A. in
finance from Southern Methodist University.
HealthTeacher is the interactive leader in youth health, creating games,
apps, and educational resources to make health awesome for kids.
HealthTeacher's research-based products are designed to get kids moving
and to develop healthy behaviors that last a lifetime. Reaching over 6
million kids through its fast-growing network of 11,000+ schools,
HealthTeacher's interactive products are used by teachers, parents, and
kids to address important youth health issues, including physical
activity, nutrition, and social and emotional well-being. To learn more,
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