Our Board of Directors
Christopher is the Founder of Quoria Foundation in addition to being the President of the Board and CEO.
He is a dedicated social entrepreneur who is passionate about finding simple, creative, and innovative solutions to systemic problems.
Quoria's first project, Math4ALL, is the outgrowth of that passion coupled with his 30 years as an educational software entrepreneur. Math4ALL represents a genre of ed tech he calls “massively multilingual.” Math4ALL will...
• Help mainstream English language learners alongside their English-speaking peers while they learn English.
• Engage them in a highly compelling math tool — at the core of STEM — from their first day of school.
Delineated the core features and functionality of the minimum viable product (MVP) version, the multi-platform, full-featured version, and the international version (details available upon request).
Designed Math4ALL’s unique market position — a product that can be used...
By for-profit ed tech websites
By nonprofit ed tech websites.
Developed Math4ALL’s distribution model.
Christopher is overseeing all aspects of Math4ALL’s software development.
Plus, he assembled Quoria’s board and Council of Advisors — a collection of experts tailor-made to assist in Math4ALL’s development, promotion, and adoption. Areas of expertise include software development, UI/UX design, translations, marketing, finance, and nonprofit management.
Prior to founding Quoria, he was the President of Barnum Software, a developer and publisher of the educational software, Quarter Mile Math. Math4ALL is an updated, 21st Century version of that software being written from the ground up.
Christopher designed multiple iterations of Quarter Mile Math and hired and managed the software engineering team that executed those designs.
In addition, he oversaw Quarter Mile Math’s sales and marketing. Christopher negotiated Quarter Mile Math’s adoption by Sylvan Learning as a math practice component of their “Math Essentials” curriculum in all of their centers in North America. Quarter Mile Math was chosen for use in substantially all elementary schools in the Clark County School District (Las Vegas and surrounding area and the fifth largest school district in the U.S.).
Christopher received a bachelors degree in Religious Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Lisa was Vice President and General Manager of the Desktop Client Platforms Group in the PC Client Group at Intel Corporation. She was responsible for the business P&L, strategy, and product development for Intel’s desktop product line.
Prior to that, she was Vice President in the Intel Architecture Group (IAG) and General Manager of the Enterprise Platforms and Services Division. Before that, she was General Manager of Server Platform Management, responsible for managing Xeon and Itanium processor-based platform product lines.
Lisa received her bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma in 1988 and her master's degree in the same field of study from Arizona State University in 1996.
Wylie is a former Board President of One World Children’s Fund. His interest in grassroots economic and social development began as a Peace Corps Volunteer in India in the late 1960’s. He went on to serve as a Field Representative for CARE, Inc. posted in India, Afghanistan and Jordan. After returning to the US for graduate school, he worked for a series of research, management consulting and investment management firms beginning with a division of Booz, Allen & Hamilton. He retired from Deutsche Bank in 2006 as a Managing Director and Global Head of Research for RREEF, the bank’s real estate asset management division. He is currently a trustee of the Erik E. and Edith H. Bergstrom Foundation and of HymnStream, Inc. He and his wife remain actively engaged in supporting education, social and economic development work in the US and overseas.
Wylie holds a masters degree in City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School.
Vicki Sharp, Ph.D.
Vicki is Professor Emeritus at California State University Northridge.
She is the author of 57 books for McGraw-Hill, Prentice Hall, and Visions Technology in Education among others. Book titles include Computer Education for Teachers and Introduction to the Internet for Education.
She received her bachelor's degree in Psychology, Education in addition to her masters' degree in Educational Psychology from Washington University. She received her Ph.D in Quantitative Research from St. Louis University.