CoderZ, the award-winning, gamified, cloud-based robotics and STEM platform, has announced that Tony Oran is joining the company as its CEO in the USA.
CoderZ League is a groundbreaking, international online robotics tournament. The tournament engages students through gaming and competition in STEM, coding, and tech literacy. CoderZ League is cloud-based and uses simulation of virtual 3D Robots to perform complex tasks and missions. The virtual experience inspires students to collaborate and develop life skills as they have fun.
Oran has extensive experience in sales, marketing as well as business leadership and development. He comes to CoderZ from Festo Didactic, the technical education equipment and solution provider where he held several executive positions, most recently vice president of sales for the company’s North America division. Before that, Oran was also director of strategic business development and partnerships. Previously, Oran held multiple management roles at Festo Didactic’s parent company Festo Group, a worldwide supplier of automation technology, equipment, and solutions for industrial and technical education. Before Festo, he served as an operations leader for various companies.
“I’m honored to be CoderZ’s new CEO,” said Oran. “The company is revolutionizing the K-12 STEM and computer science landscape and its offerings are igniting students’ passion for STEM through robotics, coding and computer science while fostering future-ready college and career skills. I am committed to drawing on all the insights I’ve gained from over two decades in the industrial and technical education sector to build on the excellent work that’s already been done and supporting and collaborating with educators while helping deepen students’ understanding of robotics and coding.”
Source: PR Web