Founded in 2009, eGenio Education Solutions has developed a revolutionary Integrated Learning Environment that will transform the learning experience for every student.
Given the opportunity to use technology in creative and innovative ways to improve educational outcomes, co-founders David Berman and Don Greenberg assembled a talented team to shape the dream of eGenio into a reality.
Our mission is to develop easy to learn, easy to use technology solutions that improve education for students, teachers, administrators and parents.
At eGenio, we strive to challenge the status quo. If we are going to change the future, we cannot just accept the past. Instead, eGenio develops the tools that will prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s opportunities!
Meet The Team
Don Greenberg, Founder & CEO
Don is husband to Maleia, father to Elyse and Melanie, and pet father to Roxy and Ruby (pictured). A real gadget guy, Don loves technology, cruising around town on his red Vespa scooter, gardening, walking his dogs on the beach and listening to music. Don’s goal is to develop a company that can change the future of education and improve outcomes for all kids!
Marc Leizman, CFO
Marc is an early adaptor of new technologies and a strong believer in the need for educational resources to evolve with our changing environment. Marc enjoys competing on the tennis court and exploring new adventures with his wife and two children. Marc has a B.A. and M.B.A from Northwestern University and continues to be active with the institution.
Rachel Rutherford, Director of Technical Strategies
When Rachel isn't traveling to far-off lands, she is looking for the next local adventure. New experiences and new challenges thrill her but a few oldies but goodies such as hiking, reading and sculpting keep her grounded. Rachel hopes to use her exuberance and tenacity to drive eGenio to success.
Tony Rett, Network Systems Administrator
As a sysadmin as well as husband to a high school French teacher, Tony has been supporting both computers and educators for as long as he can remember. When he's not tinkering with servers, Tony is an avid cook, a devoted father, an amateur homebrewer, and a sometimes camper.
Carrie Collier, Service Coordinator
Carrie is fond of the outdoors - especially in warm, summery (even sticky) weather and enjoys visiting Cleveland's many parks with her husband and three children. Her love for teaching inspires her to serve in her community and local church, but at the end of a busy day, she looks forward to quietly sipping a delicious cup of coffee!
Angela Arnold, Education Technology Consultant
Angela graduated from the University of Michigan a couple of times, and subsequently has enjoyed many different professional roles: eBusiness consultant, public reference librarian, marketer, and sales representative. Her amateur ambitions include singing, crafting, basketball, furniture upcycling, and fiction writing.
Steve Rossa, Education Technology Consultant
Steve is a graduate of Kent State and has an education technology endorsement from Notre Dame College. He has a strong background in information technology and education. After years in the IT industry, Steve transitioned to education, joining the Geauga County ESC where he was an alternative education and computer applications teacher, technology coordinator, and baseball coach. Since 2006, he has been representing education technology companies and shares his passion for technology integration with a wide variety of school districts. Outside of work, Steve enjoys biking, golf, cooking, and traveling. Want to see my pictures of teaching summer school in Poland?
Kim Mele, Content Specialist
Kim is a licensed 7-12 Social Studies teacher with a User Support Specialist certificate in Information Systems. She currently substitute teaches along with working with eGenio and has formerly trained teachers on how to use educational technology in their classrooms. Kim plays darts in the eastside dart league and likes traveling to historic places. She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends.