Mark Leuba is a technology leader in education, with particular expertise in online higher education. Through his former firm, Pathway Technology Partners and affiliates Mark provided advisory and strategy services for leading institutions, foundations, non-profit and for-profit education organizations. A recent engagement was TIP - Technology Interoperability Pilot project sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Mark also consulted to BMGF and others assessing innovations in digital courseware and personalized learning products, competency-based education, strategic program management and product selection, organizational due diligence and education technology market analysis.
Prior to forming his consultancy Mark served as Chief Technology Officer for Moodlerooms, a leading provider of open source learning management solutions where Mark led their transition to cloud-based platform services - at the time the largest migration of its kind in online education. As the Chief Information Officer for American Public University System from 2005-2009 Mark developed and executed a five year plan laying the technology foundation for unparalleled growth in the University’s online programs. Before joining APUS, Mark held leadership roles in corporate IT, including nine years as Vice President of Applications for Random House, the world’s largest consumer trade publisher.
Mark's role in IMS Global is to guide its product management strategy and execution, building on the substantial success of the IMS team. Mark received his B.A. in Business Administration/Finance from the University of Baltimore.