Gary Doyle Joins Think Through Math as Chief Financial Officer

Pittsburgh  — Think Through Learning, creators of the award-winning Think Through Math program, welcomes Gary Doyle as the company’s Chief Financial Officer. Doyle has more than 30 years of finance experience with leading SaaS and technology service companies.

“Gary brings skills and knowledge that complement our leadership team, and his hands-on experience leading high-growth organizations will be valuable to Think Through Learning to help us manage our growth,” said Kevin McAliley, CEO. “His deep understanding of technology finance coupled with his ability to drive profitable growth will be important, as we double in size over the next few years.”

Doyle most recently was the Vice President of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications at Black Box Corporation, a $1B publicly-traded information technology solutions provider. In his career, he’s held a variety of financial roles with software and internet-based companies including TrueCommerce, Inc. and FreeMarkets, Inc., and has deep experience building finance and human resource functions, developing corporate strategy, as well as leading mergers, acquisitions, and growth financing rounds.

Doyle is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Internal Auditor.  He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Mount Saint Mary’s University and a Master of Business Administration from Robert Morris University.  Gary shares the company’s passion for education and he serves or has served on the boards of The Neighborhood Academy, the Western Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse, and Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School.

Think Through Math helps students understand math at a deeper level through its unique patent-pending software system. The system integrates live one-to-one online support from state-certified U.S. math teachers with adaptive online instruction to motivate students to succeed at their own paces.  Think Through Math also empowers teachers by providing them with actionable, real-time data.