As TTM’s vice president of Education, Peter combines a commitment to the advancement of excellence in education, an enthusiasm for pragmatic technology-based instructional solutions, and an understanding of the complex challenges faced by educators throughout the United States.

With roots as a Special Education teacher, Peter provides a valuable depth of leadership experience that includes leading educational partnerships, delivering education solutions, setting technology strategies, building agile teams, managing change, launching new products, and developing markets.

He brings more than 15 years of success overseeing groundbreaking product development, collaborative product management, and strategic partnership initiatives in math and literacy at Scholastic, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, and the American Foundation for the Blind. He is also the author of two books for young adults, “Revolution in Eastern Europe” and “Crisis in the Gulf,” both published by John Wiley. Peter earned his bachelor’s degree from Bard College and a Master of Arts degree from Carnegie Mellon University.