At TutorGen, we believe technology can revolutionize learning, but only if we never lose sight of the real people who will use it. That’s the vision that inspires each and every one of us. We believe that technology combined with a human touch has never had more power to change lives and improve learning.
Our leadership team makes this all possible. We are accomplished academicians, skilled at research and scholarship, who have also built programs, developed software, led businesses, and advocated for new technologies that will change the face of education.
John Stamper, Ph.D.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
John is a leading expert on Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Educational Data Mining. As faculty at Carnegie Mellon University, John is involved in cutting-edge research on Cognitive Tutors, Adaptive Learning, and Dynamic Hint Generation. John's research is the foundation of what we do at TutorGen. His extensive business experience and contacts in this domain contribute to his vision as he guides the direction of our company. View work>
Mary Jean Blink, MBA
Chief Operating Officer
Mary Jean manages and guides the activities at TutorGen, including business development, product development, client negotiations, and facilities management. Her experience in business, information technology, software development, and education makes her a vital asset to TutorGen.
ADAM HELBIG, M.ED.
Director of Business Development & Operations
Adam leads business development and operations for TutorGen. He brings 15 years of experience in corporate education, public education and is a staff member at Ohio University. His passion is to collaborate with partners in all learning sectors to improve how they provide education. Please feel free to contact him about new opportunities and partnerships at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ted Carmichael, Ph.D.
Senior Research Scientist
At TutorGen, Ted applies his experience and expertise to research projects and programs for our clients. He is a former research professor and is an expert in Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, Agent Based Modeling, and Emergent Complex Adaptive Systems. View work>
Margie Serrato, Ph.D
senior Research Scientist and NSF Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Margie is applying her anthropological expertise at TutorGen in the educational technology field to improve the learning and training environment of learners. Additionally, she is involved in improving efforts related to underrepresentation of females and minorities in STEM disciplines and industries.