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About Us

ONEder was founded in 2011 by Jonathan Izak out of a need to develop a way to communicate with his non- verbal brother. Since then, the company has grown in size and vision. Each day ONEder’s team use their decades of classroom experience to build on Jon’s vision. Our goal? To develop new methods for ensuring that every student succeeds at school and in their post-school lives.

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Jonathan Izak
Founder / President

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Dan Haskell
VP, Business Development

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Eliaz Shapira
CEO

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Melissa Ragan
VP, Operations

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David Welch
Director of Marketing Communications

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Cristina Garro
Manager of Operations

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Stacy Felder
Director of Implementation

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Aya Izaely-Levi
Director of User Experience

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Ater Akrofi
Customer Success Representative

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Danny Garro
Senior Graphic Designer

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Tharaha Richards
Assistant Editor

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Jonathan Izak
Founder / President

Most likely to attempt the Wobble and then sheepishly give up.

Eliaz Shapira
CEO

Most likely to disagree with your taste in movies.

Melissa Ragan
VP, Operations

Most likely to buy cake for the office.

Dan Haskell
VP, Business Development

Most likely to be caught wearing mismatched socks.

David Welch
Director of Marketing Communications

Most likely to drop an obscure reference into the conversation.

Stacy Felder
Director of Implementation

Most likely to beat you (and everyone else) in Karaoke.

Aya Izaely-Levi
Director of User Experience

Most likely to rush home to tend to her bread dough.

Cristina Garro
Manager of Operations

Most likely to be the boss.

Danny Garro
Senior Graphic Designer

Most likely to wish he could be left alone with his drawings.

Tharaha Richards
Assistant Editor

Most likely to need a coffee.

Ater Akrofi
Customer Success Representative

Most likely to randomly bring up Liverpool Football Club in conversation.

The ONEder Advisory Team

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Dr. Alice Parker

Chair of Advisory Board

Alice Parker has more than 45 years of experience in the classroom, as a building principal, a district administrator, an assistant superintendent of public instruction for California, the National Director for Cross & Joftus, LLC for Special Education and the owner/president of Parker Educational Consulting, Inc. Her areas of expertise include public policy and practice as well as special education models that meet federal and state compliance but are rooted in the Response to Intervention approach and are focused on improved outcomes for all children at risk of school failure.

Dr. Alexa Posny

Advisory Board Member

Dr. Posny has almost four decades of experience in education spanning from classroom teacher to Chief State School Officer to Assistant Secretary of the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services in the U.S. Department of Education. She was most recently Senior Vice President of State and Federal Programs for Renaissance Learning.

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Melanie H. Johnston, MA

Advisory Board Member

Melanie H. Johnston, M.A. is the Executive Director of BRITE Success, LLC, which provides services to individuals with intellectual and development disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder, to families and professionals developing programs, and teaching individuals across the life span using interventions that provide communication skills, behavioral skills and readiness skills that are essential for independence.

Dr. Michael Wilson

Advisory Board Member

Dr. Michael Wilson is Assistant Professor of Education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching and Director of the Teachers College School to Prison Pipeline Project at Teachers College, Columbia University. He is a former high school special education teacher where he taught mathematics and government to students who were labeled with emotional and behavioral disorders.

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