Meet The Team
Founder & President
Laura has worked with teachers and students and technology for over thirty years. An early interest in LOGO programming led Laura to the Harvard Graduate School of Education where she collaborated on projects with the MIT Media Laboratory and the mathematician and educator, Dr. Seymour Papert, the founder of LOGO programming and one of the world’s foremost experts on instructional technologies. Prior to founding Vision Education, Laura directed the Computer Department at The Buckley School in Manhattan for fourteen years and was Director of the Technology Program at the Little Red School House and Elisabeth Irwin High School for two. Laura was named as one of the Enterprising Women of the Year in both 2006 and 2008 by Enterprising Women magazine.
Program Manager of Fee Based
Alex has a passion for education and providing students with the opportunity to discover their own passions. She has worked in the education field in NYC for the past 6 years. She previously oversaw arts education programming at LeAp and teacher residency programs at Success Academy Charter Schools. Alex is currently enrolled in a MBA program at Fordham University and enjoys learning something new everyday!
HR & Recruitment Manager
Kelly has over 8 years of experience working in education. She has taught English as a second language in China and Vietnam, and managed ESL schools in Indonesia and Brazil. She is passionate about making high-quality education accessible to all students and connecting teachers with rewarding work that allows them to use their creativity. She enjoys meeting new people, traveling, reading, and practicing Portuguese.
Junior Program Manager
Marilyn joined Robofun in the winter of 2013 as a Robotics and Coding instructor before becoming one of their Junior Program Managers in 2017. Before then, Marilyn taught first and second grade in Florida. She received her professional teaching license in Elementary Education (K-6) and is currently working on her Master’s in Media Arts with a concentration in film and video production. As a manager, Marilyn is passionate in aspiring students and teachers alike to have an intellectual curiosity for the world and an enduring interest to share this quality with others. She spends her free time reading, eating ice cream, and spending time with her family.
Junior Program Manager
Jessica’s interest in the youth development field began early in college when she interned for The Child Center of New York in Flushing, Queens. After earning her B.A. in Psychology from Queens College University in 2006, she worked as a Site Manager for The Princeton Review, running successful after school programs throughout the city. Jessica eventually returned to The Child Center of New York, where she was promoted through several positions until she became Program Director at PS 223Q. She spends her spare time hiking, traveling, sketching, snapping photos everywhere she goes and making music mixes for her loved ones.