CHANDLER, Ariz. (May 22, 2014) — Odysseyware, a leading provider of online learning curriculum, assessment and solutions, has hired Colleen Miller as its Arizona educational consultant.

Born and raised in Phoenix, Ms. Miller attended public school in the Mesa Public and Scottsdale Unified school systems and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Arizona.

“Colleen’s diverse background and passion for EdTech make her a valuable addition to the Odysseyware team,” said Barry Swihart, the Western region vice president of sales for Odysseyware’s parent company, Glynlyon, Inc. “She has a unique understanding of the territory in her home state of Arizona, and I’m confident that will serve her well in her new position.”

Prior to joining Odysseyware, Miller was an Adjacent Markets account executive at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, where she worked with the company’s entire suite of pre-kindergarten through adult curriculum offerings.

She also spent several years with Pearson Digital Learning, developing partnerships with schools and districts through the utilization of digital product awareness and innovative learning models.

Before venturing into the EdTech world, Miller developed her love for travel by teaching English in San Sebastian and Barcelona, Spain. For seven years, she worked with CEA Study Abroad, where she helped foster opportunities for students worldwide to pursue credit and intercultural competency.

About Odysseyware

Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, Odysseyware is an innovative, multimedia-enriched online curriculum. Completely web-based, Odysseyware provides 21st century educational solutions by offering the core subjects of history and geography, math, language arts, and science along with enriching electives, CTE, placement testing, diagnostics and professional development. This curriculum is sold directly through regional education specialists. To learn more, visit or call 877-795-8904.

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Andrea Jones is a technology specialist in Virginia. A former French teacher, she currently supports technology integration in a middle school.