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UBTECH Robotics Names Jamie Sachs as Senior Director of Education

An educational leader and former not-for-profit director, Sachs will help UBTECH Education provide all students’ access to robotics and engineering instruction

Exciting news: UBTECH Education has hired Jamie Sachs to serve as the company’s senior director of education!

A division of UBTECH, a global leader in intelligent, humanoid robots for consumers, business, and industry, UBTECH Education’s NGSS-designed UKIT curriculum and leveled builder kits help educators seamlessly incorporate science and engineering instruction into K–12 classrooms. Jamie will oversee development and implementation of the company’s educational programs and curricula, as well as wraparound services like professional development and district success.

According to John Rhee, general manager of UBTECH North America, Jamie’s unique skill set will help the company accelerate the expansion of its high-quality line of programs for STEM+C learning.

“We are excited to have someone of Jamie’s caliber join the team. When Jamie looks at the requirements of an education program, she brings the professional expertise of a career developer as well as that of a math educator and school leader,” said Rhee. “This powerhouse combination will serve us well as we continue to create new ways to immerse students in hands-on STEM+C learning.”

Prior to joining UBTECH Education, Jamie served as the director of education for FIRST, a leading not-for-profit STEM engagement program for kids worldwide. During her tenure she and her team enabled more than 30 districts to establish or expand robotics programs, providing 50,000 students with first-time access to robotics opportunities.

Jamie has also served in leadership positions at the New Tech Network, Mosaica Education, and the Southern Regional Education Board. Before joining the edtech world, she worked as a math educator and school principal in the Atlanta area. She holds a Master of Education degree from East Tennessee State University and an Education Specialist degree from Nova Southeastern University.

Welcome to the team, Jamie!

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