StudyBoost is a learning management system that allows students and teachers to interact via text and instant messenger. StudyBoost allows teachers to create question batches that can be sent to their students’ mobile phones. Students’ responses are documented in real-time on a dashboard, allowing for all data generated to be analyzed.
Daniel Stinfil co-founded StudyBoost in 2011 and has served as its director of business development since its inception. In his current role he acts as a liaison between StudyBoost’s development team, school administrators, private partners and end users. He secured and managed multiple schools piloting StudyBoost in New York City and the District of Columbia.
Prior to working in educational technology, he worked in finance as a portfolio manager for Deutsche Bank. Daniel Stinfil was recruited to Deutsche Bank from Columbia Business School after completing a summer internship where he rotated through multiple departments including their investment management division.