Kristen McEntyre Tutti Dynamics Meet Education Project

MEP #012 with Kristen McEntyre from Tutti Dynamics

On episode 012 of Meet Education Project, Tutti Dynamics co-founder Kristen McEntyre joins the program to talk about music/arts education, the importance of experiential learning, and the vibrant ed tech entrepreneurship scene in New Orleans.  Don’t miss it!

Kristen McEntyre has twelve years experience in media and technology. Previously, Kristen managed content creation and online community building strategies at FiLife, a joint-venture between Dow Jones and IAC. She also spent a summer at Google News helping to develop their news commenting product and worked at PBS as Production Coordinator on an Emmy-winning music series. Kristen started her career in finance as a technology investment banker at Roberston Stephens and Senior Consulting Associate at Cambridge Associates. She was awarded the Melville Jacoby Fellowship for graduate studies at Stanford University where she studied Digital Media & Entrepreneurship at the Journalism Program and Graduate School of Business. She is also a graduate of Williams College where she was Captain of the Women’s Lacrosse Team.  Kristen plays the piano.

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Nick DiNardo is the founder and host of the Meet Education Project, a podcast series featuring entrepreneurs, VCs and thought leaders taking action on the future of learning. Nick has worked in education for 10 years, working for some of the big players (Pearson & McGraw-Hill), as VP of Marketing for a seed stage ed tech startup, and an independent consultant. He also serves on the board of directors for Argosy Collegiate Charter School in Fall River, MA. When he's not chatting about the future of learning, Nick is reading, traveling, golfing, or drinking a glass of whisky (sometimes, all of the above).