Ross Lehr Joins Weejee’s Growing Team Offering Fun and Engaging E-learning Solutions for Corporations and Nonprofits
Durham, N.C. – May 28, 2013 – Weejee Learning, a global provider of custom, interactive and fun e-learning solutions for corporations, NGOs, associations and nonprofits, is expanding its team with the addition of a new senior developer. Ross Lehr joins Weejee with nearly a decade of software development experience and will lead the internal development and software initiatives, working on custom solutions for clients including HTML5 e-learning, mobile learning and Flash-based e-learning.
Lehr’s nine years of experience includes work for leading IT companies in Washington, D.C., most recently as a multi-media developer responsible for the concept and presentation design of multiple web-based training programs for the FBI. He has also developed web-based training for a large government software upgrade and managed the SharePoint site for the Army Corp of Engineers.
“Ross brings fresh and innovative ideas about technology to Weejee,” said Ian Huckabee, CEO of Weejee. “His curiosity about emerging technologies drives his ability to identify, create and leverage the best of those technologies, a vital trait that helps further Weejee’s commitment to being a leader in e-learning content development. We’re thrilled to have him as part of our team.”
Lehr’s hire is part of a continued expansion plan for Weejee, which was founded in 2010. The three-year-old company is growing rapidly while continuing to discover and develop new ways of creating value for clients through its unique brand of fun and engaging learning. Its philosophy is based on research that shows learning in a positive emotional state stimulates the brain to learn more and that fun makes intimidating, perplexing information engaging and easier to comprehend.
Weejee has leveraged its unique brand of fun and engaging learning for clients nationally and globally. The company provides custom learning solutions, learning needs and curriculum analyses, program design, social learning strategy, and instructional design and development. To learn more, visit http://weejeelearning.com.