Gregg Rosann is a Co-Founder of The American Academy and serves on the company's Board of Directors. Gregg has more than 25 years of experience in software and systems integration across a variety of industries, with expertise in developing customer self-service applications in the US public sector. At the American Academy as President and COO, Gregg is responsible for the operations and technology that deliver education to students worldwide.
Previous to The American Academy, Gregg served as VP of Software Engineering at Tomax Corporation, where he led the development of the company's flagship product. Gregg also spent 15 years at American Management Systems (acquired by CGI), where he successfully delivered a series of large and innovative technology projects to state and local government agencies across the country. He specialized in systems that delivered significant cost savings and operational efficiencies, and managed customer-facing projects that delivered more than $50 million in revenue to the company's State, Local and Federal Defense business units.
Gregg received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Connecticut, and his M.S. in Science Instrumentation from the University of Utah. Gregg was also an Associate at the Lassonde New Venture Development Center at the University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business.
Established in 2007 and based in Salt Lake City, The American Academy partners with school districts across the nation to locate and educate high school dropouts. Through its groundbreaking NoDropouts program, TAA successfully combines online learning with local community support and advocacy to help at-risk youth continue their education and lead productive lives. In addition to its work with at-risk students, the company also manages a private, accredited, online high school focused on providing courses and diploma programs for students of all ages globally.