Kenna Ose Joins Unicon as Vice President, Market Development
EdTech market leader to champion Unicon’s expanded focus as a strategic partner to K-12, Higher Education, and workforce readiness
Gilbert, AZ – August 26, 2020— Unicon, Inc., a leading technology consulting firm, today announced that Kenna Ose has joined Unicon as its Vice President, Market Development. Ose has an extensive background in education technology, learning, and workforce readiness.
"We are excited to have Kenna join the Unicon team. Kenna’s experience in the education technology market is invaluable as Unicon expands its focus to support the changing needs of the learning community," said Unicon CEO, John Blakley. "Under Kenna’s leadership, Unicon business development and marketing will expand Unicon’s brand as a strategic and innovative digital learning solutions partner.”
Ose has spent equal parts of her career in educational technology and workforce readiness leading organizations focused on learning, upskilling, and employability. With a foundation in Student Affairs and an extensive career in education technology, Ose will champion the learner-centric approach to optimizing content, technology, and security.
"Never has the global learning community been so dependent on technology to drive engagement across a school, institution, or organization. Understanding the Learner Journey is critical to effective teaching, learning, and training. Evaluating those technology touch points, mitigating barriers, and using data to make good decisions are keys to success," said Ose. "I’m honored to join Unicon and expand its hallmark reputation as a trusted advisor to the greater learning community."
About Kenna Ose
As Vice President, Market Development, Ose will join the Executive Leadership Team and further Unicon’s presence in the education technology market. Ose will lead the Business Development and Marketing organization and champion Unicon’s role as a trusted advisor to senior K-12, Higher Education, and Industry leaders challenged with supporting an optimized infrastructure for teaching and learning.
Throughout her career, Ose has developed teams and strategies to move organizations toward future growth based on market trends and strategic restructuring. Ose has been focused on the impact of industry on higher education and has worked to create employability strategies that bring academia and industry together to support the changing demographics in K-12 and Higher Education, specifically the need for skilling and skills gap solutions across industry.