SIIA’s TechChats: W. Lewis Johnson, Ph.D | Co-Founder and Board Member, Alelo

SIIA’s TechChats provides a look into some of the most successful executives in our industry. Hear how many of them got to where they are today, what is shaping their businesses and the industry today, and special advice they would give to others trying to grow a successful company.

I recently sat down with W. Lewis Johnson, Ph.D, Co-Founder and Board Member of Alelo. Dr. W. Lewis Johnson co-founded Alelo in 2005 as a spinout of the University of Southern California, under his leadership Alelo has developed into a major producer of innovative learning products focusing on communication skills. Alelo has developed courses for use in a number of countries around the world, all using the Virtual Role-Play method.

Dr. Johnson holds a B.A. in linguistics from Princeton University and a Ph.D. in computer science from Yale University. He is an internationally recognized leader in innovation for education and training. When not engaged in developing disruptive learning products Lewis and his wife Kim produce Kona coffee in Hawaii.

For more information check out Alelo’s upcoming educational webinar series, The Future of AI in Education and Training.

View the full interview in its entirety below.


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