John Brockman, MA, LEP is the Founder and President of EdLogix. John spent over 25 years as a California school psychologist and has been developing technology tools for psychometric assessment since 1980. In 2003, John was a founding member of Evalulogix which is used today by hundreds of clinical psychologists, school psychologists, school districts, hospitals and universities across the U.S. Now in 2014, John has joined forces with K-12 Consulting President Dan Brown to re-launch the re-imagined Evalulogix. John resides in Chico California with his wife and two sons.
Dan Brown is the CEO and Co-founder of EdLogix. Dan has over 20 years experience in the K-12 Education software market. Dan’s experience spans a wide range of education software systems from instructional management, special education, data reporting & analysis and student information management. Dan has worked with many of education’s most dynamic companies such as Power School, Apple Computer, Follett Software, Infinite Campus and Kaplan K-12 Learning Systems. In 2009 Dan founded K-12 Consulting providing business development and technical consulting services to education business and agencies and in 2014 he joined forces with John Brockman to form EdLogix. Dan lives in Rocklin California with his wife of 25 years.
Chief Technology Officer Ed-Logix / Co-founder, Vice President Client Services MindShine Technologies
Robert William Darby has spent 40 years working in K12 education as an educator, businessman and technology entrepreneur. Bob’s experiences span from 12 years in the classroom to administrative positions including building principal, community education director and superintendent. As a business leader, and consultant Bob worked with some of K-12 Educations most dynamic companies including Prescription Learning, Jostens Learning, Compass Learning, National Computer Systems and Pearson Education, Follett School Solutions and PowerSchool. Today, Bob is one of three founders/owners of MindShine Technologies (MST). MST builds software solutions for school districts, service agencies and K12 technology vendors. MindShine Technologies (MST) In 2001 the parent company of MST, GICSoft, based in Atlanta, GA, began developing software for both the education and the corporate market. Growing to nearly 300 engineers, GICSoft’s first clients were Georgia public school systems. Helping with ed-tech challenges in bus transportation routing, special education, student information management and analysis became the genesis for a keen interest in using new technologies to benefit educators.