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Ed Tech Veteran Heather Dunn Joins CampusLogic as VP of Marketing


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Phoenix, Ariz. (July 29, 2015) – CampusLogic, tech startup and creator of cloud-based, self-service software for financial aid offices, announced the addition of Valley education technology marketer Heather Dunn as Vice President of Marketing. Dunn’s hire marks a period of rapid growth for the software company following the closing of a successful $4.1 million funding round earlier this month and a $250,000 Arizona Innovation Challenge award.

Dunn’s extensive B2B marketing experience combined with her specialized expertise in ed tech are valuable assets to a company looking to transform the higher education industry with student self-service technologies. She will build the go-to-market strategy for several new products CampusLogic will launch before year’s end as well as lead sales enablement, demand generation, and awareness initiatives.

“A key part of building a high growth education technology company is attracting and retaining amazing employees,” said Gregg Scoresby, Founder and CEO of CampusLogic. “Heather’s impressive track record of launching highly productive marketing functions for education technology companies fills a critical need in our company. I feel fortunate to have her on my team.”

Dunn brings a wealth of experience to the team, as she held a number of high-level marketing positions in technology companies such as NetPro, Telesoft, eEye Digital Security, rSmart and another Phoenix-based ed tech startup, Picmonic.

“CampusLogic’s growth is impressive, and the executive team has the company well positioned to scale,” said Heather Dunn. “Opportunities to join companies that have as much potential as CampusLogic are few and far between, and I’m looking forward to being a part of its continued success.”

About CampusLogic
CampusLogic delivers SaaS solutions for colleges and universities that decrease administrative costs, boost enrollment and dramatically improve the student experience. CampusLogic is transforming the way schools provide financial aid and other student services, disrupting the $41 billion higher education market with solutions that fundamentally change the way business is done. For more information, visit campuslogic.com.

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