EdTech

CooleyED Virtual Event: COVID-19’s Impact on Edtech in K-12; Lessons for the Future

February 3, 2021

Listen in as Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, joins a panel of investors and entrepreneurs in discussing the impact they saw from virtual learning on edtech companies and investment in the space, as well as the long-term effects when students return to the classroom.

Women Of The C-Suite: Kate Eberle Walker of ‘PresenceLearning’ On The Five Things You Need To Succeed As A Senior Executive

January 3, 2021

“Stay true to yourself. People will have a lot of advice for you, but no one else leads exactly like you do, and no one else has been responsible for exactly your company, at this moment in time,” said Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, during her recent interview with Authority Magazine as part of a series about strong women leaders.

Creating Greater Equity and Access Through Teletherapy

December 14, 2020

Listen in as Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, joins MarketScale’s “Voices of eLearning” podcast to discuss how PresenceLearning can help schools create greater access and equity for all students in need of services and care.

“Whenever we hear from school districts that they have a need to serve students and don’t have enough people on the ground, we come in and help figure out how to do the work online.”

Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, Named Top 25 Women in PE-Backed Software Companies 2020

November 23, 2020

The Lancer Group has announced an industry and Lancer first. The group’s inaugural annual list of “Top 25 Women in PE-Backed Software Companies” highlights the accomplishments of successful executives leading high-performing and fast-growing organizations. Kate Eberle Walker joined PresenceLearning as CEO in 2019. The company, a leading provider of live online therapy and evaluation services for students with special needs, is backed by several PE firms, including Catalyst, Catamount, and Bain Capital. Throughout her 20+ year career, she has actively supported early-stage EdTech companies and non-profit education initiatives.