Kate Eberle Walker

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.

Champion of Equity: Kate Eberle Walker

February 4, 2021

Equity & Access magazine, a publication of the American Consortium for Equity in Education, has named Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, as one of six Champions of Equity. The honor recognizes “standouts who are making a true impact for equity in our schools.”

Solutions for Working Moms During the Pandemic: One Size Does Not Fit All

January 30, 2021

Several of the working mothers at PresenceLearning shared their stories about their work experiences during the pandemic, and how they made changes to make extraordinary challenges manageable for them. From them we can all learn how companies can do better to support working mothers through, and back from, this crisis.

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.

30 K-12 Edtech Predictions for 2021

January 1, 2021

What edtech trends will take top billing in schools and districts in the new year? eSchool News asked edtech executives, stakeholders, and experts to share some of their thoughts and predictions about where they think edtech is headed in 2021. See what Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, has to say…

Building with Purpose: PresenceLearning w/Kate Eberle Walker

November 25, 2020

Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, has served as a longtime leader in the education space. In this feature article for “Building with Purpose,” Kate describes her company’s work to help schools meet their students’ needs, the changing landscape of education and benefits of incorporating online solutions into student life, the convergence of B2B and B2C in EdTech, and more.

CEO Campfire Chat Podcast on The Link Between Leadership and Passion

November 24, 2020

Rob Rigastano hosts Kate Eberle Walker on the CEO Campfire Chat Podcast to discuss how, within  two short years, Kate has guided the company to 70% growth year-over-year and break-even on Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA). The secret to her success? It turns out, passion for her work has no small role to play.

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.

How Teletherapy is Providing Support to Students: Remote Possibilities

June 9, 2020

Listen to host Kevin Hogan talk to Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, about how districts are utilizing teletherapy to deliver special education-related services. The company works with school districts across the country throughout the regular school year and has helped an increasing number of schools during the time of COVID-19. The CEO discusses what is happening in districts as they prepare for providing these essential services for students with special needs.