Chief Executive Officer
Lee Elberson was born and raised in southern Louisiana. He joined the Marines at age 17 in an effort to find some discipline. Well, he found it. He studied physics at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and was inducted into the honors society Sigma Pi Sigma. He did graduate work in atomic physics at the University of Maryland, attempting to shape molecules using custom lasers. He did research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, working on relativistic electron transport in a laser-induced plasma (using big lasers to make small stars).
Needless to say, Lee has a love for all things quantifiable. He is an energetic person with a passion for education, and he enjoys coaching young adults as they achieve their goals. He has received a perfect math and science score on the ACT and SAT. When not working, you will find him volunteering with Community Investment Collaborative, a local non-profit where he helps entrepreneurs develop the tools to found and maintain successful businesses. Around town, you might see Lee at networking events or pitching a new business idea. For fun, he enjoys playing squash, pranking the company’s website, playing strategy games, building lego sets, or off-roading in his Jeep.
You can listen to Lee’s Future of Education podcast here.