Advisory Board

Our Advisory Board is made up of seasoned professionals with a passion for education technology. Together, we understand that jobs of the future will require creativity, imagination and experience and we must prepare young people to live in that future.

ElliotLevine

Elliott Levine

Mr. Levine is the Chief Academic Officer for HP Americas Education. A former K-12 official and regular public speaker, he has worked for and launched start-ups in the education and marketing industries. As Chief Academic Officer for HP Americas, Mr. Levine drives thought leadership and the future evolution of technology in education, encompassing K-12 and higher education across the U.S. Mr. Levine and his team collaborates with educational institutions across the Americas on comprehensive educational technology initiatives that foster 21st century skills, as well as assist with major HP customer academic initiatives around the world. He chaired HP’s education advisory councils, hosts their annual academic summits, represented HP on the strategic council of the Partnership for 21st Century Skills, and is a sought-after speaker to discuss the future of, and innovation to, the learning paradigm. He has also presented to Ministries of Education and ICT leaders in Europe, Africa, Middle East and the South Pacific.

A former K-12 school administrator and adjunct professor of communication, Mr. Levine holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Hofstra University in New York. Prior to joining HP in 2008, Elliott held leadership positions in a number of successful startups and turn-around education companies in senior management, product development and strategic planning roles.



NoraToure

Nora Touré

Ms.Touré is an Additive Manufacturing expert and engaged in inspiring women to embrace Tech. careers in the 3D Printing industry.

She started her career in the Additive Manufacturing in 2010 by joining online 3D Printing service leader, Sculpteo, as employee #8. After 3 years in France, she relocated in San Francisco to open Sculpteo’s first overseas offices. She now leads Sales and Business Dev. for North America from the San Francisco office.

Ms.Touré founded Women in 3D Printing in 2014 to feature women leaders in the Additive Manufacturing sector through interviews and portraits. She also initiated #3DTalk, a series of events in the Bay Area and in major industry events like the CES, Inside 3D Printing…
As part of her vocation to contribute to the development of the industry, Ms.Touré is also a Board Advisor for 3DHeals. 3DHeals’ mission statements are to foster and educate the community about applications and innovations in healthcare 3D Printing as well as to facilitate global multidisciplinary collaborative innovations.

In addition to her achievements, Nora is a contributor to Fabbaloo, one of the most read 3D Printing online media.

Her expertise and commitments had her being nominated by 3ders.org, #6 amongst the 25 most influential women in the 3D Printing industry in 2016.



CathyLewis

Cathy Lewis

Ms. Lewis is a consummate marketing, sales and general management professional with experience from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups. With a solid track record of over 25 years of success in 3D printing, additive manufacturing and the traditional copier/printing industries.

Ms. Lewis was the Chief Marketing Officer at 3D Systems with responsibility for brand building, multi-channel marketing initiatives, GTM partnerships and positioning the company as the thought leader in the dynamic 3D technology industry. Prior to joining 3D Systems, Ms. Lewis worked with the prolific Idealab incubator as Chief Executive Officer of Desktop Factory, a start-up developing 3D printers targeted to small and mid-size businesses and the education market. Desktop Factory was acquired by 3D Systems in 2009. Previously, Ms. Lewis spent five years at IKON Office Solutions, Inc. as Senior Vice President of Marketing and more than ten years at Xerox in a number of executive marketing and sales management positions. In her last role she served as Vice President of Worldwide Marketing for Xerox Color Solutions business unit, responsible for the development and implementation of marketing strategies for color printing. Before joining Xerox, Lewis was an executive for Siemens Information Systems, and the owner of a service bureau and microcomputer sales firm in California.