Educational Research Center of America Hires Ed Doody

Educational Research Center of America welcomes Ed Doody as Executive Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

FARMINGDALE, N.Y., March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Educational Research Center of America ("ERCA"), a not-for-profit research organization, today announced it has engaged Ed Doody as its new Executive Director.

Mr. Doody brings over 35 years of international and growth leadership experience to ERCA. Over the last 10 years, Mr. Doody has initiated research collaboration among not-for-profit organizations focused on youth development, college access, and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) career exploration.
 
"On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Educational Research Center of America (ERCA), we are pleased to have Ed Doody join the ERCA team and are looking forward to all of the positive changes that will occur under Mr. Doody's leadership," said Andrew Belth, board member for ERCA and President of ASL Marketing.

Mr. Doody's extensive work history can be found on his LinkedIn page.
 
Mr. Doody earned a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from St. Mary's University and participated in the University of Chicago's MBA program.

About Educational Research Center of America
Educational Research Center of America (ERCA) is a non-profit organization that currently conducts annual voluntary surveys of secondary school students. The survey questions concentrate on students' career paths and goals, and educational experiences leading to careers. Non-personally identifiable information collected through the survey is compiled in ERCA's Annual Secondary School Student Survey Report. For more information on ERCA, please visit: www.studentresearch.org.

Media Contact: Ed Doody, Educational Research Center of America, 516.345.0027, edoody@studentresearch.org

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