A Cincinnati startup that specializes in software aimed at helping schools communicate and offer services online has a new CEO.
Abre, which counts CincyTech among its backers, named Cincinnati native James Stoffer to its top job, replacing founding CEO Damon Ragusa, according to a release. Stoffer most recently led sales, customer experience and business operations for DreamBox Learning, which is headquartered in the Seattle area.
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Written by Meg Garrner.
Originally published January 13, 2021.