Director of Instructional Design
Anderson is a native New Yorker from Queens and earned his Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering Technology from the University of Hartford. After working in tech for a few years, he began his career in education through the NYC Teaching Fellows.
Working in both Public and Charter schools, Anderson taught high school Algebra and 8th Grade math in Harlem as well as served as an after school running and soccer coach.
Anderson most recently lived and worked in Tokyo, Japan, planning events and programs for schools, youth groups, companies and communities as well as leading educational opportunities in the lead up to the 2020 Olympics.
Pulling from his experience in technology and education, Anderson serves as the Learning Design Manager at Mouse, working to provide access and opportunities to computer science experiences.
Anderson is an active runner and huge fan of Track & Field.
Learn more about him in his LinkedIn profile