Christine Willig - The Science of Learning Serving the Art of Teaching

Christine Willig serves as president of McGraw-Hill Education’s K-12 group. Previously, she served as the K-12 group’s senior vice president of product, leading all product development and managing the portfolio of PreK-12 curriculum and instructional materials. Christine joined McGraw-Hill Education in 2011 as the K-12 group’s senior vice president of STEM, a role in which she headed up product development and marketing for all STEM disciplines.

Prior to joining McGraw-Hill Education, Chris served as president and chief executive officer of Math Solutions, the leading provider of mathematics teacher professional development in the U.S. In her time with Math Solutions she improved the technology offerings from the company to drive the highest quality professional support in mathematics with partner states, districts, and schools. She led Math Solutions through a successful acquisition to Scholastic, Inc., in 2010.

Chris graduated from the University of Notre Dame and was a member of the 1996 Executive Education Program at Columbia University.

She resides in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband John. She is the proud mother of a blended family of seven children.

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