John Herbold to lead the development of interactive products focused on improving youth health
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- HealthTeacher announced today that John Herbold has joined the company as Vice President of Product. Prior to joining HealthTeacher, John was a Senior Product Manager on the iOS team at Apple Inc.
Most recently at Apple, John played a key role in the creation, development and launch of iCloud and led the development and marketing of Photo Stream. Prior to launching iCloud, John was a Senior Product Manager on Apple’s MobileMe team. While at Apple, John defined, shipped and marketed numerous products including iPhone and iPad apps, web apps and cloud services.
“John has a proven background of engaging audiences across the devices we use to learn, play, socialize and be entertained,” said Scott McQuigg, CEO of HealthTeacher. “Applying his experience developing world-class interactive products, John will lead our efforts to broaden digital engagement with kids, their families and their teachers, all focused on measurably improving youth health.”
“To dramatically bend the curve on youth health, we must create engaging and innovative experiences that make good health cool and aspirational—all while encouraging kids to move beyond the screen and be more active,” said John Herbold. “HealthTeacher is already playing a significant role in improving youth health through its work with teachers and schools. I look forward to leading the effort to enhance digital engagement that will equip our youth for a more successful future.”
Previously, John was a technology investment banking analyst at A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. He earned his M.B.A. from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and his B.S. in finance from Miami University.
HealthTeacher is a leading provider of online health promotion, disease prevention, social/emotional wellness and safety resources for kindergarten through 12th grade and is used by nearly 30,000 teachers nationwide. HealthTeacher helps establish community-based youth health collaboratives by developing partnerships between healthcare organizations, businesses, community leaders and schools to address the growing issues affecting the health status of young people. To learn more, visit www.healthteacher.com.
Lori Orth, 800-514-1362 ext. 154
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