HITN Learning’s, Vice President for development and production, receives recognition as a cultural catalyst in technology and digital in the awards ‘Innovation & Inclusion 2018.’
Erica Branch-Ridley, Vice President of creative development and production for HITN Learning; was recognized for her leadership in the area of digital production by The Digital Diversity Network with the Innovation & Inclusion 2018 Award, an annual award that rewards the achievements of leading professionals in the United States in the area of technology and digital.
“This award is a well-deserved recognition of the great work that our talented HITN Learning team has been doing in recent years,” said Michael D. Nieves, President & CEO of HITN. “We will continue to keep up with the latest technological advances, to offer Spanish-speaking families bilingual children’s products, and digital tools of the highest quality, to educate and entertain.”
Erica oversees the development of HITN Learning’s educational products, the HITN division in charge of developing bilingual, interactive and cross-platform initiatives for children. Erica has held positions in important companies and collaborated with the development of an integrated suite of 15 didactic apps from ‘Pocoyo Playset’, sponsored by a $ 30 million government education scholarship from the US Department of Education.
This year’s winners of the Innovation & Inclusion Awards 2018 were awarded at a private gala in New York on October 18, attended by more than 200 professionals from across the country.