d’Vinci Interactive announced today that its COO, Mason Scuderi, has acquired an equity stake in the company and has been named its president. In this role, he will be responsible for further growing d’Vinci as a leading learning solutions and educational technology provider.
Scuderi began his career at d’Vinci in 1997, developing interactive training programs for corporations, government agencies and educational institutions. In 2011, he took on a leadership role after d’Vinci founder Vince Hellane passed away. Also at that time, he started providing creative and technology consulting to clients and expanded d’Vinci into developing educational websites and applications. In 2013, d’Vinci was acquired by JPL, an integrated marketing agency, and Scuderi took on the role of chief operating officer.
Under Scuderi’s leadership, d’Vinci has grown to twenty employees working with leading organizations including PBS LearningMedia, the National Institutes of Health, and Constellation Brands. The company has recently won awards for its educational work for SAE International and the National Conference of State Legislatures. d’Vinci was also just awarded a contract to implement a learning management system for the Western Regional Counterdrug Training Center.
“In promoting Mason, we are committing to an experienced and proven leader in the learning solutions and technology industry. He has a deep understanding of and passion for the power that learning can have on an individual’s and organization’s performance,” said Luke Kempski, d’Vinci’s CEO.
With Scuderi as president, d’Vinci CEO and JPL President, Luke Kempski will take a step back from direct involvement with the company and focus on special projects and long-term strategies.
“Now more than ever, d’Vinci brings value to our clients by developing solutions that deliver extraordinary learning outcomes. I’m excited to lead our passionate and experienced team to a new level of success,” said Scuderi.
d’Vinci Interactive is an award-winning comprehensive learning solutions provider for corporate, government, medical, non-profit, and K-12 target markets. The company expands its capabilities and capacity by partnering with its parent company, JPL.
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