Founder and Evangelist
Jena Draper is the founder and evangelist at CatchOn, a company designed to support teaching and learning through the smarter use of data and technology. In 2016, she created CatchOn to help districts meet and adapt to changing instructional needs and trends through the use of real-time data and cutting-edge technology. Jena is passionate about improving how students learn with technology.
Senior Vice President, ENA
Lillian Kellogg has dedicated her career to education and has more than 30 years of experience in the field of educational technology. She has been elected to and served on several education and industry-leading association boards of directors, and she has received several awards and recognitions for her dedication and service to the educational technology community, including the SIIA Ed Tech Impact Award, CoSN Outstanding Private Sector Champion Volunteer Award, and ISTE Making IT Happen Award. As a senior vice president for ENA, Lillian leverages her industry expertise and knowledge to ensure CatchOn is providing educators with the information they need to optimize their district’s EdTech usage.
Leo Brehm, CatchOn’s product manager, is a career school CIO for public schools serving education for over 22 years. Leo has supported education in a variety of roles, including a technology support specialist, instructional technology specialist, network administrator, director of technology, CIO/CTO and adjunct professor in four districts and a higher education institution. He spent most of his career as CIO/CTO with the Sharon and Newton Public Schools in Massachusetts. As a product manager Leo is actively involved in the design and development of CatchOn. Currently, he is leading the development of CatchOn’s learning analytics platform and helping districts leverage next generation learning data to personalize the learning experience for their learners.
As the success engineer for CatchOn, Ross McAden understands the advanced engineering and technology behind the CatchOn analytics platform. He has a proven history of understanding K–12 technologies, from supporting ENA’s customers in the CTAC as a senior support engineer to running his own technology consulting business and supporting both enterprise and school district networks. Ross is always striving to learn about our customers’ needs and wants as well as to promote customer adoption of new and enhanced features, while at the same time being a customer advocate to our developers for new features.
Customer Success Manager
As a customer success manager, Caitlyn Brown works with school districts to ensure they leverage the full value of CatchOn following implementation. She has supported K–12 learning through her work as a member of ENA’s Customer Engagement team as well as at the Discovery Center at Murfree Springs children’s museum. Caitlyn is excited to see the many ways that school districts will use CatchOn to meet and exceed their technology, curriculum, and fiscal goals.
Customer Success Manager
As a customer success manager, Craig McClellan works with school districts to ensure they leverage the full value of CatchOn following implementation. Prior to joining ENA and CatchOn, Craig was an elementary school teacher with a passion for integrating technology into lessons and he helped his school make purchasing decisions for software. Having experienced the difficulties of the purchasing process without data, Craig is excited to help customers make use of CatchOn to alleviate those struggles.