George Lichter

George Lichter

George Lichter is the Chief Executive Officer of Teaching Channel. He previously served as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Product Officer of Apollo Lightspeed, a subsidiary of Apollo Education Group, and at Apollo Education Group as Senior Vice President, Head of Integrated Academic Strategies and Development for the University of Phoenix, a role that included the management of its School of Continuing Education. He has served as a special advisor to a number of high growth and social impact companies, and senior executive with several major multi-media companies, including InfoSearch Media, Yoga Works, Ask.com, Vivendi Games (formerly Cendant Software, which included in its portfolio such game publishers as Blizzard Entertainment, developer of World of Warcraft), as well as leading K-12 educational software publishers such as Knowledge Adventure, developer of the JumpStart series.