ORADELL, New Jersey, October 14, 2019 / PRNewswire / – Huntington Learning Center, the country’s leading tutoring and test preparation company, today announced the promotion of Anne Huntington to the president. Anne, who most recently served as Vice President of Business Development, will be responsible for leading the continued expansion of the company’s franchise, overseeing its digital transformation efforts, developing strategic partnerships, leading change. organizational and serving as the company’s representative to the public. She will also continue to serve on the company’s board of directors.
“As a co-founder of the Huntington Learning Center and as a mother, I am incredibly proud of all that Anne has accomplished and look forward to what will happen,” said Eileen Huntington, CEO.
“Anne brought inspiring energy and a new vision to our business. I know Huntington’s future is bright with Anne as president, ”said Dr. Raymond Huntington, co-founder and chairman of the board.
As the active second generation of leaders in the Huntington family, Anne has dedicated herself to the company’s mission of giving every student the best possible education, as well as her vision for world-class student outcomes and the profitability of franchisees. Anne joined Huntington in 2014 as Principal and was promoted to Head of Public Private Partnerships in 2015. In this role, Anne developed and launched the Huntington Compensatory Education Services Program, a program designed to support students of special education who have been denied their federal entitlement. to free and appropriate education. To date, this program has hundreds of active participants and is available at select Huntington Learning Centers nationwide.
“I grew up in the Huntington Learning Center system and I understand firsthand how important our work is,” said Anne Huntington. “I feel privileged to have the opportunity to preserve the legacy my parents built, to innovate and strengthen the foundations of our business, and to continue our mission which has a positive impact on students, families and communities across the country. “
Since her rise to Vice President of Business Development in 2017, Anne has focused on bringing disruption and innovation to the legacy business, both internally and externally. In March 2019, Anne led a strategic plan to open 40 new franchising opportunities and over 30 refranchising opportunities within the new York The Metro market, which represents the largest franchise and refranchising expansion in the company’s 42-year history. Once sold, these locations will represent an expansion of nearly 25% of the company’s more than 300 locations across the country. Additionally, Anne is currently leading a digital transformation effort that will streamline Huntington’s operations and provide additional services to its students and franchisees.
In 2019, Anne was named to the NJBIZ 40 Under 40 List, which honors people who have made their mark in New Jersey business as well as a finalist for the Stevie Awards for Women in Business, recognized as one of the most prestigious business awards in the world. She was also named to the New York Moves Power Women List 2018, which honors women across the country who are making a difference by championing women’s rights, social equity and equal opportunity in their respective industries. Also in 2019 and under the leadership of Anne, the Huntington Learning Center was recognized as one of the Top 500 Franchises and one of the Best Franchises for Veterans by Entrepreneur, as one of the Top 50 Franchises by Franchise Business Review’s Franchise Satisfaction Awards, and as the recipient of Top US Customer Service from News Week.
Simultaneously, Anne drew on her strong track record of philanthropic work in education and business, including as a member of the Chairman’s Council for Teaching Matters, as a member of the Board of Directors and Secretary of the Learning Disabilities Association of America and as a member of the Women’s Franchise Committee of the International Franchise Association, and by getting involved with CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disabled) and COPAA (Conseil des Parents Avocats et COPAA (Conseil des Parents Avocats et Lawyers).
In addition to her work with the Huntington Learning Center, Anne also serves on the Art Advisory Board of the Coalition for the Homeless and as co-chair of the Young Collectors Council at the Guggenheim. She was also an associate producer on HBO The price of everything, which was recently nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy Award.
About the Huntington Learning Center
Huntington Learning Center is the nation’s leading provider of tutoring and test preparation. Founded in 1977 by Ray and Eileen Huntington, Huntington’s mission is to give every student the best possible education. Its certified teachers provide one-on-one instruction in phonetics, reading, writing, study skills, elementary and middle school math, algebra, calculus, chemistry and other sciences. It prepares for the SAT and ACT, as well as for state and standardized exams. Huntington’s programs develop the skills, confidence, and motivation needed to help students succeed and meet the needs of the Common Core Standards. Huntington is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. With 300 locations across the country, Huntington’s franchise revenues are 50% higher than its closest competitor. Find out how Huntington can help you www.HuntingtonHelps.com and for franchise opportunities www.HuntingtonFranchise.com.
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Anne Huntington – Chairman and member of the board of directors
Chairman and Board Member, Huntington Learning Center
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