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Hannah Templeton

Before Hannah joined Teachstone in 2014, she worked as a Product Specialist and Product Manager in two separate, fast paced e-learning companies. She has a keen ear for identifying client needs and figuring out the most effective ways to solve them. Although you can often find her with her head stuck in data and analytics she knows that communication (and interactions!) is key! At Teachstone, Hannah is able to utilize her experience with SAAS based companies to help strengthen the communication between educators and developers, in order to focus on building useful products. Hannah earned her BS from Cornell University. When not in the office, you can find Hannah at the vineyard with friends, watching football (Go Steelers!) or cooking with her husband, Stephen, and their dog, Angel Marie Cabrera Bessell-Templeton (she is part of the clean up crew!).

Favorite Teachers: Mrs. Snead (2nd grade) & Mr. Iannotti (HS Government)

Recent Posts

ERS, the Enemy Camp?! No Way!

16 Jun 2015

In February, I (me, Hannah!) had the unique, wonderful opportunity to attend the national Environmental Rating Scale (ERS) conference. Interestingly, the first question that I was asked by a fellow participant was “Aren’t you entering the enemy camp?”

Topics: Implementation, Events, CLASS and Other Tools, CLASS FAQs Read More

Behind the Scenes with Product Management

28 Nov 2014

Surveys Matter!

Do you ever receive emails from Teachstone, asking you to “fill out a quick survey?” Are you aware that Teachstone sends out a survey after each training? Do you ever wonder who looks at the surveys that Teachstone sends out?

Topics: Just for Fun, Products and Trainings Read More

The CLASS Observer Directory Is Here!

03 Oct 2014

As a new Product Manager with Teachstone, my goal has been to get out and talk to as many observers, trainers, clients and general CLASS lovers as possible. I have found a common thread among these groups: a desire to connect with one another and put their CLASS knowledge to use.

Topics: Reliability & Certification, Announcements, Products and Trainings Read More

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