Amesite Inc. Announces Appointment of George Parmer to its Board of Directors
Amesite Inc., an artificial intelligence software company providing online learning ecosystems for business, higher education, and K-12, announced that global investor, developer and entrepreneur George Parmer has joined its Board of Directors. The appointment brings the total number of board members to seven.
“George is an extremely successful entrepreneur with deep expertise in investing and public and private ventures,” said Amesite Founder and CEO Dr. Ann Marie Sastry. “He is a visionary that anticipated trends in living – and building – well before the pandemic hit and has been successfully executing on expansion plans that are proving to be incredibly timely. His acumen in business is paired with a wisdom that comes from decades of building businesses brick-by-brick. We are so proud to have him on our Board of Directors.”
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Parmer sits on the board of Linkbancorp, Inc., is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Messiah University in Pennsylvania. He is the founder and president of residential home building and development company Fine Line Homes, which has developments along the east coast from New York to North Carolina. He is also the founder and president of nationwide company Residential Warranty Corporation and three insurance companies located in Colorado, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
“Accessible, affordable and engaging remote learning and training solutions are so important right now and I’m excited to be on the board of a company that is leading the way in delivering the necessary solutions to the education and business sectors,” Parmer said. “As both a business owner and an educational trustee, I’ve seen firsthand what is needed if we are going to make up the millions of learning hours lost to the pandemic and I’m ready to get to work to bring my decades of experience to the table as Amesite grows.”
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