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Meet the DEG Team

The Digital Education Group was founded to be an unbiased resource of instructional technology information. For more than 10 years, our team has worked closely with schools, publishers and vendors on a wide range of digital education projects, giving us unique insights into 21st century classroom technology.

If you have any questions for our team, or if you would like to share your own classroom experiences, please contact us through the information below.


Mike Huling - President & Co-Founder
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Mike Huling has significant experience in the education and publishing industry. During an 11-year tenure with Varsity Group, LLC (formerly, where he rose from Operations Manager to Vice President of Operations, Mike worked closely with suppliers across the education spectrum while providing ecommerce solutions to a wide range of K-12 institutions. He brings an engineer’s analytical mind to the table and a talent for cultivating beneficial alliances between schools and vendors.
Jonathan Hermann - Director, Public Relations
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For the past seven years, Jonathan has been honing his marketing and public relations skills in the travel industry, first at the American Society of Travel Agents, and more recently at, North America’s largest travel marketing organization. He also writes for various magazines and social media sites on subjects ranging from insurance to vegetarianism.

He brings a passion for emerging technologies and social media to DEG, keeping a sharp eye out for the trends and products teachers could one day be implementing in their classrooms. He believes in the DEG philosophy--that technology will play a central role in keeping students engaged--but only if it can compete with, and sometimes piggyback on, today's gaming systems and smartphones.

Kerin Kolonoskie - Director, Marketing & Communications
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Kerin comes to the Digital Education Group with an extensive and diverse background in art direction, marketing, brand management and child development. Starting out with a degree in Child Psychology and Development, Kerin transitioned into graphic design, working her way through various industries including publishing, technology, entertainment and most recently travel.  Kerin brings a great understanding of instructional design, web design, emerging Social Media trends, technology uses and brand development to the DEG team.

Rachel Henry - Director, Client Relationships
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Working most recently at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, an independent girls' school in Maryland where she was a favored substitute for the students and a trusted liaison between teachers and parents, Rachel witnessed firsthand the necessity of infusing a school's curriculum with a solid technology strategy.

Before Stone Ridge, Rachel was a Senior Account Manager at, an online textbook provider, where she worked closely with school administrators throughout the country. Prior to her time in the education sector, she worked with various media outlets, including Delaware Beach Life Magazine and MainStreet Media Group; taught elementary-level students in South Africa; and played an instrumental role in the Florida Marlins' 2003 World Series Championship.

Scot DeCristofaro - Director, Business Development
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Scot brings more than 16 years of real world and practical sales, marketing and business development experience to DEG. He offers significant insights and experience in international business development. He serves on the board of directors of the Canadian American Chamber of Commerce-Mid Atlantic, a non-profit organization focused on two-way business initiatives of the largest trading partners in the world.

Winnie Imperio - Director, Strategic Partnerships
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Professional multi-tasker and prolific marathoner, Winnie possesses extensive knowledge in K-12 curriculum and teaching resources, special education and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education.

At the American Association for the Advancement of Science, she works with federal agencies and global corporations to provide summer internships to college students with disabilities studying STEM fields and oversees a Federally-funded initiative to advance the education and careers of scientists and engineers with disabilities. She also worked at textbook provider, where she spearheaded on-campus textbook buyback programs and implemented customized online bookstore solutions for more than 300 schools and 150,000 customers.

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