Richard Scullin
Founder and President

Richard Scullin founded MobileEd.org, helping teachers and students integrate mobiles with curriculum. Prior to MobileEd, Richard led marketing for a venture-backed technology start-up in the media ad-network space. Before that, Richard served as Director of Marketing for Village Ventures, a network of early stage venture funds investing in early stage IT and healthcare start-ups. At Village Ventures, Richard was responsible for investor relations and communications, fund raising support, partner fund resources and proprietary research intranet, and business development.

Most notably, Richard has lengthy experience in the field of education as an English teacher at Northfield Mount Hermon School and Kent Denver School. He earned both his MAT (teaching, English) and MA (English, comparative literature). Research and practicum included use of technology in the classroom and the “Internet in Literacy” at Binghamton University.

Affiliations and Memberships
IAML (The International Association for Mobile Learning) member
Mass Technology Leadership Council scholarship winner
Invited professional MW4D (Mobile Web For Development) Interest Group (of W3C/W3.org, World Wide Web Consortium)
ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) member

Recent and Upcoming Conferences

2013 NSF and Mozilla Foundation's US Ignite
TechGoesHome.org Symposium at Google: Mobile Thought Leaders: Klopfer/MIT, Brennan/Harvard Ed, Reich/Berkman/EdTechTeacher, Scullin/MobileEd.org
Mobiles 4 Learning 2012, hosted by The Loomis Chaffee School
Digital Media & Learning 2012
EdTEchUp, Camrbridge, MA (Microsoft NERD)
SXSWi 2011: NCLIA meets mobile learning
Digital Media and Learning 2010 (MacArthur Foundation, CalIT2, UCSD, UCIrvine): mobile learning panel “Diversifying Mobiles, Mobile Learnings” chair/presenter
mLife mGov 2009
Handheld Learning 2009, London:presenter
Mobile Learning 2009, DC
NECC 2009 (National Educational Computing Conference), DC
Handheld Learning 2008, London
mLearn 2008, Telford, UK
Xconomy’s Future of Mobile Applications, Cambridge
MIT MobileMonday, Cambridge: presenter
TEDx, Boston
EduBloggerCon, Boston
Mass Technology Leadership Council unConference, Boston