TCM Advisory Board
Meet the members of our advisory board
Teacher Created Materials is privileged to have the support, expertise, and strategic thought partnership of our Advisory Team
We are proud to have a diverse group of individuals representing both education and business development.
Feel free to learn more by reading their stories below.
Marilyn Alexander is a sought-after consultant to senior executives on brand strategy and development, business planning, communications, process, and organizational issues.
She serves on the board of DCT Industrial Trust, an industrial real-estate investment trust headquartered in Denver
Sales and Marketing advisor
Frank C. Cracchiolo
Frank C. Cracchiolo is an attorney who specializes in business and real estate litigation and transactions.
Frank represents and counsels a variety of clients including private businesses, real estate owners, property managers, franchisees, private persons, and insurance companies.
Leanna Landsmann is a nationally recognized education writer and editor.
Landsmann went on to become the president of TIME Magazine For Kids, where she successfully launched the magazine and led it to become the fastest-growing classroom publication, with a circulation of over 4 million students nationwide.
Content and Product advisor
Marlowe G. Teig
Marlowe G. Teig is a retired managing director of Berkery, Noyes & Co., a full-service investment bank providing mergers and acquisitions management, asset valuation, and expert financial advice to the information, publishing, and communications industries.
Teig currently serves as an advisor or director for the following companies: Perfection Learning, Red Wheel/Weiser, and Teacher Created Materials.
Julie Sokol is a recognized thought leader, consultant, mentor and innovator, leveraging technology to drive organization effectiveness and company performance
She also is extensively involved in technology strategy and STEM programs for local K-12 education.
Sangita has over 20 years of experience within the publishing, technology, and start-up environments.
Her purpose and intent is to pass on this joy of learning not only to her two nieces but to all children with the directive that everyone has the right to literacy