Andrew Matorin

SVP, Corporate Development

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Mr. Matorin is head of corporate development for HMH and has completed more than 20 M&A transactions totaling over $5 billion. Since joining HMH in 2013, he has been at the forefront of repositioning the company from a traditional educational publisher to an educational technology leader beginning with its acquisition of Scholastic’s Educational Technology division in 2015 and including the recent acquisitions of NWEA and Classcraft in 2023 and Writable in 2024. In 2022, he led the company’s go-private transaction, resulting in its current ownership by Veritas Capital. He has also led the company’s notable divestitures of its Riverside assessment business to Alpine Investors (2018) and its trade publishing business to News Corp (2021) amongst others. Prior to joining HMH, Mr. Matorin held had similar responsibilities at Scholastic. Before entering the education industry in 2009, Mr. Matorin was an investment banker and research analyst covering the technology industry.