Louise Dubé serves as the Chief Executive Officer of iCivics. iCivics materials provide high-quality history and civic education to 9 million students annually in all 50 states. iCivics also champions civic education as a priority for a healthy democracy. iCivics is the winner of many awards, including Fast Company’s Top 10 Most Innovative Education Companies, and EdTech Creator winner from Unity. Previously, Louise served as Managing Director of Digital Learning at WGBH where she helped launch PBS LearningMedia, a platform reaching over 1.5 million educators. Before WGBH, Louise had a successful career in educational technology publishing. Louise began her career as a co-founder of CASES, a New York alternative-to-incarceration program where education helped reshape lives. Louise won the 2017 People’s Voice award from the Diane Von Furstenberg - Diller Foundation as well as the 2018 Civvys - American Civic Collaboration National award from Bridge Alliance. She was also recognized as a 2019 Donaldson Fellow by the Yale School of Management. Louise is a frequent commentator on civic education in a range of media outlets from the Washington Post to PBS. Louise began her career as an attorney in Montreal, Canada, and holds a law degree from McGill University, as well as an MBA from Yale University.