Atlanta, Ga, July 26, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- PrometheanTM, a global education technology company, announced today the appointment of Sue Choe as the business’ new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Choe succeeds Louise Ward, who has been with Promethean for the past eight years and served as the CFO since 2015.
“Sue Choe brings Promethean significant global financial leadership spanning her 20-year career in finance and accounting,” said Vin Riera, CEO of Promethean. “Holding progressive finance leadership roles in technology, software, and gaming, Choe’s strategic expertise will be invaluable in Promethean’s ongoing efforts to develop transformative technologies and immersive experiences that motivate students to learn.”
Recently, Choe served as the Vice President of Finance and Chief Account Officer of RealNetworks, Inc., a publicly traded Seattle-based company focusing on digital media, software, and games. Before RealNetworks, she held leadership roles with Cardiac Science, Microsoft, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Choe holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Master of Science in Accountancy from San Jose State University.
Promethean is a global education company that improves learning productivity by developing, integrating, and implementing innovative 21st-century learning environments that help make everyone more engaged, empowered, and successful. Promethean’s main corporate offices are located in Blackburn, UK, and Atlanta, USA. Promethean is a member of the Net Dragon Websoft Holdings Limited (HKSE: 0777) group of companies. For more information, please visit PrometheanWorld.com.
About NetDragon Websoft Holdings Limited
NetDragon Websoft Holdings Limited (HKSE: 0777) is a leading innovator and creative force in China's mobile Internet industry. Established in 1999, NetDragon is a vertically integrated, cutting-edge R&D powerhouse with a highly successful track record which includes the development of flagship MMORPGs such as Eudemons Online and Conquer Online, China’s number one online gaming portal, 17173.com, and China's most influential smartphone app store platform, 91 Wireless, which was sold to Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU) in 2013 as the largest Internet M&A transaction in China at the time. Being China's pioneer in overseas expansion, NetDragon also directly operates a number of game titles in over 10 languages internationally since 2003. In recent years, NetDragon has become a major player in global online and mobile learning space as it works to leverage its mobile Internet technologies and operational know-how to develop a game-changing learning ecosystem. For more information, please visit NetDragon.com.