Alex Rappaport is the co-founder and CEO of Flocabulary, an online library of educational hip-hop videos for students in grades K-12. Since founding the company in 2004, Alex has been responsible for defining Flocabulary's strategic vision and building the business from the ground up. With a focus on strategic partnerships and social impact, Alex is committed to fulfilling Flocabulary's mission of making education more engaging and accessible for students of all backgrounds. Building on a background in music, Alex is a regular speaker on K-12 education and entrepreneurship. He consults on curriculum design for New York City's STEM Magnet Schools and is working with other business leaders and government organizations to make Brooklyn an even better place to work. Alex is also the creator of Big Idea Week, an entrepreneurship program for elementary schools. Alex studied music at Tufts University and lives in Brooklyn.
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