Futurekids’ CEO named to Women’s Leadership Board of Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government

Dzana Homan, CEO of Futurekids, was recently named as a new member of the Women’s Leadership Board of Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.

The Women’s Leadership Board helps to strengthen the leadership roles of women at all levels of society, provide groundwork for better understanding of issues related to women’s empowerment, and fosters the next generation of women leaders.

“I’m honored to be a part of such a wonderful program, stated Dzana Homan. “I really believe that women have an exceptional opportunity for advancement and I’m looking forward to working with the other Board members as well as the participating students on changing those opportunities into success stories.”

Ms. Homan, who has been the CEO of education-technology leader Futurekids for three years, knows about challenges and opportunities. She arrived in the United States in 1994 from the former war-torn Yugoslavia, with hopes and dreams but without family or money. She now leads a global company with operations in 65 countries worldwide.

“Education and technology are the great equalizers,” Homan says. “And in order to be successful, you can’t be afraid of change. I look forward to being able to mentor women on a variety of leadership issues.”

About Futurekids
Futurekids is the premier provider of technology teacher training solutions for schools and universities around the world. Futurekids has a 22-year record of success in technology education. Their core competency is providing technology training as it relates to teaching and learning. They have relationships and achievements with many key educational partners such as Intel,
IBM and Dell.

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