Gregory Hubbell, Adena Johnston, Dale Pike Admitted to the Gilfus Advisors Network

Gregory Hubbell, CEO, Sound Reading Solutions

Greg is the CEO for Sound Reading Solutions, an Ithaca-based education software company. The company has created proprietary reading therapy software that raises K-12 reading scores and works to cure dyslexia. Greg also frequently works with Cornell University, where he is involved with Change Management Initiatives of all types. Using LEAN Office techniques, he has helped the Johnson School at Cornell to substantially improve operations and to add increased value to their customers. Greg hold and MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson School. He also carries dual B.S. degrees in Industrial Engineering and International Business from Oregon State University.

Adena Johnston, Principal, Complete School Solutions

Adena leads a coaching and consulting organization that partners with executives and leaders to create the transformational environment necessary to foster positive change, learning, and the achievement of results, all focused on the uniqueness of each individual and team. Previously, Adena held the title of Metro President of DeVry University in the Philadelphia metro area where she managed the school’s operating budget. She has also served in the roles of Dean of Academic Affairs and Career Services at Bradley Academy for the Visual Arts and Director of Enrollment Management at Gratz College. Adena earned a Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Case Western Reserve University and is completing a Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics from University of Pennsylvania in 2013.

Dale Pike, Director of Academic Technologies, Boise State University

As Director of Academic Technologies, Dale provides leadership and vision for the effective use of technology in instruction at Boise State University. In this role, he leads efforts to support teaching-related technology infrastructure, with a particular focus on the strategic use of technology-enhanced pedagogy, exploration of innovative uses of instructional technology, and support for faculty. Dale leads one of Boise State’s strategic projects that aims to expand mobile learning capabilities on campus. Prior to joining Boise State, Dale served as the Associate Dean for Instructional and Information Technology for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at UNC, Charlotte. Dale earned a B.A. in Liberal Arts & Sciences (minor in Japanese) and a M.S. in Instructional Technology (Instructional Systems Design) from Utah State University.