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Marco Morales

Group Product Manager, Teaching & Learning / Content
Somerville, Massachusetts, United States
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Marco Morales

Group Product Manager, Teaching & Learning / Content
Somerville, Massachusetts, United States
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Marco Morales is a product designer and manager with a passion for educational software and startups. He is currently a Group Product Manager at edX, where he oversees teaching and learning content. Additionally, he teaches and mentors students as a design and entrepreneurship instructor at Olin College of Engineering. With a B.S. in Engineering: Product Design and Development from Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, Morales has worked on several educational projects, including R&D on self-paced learning environments for Autodesk and co-founding a middle school learning tool, Alight Learning. Morales co-founded BrightLoop, a small startup he led as a product lead with an elementary school teacher.

Previously, Morales worked as a Senior Product Manager and Design Contractor at edX specializing in platform, architecture, open edX, customer success, and mobile. He also held positions as a Product Designer at Alleyoop, a Pearson college readiness learning platform, and Olin College SCOPE Team at Autodesk. Prior to that, Morales co-founded Alight Learning and worked as a User Experience Designer at Microsoft. He was also the Director of Marketing and External Relations at Olin Tutoring Squad and Director of Engineering Projects at IdeaTree Design.

Morales's expertise lies in product design and management, teaching and mentoring, and user experience design. He has experience working with educational software, startups, platform architecture, and customer success. He is interested in creating visual and self-directed learning environments, building innovative products, and facilitating user-centered design processes.

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