Diamond Assets Hires EdTech Veteran Pete Vraspir as Vice President, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic

Milton, Wisconsin, UNITED STATES

JANESVILLE, Wis., April 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Diamond Assets, the most trusted Apple trade-up partner for schools and enterprises, announced the hiring of experienced edtech professional Pete Vraspir as vice president, business development for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. Click to tweet.

Vraspir brings more than two decades of experience in teaching and technology leadership for grades K-12. He joins Diamond Assets from Apple Inc., where he served as an education resource for the K-12 Development West Team and as a professional development consultant and national trainer for Apple in Alaska. Vraspir started his career as a science, mathematics and computer teacher. As chief information officer of the Denali Borough School District in Healy, Alaska, he spearheaded the state’s first comprehensive 1:1 laptop program.

“Pete has been focused on technology-enabled learning for years, and is a recognized expert in helping schools provide the best tools for learning,” said Mike McKenna, president of Diamond Assets. “Pete will be a tremendous resource to schools in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic that are looking for ways to create sustainable technology practices.”

Vraspir earned a master’s of educational leadership from University of Alaska, Anchorage, a master’s of educational technology from City University, Renton, Wa., and a bachelor’s of science in biology from Washington State University, Pullman.

About Diamond Assets
Diamond Assets is the most trusted Apple hardware trade-up partner, working with organizations to maximize the residual value of their Apple devices. Founded in 2014, the company has grown to 120 employees located at their Janesville, Wis. headquarters and across the country. For more information visit www.diamond-assets.com.

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