Versal is a new way for anyone to teach virtually anything, interactively.

Everyone is an expert at something. But right now if you want to share knowledge online, you're mostly limited to blogs, videos and slide decks.

But learning experiences are so much more powerful when they are interactive. Versal is a new way for anyone to create interactive online learning experiences and share them with the world. From full courses to short lessons and homework assignments, people can create unique experiences for students and embed them virtually anywhere on the web.

Check it out. We can't wait to see what you create.


Gregor Freund


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Tom Neustaetter

Board of directors and advisor

Stephen Wolfram

Founder and CEO, Wolfram Research

Founder & CEO of Wolfram Research • Creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha & the Wolfram Language • Author of A New Kind of Science

Scott Bennion


Scott enjoys building high growth technology companies, and removing friction from the system. He is passionate about bringing two of his greatest interests -- technology and learning -- together at Versal. He likes hiking, biking, traveling, and things that go fast.

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Carlos Cuadra

Co-founder & VP, Teacher Success

Carlos is excited to be working with authors and managing the content/production team at Versal. He's just happy to talk to people. In his last job, he talked to plants.

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Allison Wagda

VP, Corporate Strategy

Allison started at Versal less than 48 hours after her first interview (someone had to translate the technical diagrams on the whiteboard into plain English – and fast.). If you don't find her holed up in SF with a good book, head due east. You'll find her in Tahoe.

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Chris Poseley

VP, Business development

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Alex Zelensky


Alex lives and works for Versal in Ukraine.

Mike Bannister


Mike is a hacker and code artist obsessed with building software that is important, fun, and easy to use. When not coding he can be found at Bay Area playgrounds with his daughters.

RJ Zaworski


RJ is a mediocre banjo player.

Devon Berger


Devon received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design from Maine College of Art. Before joining Versal, she worked as a designer and patronized the flea markets of Brooklyn, NY. Now in San Francisco, she spends her time designing and listening to records with her birds Gigi and Goose.

Mike Chappell

Video production

Mike received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Film Production from Long Beach State, with an emphasis on cinematography. Before joining Versal he worked as an independent producer for a number of corporate clients.

Monica Cereseto

Video production

In 2012, Monica graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature. Her degree emphasis was on film and critical art theory. Her interests include film, literature, and the culinary arts.

Dan Garzi


When I'm not drawing or designing, you can probably find me reading a book about vague scientific theories. If I'm not doing that then there's a good chance I've been abducted by aliens.

Andres Mejia

Office manager

Andres, born in Colombia, is an avid futbol fan with an unusual passion for food. He loves spending his free time reading, watching FUTBOL games, hiking, and discovering new restaurants.

Dan McGuinness


If he isn't programming, you can probably find Dan surfing, hiking, or rock climbing somewhere in the Bay Area.

Aaron Sullivan


Whether he's plucking chords on his Strat, building mathematical proofs or philosophizing about the universe, Aaron loves to create. Aaron's belief that the internet can change humankind for the better brought him to Versal, where he lovingly engineers JavaScripts.

Alex Patriquin

Director of marketing

Alex likes to think of startup marketing as a cross between a Sherlock Holmes mystery and a 100 meter dash. As a marketer and web developer, he's connected customers and data to drive growth at several successful startups, like HubSpot and Squarespace. He enjoys APIs, IPAs and A/B testing.

Ian Atkin

Operations engineer

Ian comes from a background of software engineering and 20 years of full-stack web development. He’s now interested in building, evolving and operating rapidly-changing resilient systems at scale in a repeatable manner. He likes computers because they follow instructions and don’t complain.

Sarah Karlson


Sarah developed early interests in computers, the internet, and psychology into a degree in Information Systems from Carnegie Mellon and a career in software engineering. She enjoys food, data, travel, robust development processes, and classical singing.

Mark Luntzel


"We've come a long way from the days of installing Linux from floppy disks." Mark Luntzel likes scalable systems / software, tube amplifiers, LA taco trucks, and Bearded Dragons.

Daniel Raftery


Daniel, a hacker at heart, currently lives and works in Maine. His passion for making software struck at a young age and legend has it he was responsible for some absolutely exquisite GeoCities pages. When he's not shoveling snow or eating lobster, he's perfectly content exploring the outdoors or playing video games with his 65 year old father.

Stephanie Lee


Steph graduated with a degree in Computer Science and Psychology from Wellesley College. Before Versal she was a teacher for Girls Who Code and a designer at MIT. Her favorite snacks are cake and cheese. When she's not working you can find her eating... cake and cheese.

Prashanth Acharya


Prashanth’s interests are in architecting, building and scaling out cloud based systems that will make the world a better place. Coming from a supply chain background where he helped build out a next gen SaaS system that brought an openness to the space, he has a market oriented viewpoint where customer needs and agility come first and are the means to bring about good. When not working at his code or attending conferences, he likes to listen to music, travel, and most importantly spend time with his wife and daughter.

Zach Hoon


Zach has been messing around with computers since the late 1980s. He likes to spend most of his time building intuitive user interfaces for interesting applications.

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