Corey Johnson, Club Channel Product Supply Senior Director at Procter & Gamble, is a well-versed professional in supply chain management. He has proven his proficiency in accomplishing tasks exceedingly well. His experience will help in accelerating value creation for Moonshot Junior.
Corey has joined forces with Rod Robinson (An advisory board member of the Techstars Foundation), and Steve Harrell (Supply Chain Leader at Apple Inc) to make a productive investment in Moonshot Junior Inc. This alliance with the three top-notch business leaders will be a great help in further solidifying the position of Moonshot Junior in the EdTech industry.
Moonshot Junior Inc., a Silicon Valley-based, educational-management start-up specializing in an entrepreneurial and innovation-centric program for children, takes pleasure in welcoming Corey Johnson to the organization.
Corey has over a decade’s worth of experience in supply chain management. He started his career with Procter and Gamble. In a brief span, he has made his way up to the corporate ladder and positioned himself as an asset for the industry.
Corey holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina State University and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Moonshot Jr Inc. has three key core competencies of what Corey looks to invest in and partner: bring meaningful change to an underserved segment of the market, possess solid fundamentals, and present an aggressive growth plan.
Alok Jain, Moonshot Junior CEO and Co-founder believes in collaborating with diverse talents. He is pleased to welcome Corey and says this association will catapult the start-up business.
He says: “A start-up should work with a diverse pool of people. Diverse talents help in digging out new ideas and opening new avenues. Corey is young and talented. He would help in capturing new markets by developing unique strategies for doing business.”
Moonshot Junior Inc. is a start-up that is remodeling the concept of empowering today’s innovators and turning them into tomorrow’s entrepreneurs through project-based learning and product development experience. Our community strives to uncover and nurture the STEAM skills in children with the help of our innovation and entrepreneurship-centric, SaaS-model-based program.
Our community and platform are an overlay around the ideas, projects, and products straight out of the creative minds of children between 10-17 years, with guidance from experts.