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Our Leadership

Amit Sevak

Chief Executive Officer

As CEO of ETS, Amit Sevak leads the largest private educational assessment organization in the world, with 2500 employees across 200 countries serving over 50 million people each year.

Amit has been a driving force in education, learning and workforce development around the globe. He has led the University of Europe in Madrid in Spain, INTI International University in Malaysia and Universidad Tecnológica de México (UNITEC) in Mexico.  His transformational style of leadership consistently led to innovation, better learning and improved job prospects for hundreds of thousands of students and workers.

Amit has long been a coach for edtech CEOs. He has served on numerous nonprofit boards, including Cambiar Education, CitiBridge and Education Design Lab. In 2017, he founded Mindset Global, an education investment firm. His early career included roles as a researcher, professor and advisor.

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Wallace Dalrymple

Chief Security Officer

As Chief Security Officer, Wallace Dalrymple is responsible for defining the security framework and ensuring the security strategy and governance across the areas of Information Security, Enterprise Risk Management and Office of Test Integrity.

Wallace brings 25+ years’ of executive leadership experience working in complex, regulated organizations at a global scale. He has a proven track record of leading enterprise information security programs, driving innovation and aligning with organizational vision, values and goals.

Before joining ETS, Wallace served as Chief Information Security Officer for Emergent, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Mutual Insurance Company. Prior to that he worked in executive security leadership roles for customer insights and digital marketing company Dialog Direct and General Motors.

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Michelle Froah

Global Chief Marketing Officer

As Global Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), Michelle Froah is responsible for building the ETS brand, marketing and innovation globally across enterprise functions, product innovation, business marketing and community engagement. Michelle leverages her extensive experience in building brands and driving growth across industries.

Prior to joining ETS in 2023, Michelle served as Senior Vice President of Global Brand & Marketing at MetLife and previous to that led marketing, sales and operations functions across the globe for Samsung Electronics America, Kimberly-Clark, and Procter & Gamble. 

Michelle contributes to the industry by serving on The Marketing Society board as Co-Chair and Fellow, Brand Innovators Advisory Board, ANA CMO Growth Council and Rye Art Center board.

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Sheree Johnson-Gregory

General Counsel

As General Counsel, Sheree Johnson-Gregory oversees the General Counsel's Office attorney staff, corporate contracts, copyright and permissions, trademarks, domains and infringements and the Office of Testing Integrity.

Sheree joined ETS in 1985 as Assistant General Counsel and was subsequently promoted to Associate General Counsel and Associate Vice President. She also served as the Director of the Office of Disability Policy and Chair of ETS's Board of Review. Prior to ETS, Sheree held positions as Assistant Corporation Counsel and Municipal Prosecutor in the Newark Legal Department and worked for a defense contractor as the Equal Employment Opportunity Officer.

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Ida Jackson Woods

Chief Diversity Officer

As AVP and Chief Diversity Officer, Ida Jackson Woods provides leadership for the vision, direction, implementation and evaluation of strategic efforts aimed toward advancing an organizational culture of equity and belonging at ETS. Her role is focused on embedding equity, inclusion and diversity across the enterprise to enhance employees’ sense of community and belonging.

Before joining ETS, Ida was a Director in Human Resources for The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), where she was responsible for organizational learning and professional development, labor and employee relations, performance management and related HR workplace issues. Prior to her role with TCNJ, Woods was a Court Executive EEO/AA Officer with the Judiciary’s Superior Court of New Jersey.

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Ida Lawrence

Senior Vice President, Research & Development

As Senior Vice President, Research & Development (R&D), Ida Lawrence oversees functional areas including Assessment and Learning Technologies Research and Development, Research and Measurement Sciences, Institute for Student Achievement (ISA), National Assessments Program Coordination including National Assessment for Educational Progress (NAEP), the Center for Global Assessment and Human Capital, Professional Standards Compliance and Disability Policy, the Center for Strategic Research and Development Alliances, and the R&D Library.

She began her career at ETS in the Statistical Analysis area, where she designed and directed measurement work for the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) and the SAT® tests. Before her appointment as Senior Vice President, she served as Executive Director of the SAT and PSAT/NMSQT programs, Director of Program Research in R&D and Vice President of the Assessment Development division.

Ida also serves as the Board Chair for the Institute for Student Achievement Foundation.

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Jeffrey Melnick

Chief Financial Officer

As Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Jeff Melnick is the financial leader for the ETS enterprise. He is responsible for maintaining ETS's financial health and for positioning the company to grow and diversify.

Prior to joining ETS in 2022, Jeff served as CFO of EisnerAmper where he grew revenue and profits, and led a large international finance department. He also served as the Divisional CFO for several different business units at Marsh & McLennan, CFO for Solow Realty & Development, and Vice President at General Electric® Real Estate and GE Equity. Jeff began his career at Ernst & Young in audit and tax practices where he led tax engagements. Melnick has experience in partnership accounting, implementing technology and data systems, and has led M&A transactions and integrations.

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Steve Santana

Chief Information Officer

Steve Santana is the Chief Information Officer at ETS. In this role, he leverages his extensive IT and product development experience to drive the development of digital products that enhance ETS’s offerings and, ultimately, learners’ experiences. With educational assessments increasingly offered in a digital format to expand access, Steve’s leadership in user experience and cloud native development keeps ETS at the forefront of technological innovation in a transforming education industry.

Prior to joining ETS in 2021, Steve served as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Pearson, and held positions at Ciena®, Nortel™ and Apple®.

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Rohit Sharma

Senior Vice President, Global Higher Education and Workskills

As Senior Vice President of Global Higher Education and Workskills, Rohit Sharma will oversee business units at the intersection of higher education, languages, and employment, with an emphasis on long-term goals, growth, profit, and return on investment.

Prior to joining ETS in 2022, Rohit has held senior leadership roles across higher education, training, certification and workforce development sectors, with over two decades of international experience covering more than 25 countries and jurisdictions. Rohit was previously president and managing director of ACAMS (a wholly owned subsidiary of Adtalem Global Education) and CEO of INTI Education Group. He also served as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. 

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