Michael London is a recognized thought leader in education technology with more than 20 years of professional accomplishments and innovations. As the founder of Examity, the world leader in learning validation and online proctoring, he drives the strategic direction of the organization and serves as its President and Chief Executive Officer. Michael is currently a semifinalist for Ernst and Young’s 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year Award (winners will be announced in June 2019).
Prior to Examity, Michael was the founding CEO for Bloomberg Institute, an education start-up funded by Mayor Bloomberg and Bloomberg Ventures. Under Michael’s leadership, the BAT, an online standardized test and associated recruiting platform, grew to more than 500 universities in 45 countries, making it a leading financial designation worldwide.
In 2009, Michael was named Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Growth for Kaplan. Previously, he was Co-Founder and CEO of College Coach and EdAssist (formerly Tuition Advisory Services), both acquired by Bright Horizons Family Solutions in 2006.
Michael received a BS with Honors from Babson College, where he is a current Board Member, and an MBA from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. He is the co-author of Simon & Schuster published, “The New Rules of College Admissions.” Among Michael’s volunteerism, he was recently appointed to and currently serves on the Governor’s Commission for Digital Education and Lifelong Learning.