EdTech leader to join NWEA as new EVP of Partner Accounts

Jeff Enoch joins the team to help NWEA deliver on its mission of Partnering to Help All Kids Learn

Portland, Ore. – Jan. 15, 2021 – Jeff Enoch joins NWEA – a not-for-profit research and assessment provider –as the new Executive Vice President of Partner Accounts to lead efforts in partnership curation and relationship management.

Enoch brings more than a decade of experience within the EdTech industry including leading sales and business operations at Blackboard Learning and most recently, DreamBox Learning. At DreamBox specifically, Enoch was instrumental in supporting the organization’s exponential growth across various roles including Director of Business Operations, Vice President of Sales for the East, and most recently Senior Director of National Accounts.


“Jeff brings to NWEA a deep passion for service to our partners as well as a commitment to ensure that our offerings and solutions lead to a stronger impact on learning,” said Chris Minnich, CEO of NWEA. “His diverse background and experience, and his humble yet confident and inspiring leadership style puts him in a unique position to advance our organizational mission and provides a fresh market perspective.”

Enoch starts his new role with NWEA today. We would like to thank the Knowledge Leaders executive search team for partnering with us in placing Jeff in this role.

About NWEA

NWEA® (formerly known as Northwest Evaluation Association) is a mission-driven, not-for-profit organization that supports students and educators worldwide by creating assessment solutions that precisely measure growth and proficiency—and provide insights to help tailor instruction. Educators in more than 10,000 schools, districts, and education agencies in 146 countries rely on our flagship interim assessment, MAP® Growth™; our reading fluency and comprehension assessment, MAP® Reading Fluency™ ; our personalized learning tool powered by Khan Academy, MAP® Accelerator™; and our state solutions that combine growth and proficiency measurement. Visit NWEA.org to find out how NWEA can partner with you to help all kids learn.


Contact: Simona Beattie, Sr. Manager, Public Relations, simona.beattie@nwea.org or 971.361.9526