NEW YORK, Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB:SIBE) (the "Company"), a developer of 21st century teaching and learning solutions for the education market, announced that it has expanded its business and education team with the appointment of Dr. Andrew Honeycutt to its Board of Directors.
Dr. Andrew Honeycutt holds a Doctorate in Business from Harvard, MBA from Boston University, and has an extensive background in education and the teaching profession, including with a number of HBCU's (Historical Black Colleges and Universities), many of which are deeply committed to the teaching profession. He has served as Dean and Director at a number of colleges and universities, and has successfully implemented virtual classes and remote teaching, as well as other leading teaching technologies.
Dr. Honeycutt has been an advisor on marketing strategy, strategic planning, management training, global business leadership and entrepreneurship for many Fortune 500 companies, and foundations. He also has authored many academic papers and journal articles, many focused on the educational learning process, and the impact of new teaching approaches, and technologies. His much utilized business expertise is evidenced by his service on advisory boards and board of directors to businesses, banks, community organizations, foundations including The Kaufman Foundation and The Society of HBCU Fellows.
Developing "Top Down" Education and the "Teach the Teacher" ApproachGerald F. Sullivan, the Chairman of Sibling Group Holdings commented, "We are honored that Dr. Honeycutt has chosen to join us and help direct our efforts in education. His unique blend of business exposure, with a dedication to education, fits well within our corporate mission, and will be a valuable asset for the company." Sullivan added, "We have been contemplating how to best address the needs of K-12, and clearly addressing the training of teachers at the university level is a key part of the solution. We believe Dr. Honeycutt may be able to assist us in the development of this strategy." Dr. Honeycutt commented, "I am very please to be joining Sibling Group Holdings board, and their stated goal of enhancing today's classrooms with the technologies to bring education standards to the 21st century. As a person who is knowledgeable of 21st Century trends, I believe U.S. global competitiveness depends on effective utilization of technology in today's classrooms."