Beth Hollenberg

President, Everspring


With more than 20 years’ experience in the education and technology sectors, Beth Hollenberg is widely recognized as an ed tech strategist and exceptional educational solutions operator. In Everspring, Beth has built an innovative company that is harnessing emerging tools to help universities undertake their digital transformations, with a singular focus on quality, outcomes, and the student/faculty experience.  

As Everspring’s Co-Founder and President, Beth has driven product strategies which have allowed Everspring’s university partners to quickly implement and scale engaging, high-impact, high-quality programs and the company to develop market-leading capabilities. She has also undertaken business model innovations such as Everspring’s build-operate-transfer model, which allows universities to take greater control over their online operations (and retain more of their tuition revenue) as their capabilities develop over time.

Prior to Everspring, Beth was President and COO of the Higher Education Campus division of Kaplan/The Washington Post Company, serving non-traditional students while growing to $1B in annual revenue under her leadership. Prior to that, Beth was the EVP and General Manager of SCORE! Educational Centers, a nationwide network of 170 technology-enabled tutoring centers. Trained as attorney, Beth’s previous experience includes working for the United States Attorney’s Office, the Democratic National Convention Committee, and as a clerk for The Honorable Judge Claudia Wilken in the Northern District of California. Beth started her career as a consultant, working with federal agencies responsible for child health, welfare, and education, including consulting with to the US Department of Health and Human Services to effectively scale critical federally-funded programs for children (such as Head Start) and on youth skills development initiatives. She was also an associate with the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) in Washington, D.C., where she focused on education and social services policy reform. Beth holds a Juris Doctor from Stanford Law School, where she was an editor of the Stanford Law Review, as well as a Master of Arts in Sociology and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with distinction, from Stanford University.