Harlyn Pacheco

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Harlyn Pacheco

2013 Fellow, Black Male Achievement Fellowship
Founder of Qlovi with Ricardo Rodriguez

Harlyn Pacheco 2013 Fellow, Black Male Achievement Fellowship

Bold Idea 
Foster improved literacy rates, high school graduation, and college enrollment for African American males by using an interactive software platform to provide differentiated student instruction and empowerment.
Summary 

Qlovi software fosters literacy achievement for African American, Latino, and diverse kids in school or home. Qlovi uses high-interest and rich interactive e-books to strengthen literacy instruction and personalize student instruction. Qlovi cultivates a love of reading through discovery and recommendations that suit our new generation.

Experience 
Harlyn Pacheco is CEO and co-founder of Qlovi. Harlyn hails from Colombia and Texas and holds a BA, MBA, and MPP from the University of Michigan. Through his work at Children's Arts and Science Workshops, Harlyn fostered academic achievement through partnerships with New York City high schools and community-based organizations. He has held roles in digital strategy consulting at Accenture, renewables investing with the Obama administration OMB, and at Major League Baseball working on the World Baseball Classic. During graduate school, Harlyn received numerous merit fellowships and led graduate level economic development research on Colombia and Cuba. Harlyn is a proud MLT alumnus.
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Tags
  • 2013
  • Fellow, Black Male Achievement Fellowship
  • Education
  • For-Profit
  • North America
  • United States

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