Louise Dube
Executive Director


  • Classroom technology
  • Curriculum
  • Digital divide
  • Education technology
  • Engagement
  • Game-based learning
  • Math
  • Social studies

Louise Dube is executive director of iCivics, the largest provider of digital civic education resources to schools, serving over 50 percent of middle school social studies teachers in the U.S. Dube has successfully led growth organizations that make and deliver engaging educational technology and digital media for over 20 years. Most recently, she was the managing director of Digital Learning at WGBH. At WGBH, Dube helped launch PBS LearningMedia, a platform with more than 87,000 classroom-ready digital resources reaching 1.5 million educators. Previously, Dube served as president of Pangea Tools, an educational software start-up successfully acquired by Houghton Mifflin, and as vice president of marketing at Time To Know, a 1:1 curriculum platform, now distributed by McGraw-Hill Education. As president of Soliloquy Learning, Dube structured the sale of the company to Scientific Learning, where she served as vice president and general manager of speech products. Dube began her career as an attorney in Montreal, Canada, and holds a law degree from McGill University, as well as a master’s in business administration from Yale University.