Ulrich Boser is the founder and CEO of The Learning Agency and a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. He also leads the Learning Agency Lab, a nonprofit devoted to scaling the science of learning. In 2017, Boser wrote a book on the science of learning titled Learn Better. The book was featured in many media outlets, including Wired, Slate, Vox, Fast Company, and The Atlantic. Amazon called it simply “the best science book of the year.” Boser’s work has been influential, and his writing and research have appeared in a variety of outlets ranging from “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” to the front page of USA Today. Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) drafted a change to federal education law based on Boser’s work. Boser has served as an adviser to many institutions including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Reboot Foundation, and the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. Boser’s career has also included stints as a reporter, editor, and English language instructor. He graduated from Dartmouth College with honors.