Michael Leyden is a program manager for the Strategic Partnerships and Alliances team within the Center for Product Development at the Child Mind Institute. He has extensive experience developing and managing strategic partnerships at the intersection of education, technology, social impact, and government. Michael previously held positions at Sesame Workshop, Major League Baseball, and Orijin, PBC, an ed-tech startup serving learners in correctional facilities across the United States.
As a program manager for the Strategic Partnerships and Alliances team, Michael leads the planning, development, and implementation of programming and partnerships for both internal and external relationships as part of the Child Mind’s Institute’s collaborative Next Generation Digital Therapeutics (NGDT) initiative. He enjoys working on technology solutions that can make a real, tangible impact on people’s lives. Michael is excited to be part of the growth and future of the Child Mind Institute NGDT initiative.
- BA, Communications, Loyola University of Chicago
- BA, History, Loyola University of Chicago