iLearningEngines appoints Michael Moe and Sir Ian Davis to its Board of Directors

– USA, MD –  iLearningEngines Inc., a leader in AI-powered learning automation and information intelligence for corporate and educational use, today announced the appointments of Michael Moe and Ian Davis to its board of directors following the close of its business combination with Arrowroot Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: ARRW), bringing together more than 60 years of business, investment and technology experience to the Board.

About Michael Moe Ian Davis

Michael Moe is the Founder and CEO of GSV, a growth-focused investment platform. GSV has invested in several household name businesses such as Meta (formerly Facebook), X (formerly Twitter), and Spotify and also has several funds focused on the digital learning sector – with investments in several noteworthy businesses in the space including Coursera, Chegg, Course Hero, Masterclass, and Guild Education. He is also the co-founder of the ASU+GSV Summit, which Forbes called “the Davos of Education.” Before GSV, Mr. Moe was the Founder and CEO of ThinkEquity Partners, Head of Global Growth Research at Merrill Lynch, and was voted to be on the Institutional All-American Research Team and named “Best on the Street” by the Wall Street Journal. He is also the author of three books, “Finding the Next Starbucks”, “The Global Silicon Valley Handbook” and his most recent, “The Mission Corporation”.

Michael Moe said, “I have been deeply immersed in the digital learning sector for more than three decades and I can definitively say that I believe that iLearningEngines’ solutions, which enable enterprises to productize their institutional knowledge, are revolutionary. I am excited to join the board of directors and look forward to helping Harish and the team achieve their growth objectives.”

About Ian Davis

Ian Davis is currently the Chairman of Thoughtworks Holding, Inc., the Senior Independent Director of Majid Al Futtaim Holdings, and is also an advisor to several private firms and non-profit organizations. Previously, he was a Non-Executive Director of the UK Cabinet Office of Teach for All, an educational nonprofit, as well as Big Society Capital. He was previously Chairman of Rolls-Royce Plc, non-executive director and lead director of BP Plc, and non-executive director of, Johnson & Johnson Inc. Ian is also Senior Partner Emeritus of McKinsey & Company, where he was a consultant and partner for more than 30 years and the last six years was the Worldwide Managing Partner.

Sir Ian Davis said, “AI is changing the game for enterprises the world over and iLearningEngines is leading the way. I am impressed by Harish’s strategic vision and how the team maintains an unwavering commitment to product development and innovation. I look forward to contributing to their continued success as a publicly traded company.”

About iLearningEngines

iLearningEngines is a leading cloud-based, AI-driven mission-critical training for enterprises. iLearningEngines has consistently ranked as one of the fastest-growing companies in North America on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500. iLearningEngines’ AI and Learning Automation platform is used by enterprises to productize their enterprise knowledge for consumption throughout the enterprise. The intense demand for scalable outcome-based training has led to deployments in some of the most regulated and detail-oriented vertical markets, including Healthcare, Education, Insurance, Retail, Oil & Gas / Energy, Manufacturing, and Government. iLearningEngines was founded by Harish Chidambaram in 2010, with headquarters in Bethesda, MD, and offices in Dubai, UAE, Trivandrum, Pune, and Kochi, India.

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