Dynamic Literacy, LLC is committed to improving vocabulary, language, and reading comprehension for students through the WordBuild Vocabulary Development System. Based on frequently used Latin and Greek roots, prefixes, and suffixes, the program is a collection of educational materials designed to communicate the structure of the English language to students from 2nd or 3rd grade through adulthood.
The founders serve on the company board, and we are blessed to have the following professionals as board members:
Reginald F. Woods, Chairman
Reginald F. Woods, Chairman of the Board, was CEO of Butler International (NYSE), where he led a successful corporate turnaround and many years of profitable growth. He is a co-founder of Dynamic Literacy, LLC, and serves on the Board of Scitent eLearning. He is also a co-founder and Board member of HemoShear Therapeutics, LLC, a biotech focused on drug development for rare metabolic diseases. He is on the Advisory Board of the University of Virginia Heart and Vascular Center, was co-founder of the Keswick Community Foundation, and has served on the Board and Executive Committee of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville. He earned B.S. and M.S. degrees in Engineering and an M.B.A. from Cornell University.
Brian M. Campbell, Ph.D., Chief Financial Officer
Dr. Campbell has been an entrepreneur and an economic consultant throughout his business career. He began in 1968 with an aviation consulting firm in New York and has worked in commercial aviation ever since. In 1973, he became vice president in charge of the firm’s Washington office. Throughout his consulting career he has assisted numerous startup companies with business plan preparation, financial forecasting, detailed market analyses, and strategic planning studies.
Currently he serves as vice chairman and acting chief financial officer of Dynamic Literacy, LLC and is a member of the advisory board of the University of Virginia Heart and Vascular Center. He earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McGill University, an MBA from the University of Western Ontario, and a PhD in Business Administration from Columbia University.
Kenneth E. Hankins, Marketing and Distribution Advisor
Ken began his business career and spent 21 years at The Clorox Company, a manufacturer and marketer of consumer cleaning products. His progression through the organization culminated when he became manager of all manufacturing and distribution facilities for the eastern half of the United States.
He joined St. Ives Laboratories, Inc, a personal care products business in 1994. When that company was aquired in 1996, Ken joined what is now Newell Rubbermaid, a diverse consumer products business. Ken relocated to Belgium in 1999 where he had supply-chain and information systems responsibility as a member of a three-person team tasked with building a window-fashions and drapery hardware business for Newell in Western Europe. The business was built through acquisitions and internal product development to $329 million in sales within three years.
Ken holds a BS in engineering from the University of South Florida and has completed the advanced management program at Emory University.