They are designer, business analyst, community manager, author, content integrator, graphic designer, translator, accountant, and they contribute to improving the education of thousands of students.

March 8th is a day that celebrates women, or more specifically, women’s rights. Although women are still under-represented in companies that specialize in technology and innovation – and there is more work to be done to increase their number -, they are represented well.

We are taking advantage of this day to introduce you to the women behind Netmath. Whether they are optimizing the functions of our app, perfecting its content, design, or interface, or facilitating communications with our platform’s users, they all contribute to the education of thousands of students through their work. Get to know them!


Emilie is a UI designer

Émilie just recently joined Scolab to strengthen the Design team. Through her work, she ensures that Buzzmath’s interface is consistent, fun, and easy to use for the thousands of students and teachers who use it everyday.

Learn more about Emilie


Isabelle is a business analyst 

Isabelle joined Scolab in 2013. She started as a customer service representative and now she is a business analyst. As part of the Product team, she contributes to improving Buzzmath. She analyzes, plans, and prioritizes the next functions to be developed.

Learn more about Isabelle



Athlene is an English author

In collaboration with the Content team, Athlene writes the text of the activities available to students in Buzzmath. She makes sure that they are easy to understand and adapted to the students’ grades and aligned with the Common Core.



Nora is a community manager

For two years, Nora has been the voice behind our blog posts and newsletters. She’s the first person you interact with when you contact us on Facebook or Twitter. She collaborates with the Marketing team to facilitate communication with our users. She takes care of keeping you in the loop with news and updates about Buzzmath.


Erika is a content integrator

Erika has a central place in our Content team that creates all the activities that students complete on Buzzmath. She makes sure that they are high-quality as well as dynamic and fun for students. To do this, she creates and modifies the content of activities that she publishes all while taking care of related tasks like translation and corrections.

Learn more about Erika


Marie-Eve is a French author

Like Athlene, Marie-Ève works with the Content team. She is responsible for writing the text of math activities for Netmath, the Canadian version of Buzzmath. With excellent knowledge of the publishing platform, she is also involved in integrating activities in Netmath.


Carmen is a UX designer

Carmen is a new member of the Design team. Her role is to work on the emotional dimension to encourage motivation and the joy of learning and teaching with Netmath. To do this, she organizes class visits, creation workshops, and test sessions to better understand the reality of students and teachers. Then, with the team, she makes any changes necessary to improve the experience of users on the platform.


We also collaborate regularly with:

  • Jany, who plays a big role in the way Buzzmath’s visual identity appears in our communication tools; this goes hand in hand with the work she does in illustration. She is also involved in creating websites and visuals for the Global Math Week, giving substance to the identity of this event.
  • Aurie, who translates our Canadian version’s blog posts and activities from French to English.
  • Johanne, an accountant technician who takes care of paying invoices, reconciling sales, and helping the financial manager with projects.

You can learn more about Athlene, Carmen, Jany, Johanne, Marie-Ève, Nora, Aurie, and their different jobs soon on our blog in the section called “People Behind Buzzmath”.

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