Denis Khazan

Denis Khazan

Vice President of Engineering

Denis oversees the Technology Product Development team at Teaching Strategies. He is responsible for building and cultivating our team based on technology and software development objectives, creating our product architecture and establishing software development processes. He works closely with our company leadership to ensure the delivery of innovative, market-leading solutions for our customers.

Denis is an experienced technology executive with nearly 20 years in IT management and software development. He combines his technology understanding and business acumen to deliver innovative solutions.

For the past 8 years, Denis led the development of Regent Education’s market innovative and disruptive enterprise product suite that enables delivery of Financial Aid to students in a highly automated and scalable way. As Regent’s Chief Technology Officer, Denis was responsible for establishing the company’s technical vision and overseeing all aspects of Regent’s SaaS product development and IT Operations. He provided leadership, technical direction and design guidance to product development teams and thought leadership and subject matter expertise for financial aid process automation and technology capabilities to Regent, its customers, and investors.

Prior to joining Regent, Denis worked as a Software Development Manager at Campbell and Company, where he was responsible for guiding a team of software engineers, business analysts, database administrators and project managers in support of mission-critical enterprise business applications.

Denis also spent nearly a decade in IT consulting—providing software development services across a number of industries including insurance, healthcare, telecommunications, and the oil industry. He worked to deliver technology solutions for a number of Fortune 500 companies such as ExxonMobil, AmerisourceBergen, Verizon, and W.R. Grace, among others.

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