Christina Yu represents McGraw-Hill Education Learning Science Platforms, a venture that applies artificial intelligence to learning through adaptive technology. The platforms transform content into dynamically personalized learning experiences. The technology is based on educational theory and cognitive science that explores intuitive design, metacognition, memory, and the personalized delivery of concepts. Having worked in the field of adaptive learning for nearly a decade, Christina is an expert on the instructional design and application of adaptive technology in corporate, higher-ed, and lifelong learning. Christina holds an A.B in English and Creative Writing from Dartmouth College and is completing her MBA at the NYU Stern School of Business. Prior to her current role, she managed a portfolio of higher-ed adaptive products, worked at the edtech startup Knewton and as a professor of English at Kean University and Southern Connecticut State University.