Gregory Bender founded K12 Alerts® in 2002 to provide a comprehensive
and affordable emergency communications platform for school administrators.
Mr. Bender, a native New Yorker, got his original inspiration after
living through the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. He saw the
immediate need for administrators to reach out to parents and staff in a
crisis and created K12 Alerts® to solve the problem.
Since 2002, K12 Alerts® has continued to evolve and meet
customer needs through our countless conversations with clients
as a trusted advisor. Our customer partnerships and feedback,
helped us release Version 10 in 2009. We pride ourselves on listening
to our customers and providing both out-of-the-box and tailored solutions.
Our team of professionals and our unique results-based applications
have set us apart from our competition. We are not imitators...
we are innovators with products like our Parent My Account® portal,
Electronic Student Emergency cards and rich-text HTML tools to name a few.
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About the Service
Keeping students safe and families informed in an increasingly
uncertain world is a top priority for everyone at K12 Alerts®
and all of its clients. The K12 Alerts® platform is a Software
as a Service (SaaS) solution created to enable school administrators to
effortlessly record, send, and track targeted messages to groups in
minutes. K12 Alerts® program can lower school costs by decreasing paper
communications and strengthening the home-to-school connection with email,
voice and Text-to-Cell parent communications. K12 Alerts® has a proprietary
Parent My Account® portal that is customized for each school
where parents and staff members can maintain/update their emergency phone
numbers, email and Text-to-Cell messaging numbers for emergency and routine
messaging. K12 Alerts®, a privately held company, recently launched its higher
education sibling Campus Alerts® at www.campusalerts.com.
K12 Alerts® and Campus Alerts® brands are owned and operated by Message Logix, Inc. based in White Plains, New York and Patented (U.S. Patent No. 8,180,274) with additional patents pending.
Higher Education Solutions - www.CampusAlerts.com
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Sandra Cokeley, APR
Coming from a background of public relations and marketing in the public and private sectors, Sandra Cokeley, APR, has coordinated the community relations functions for the Pearl River School District since 1989 including internal communications, media relations, print and electronic communications, and the adult education program. Cokeley holds a B.A. from Dominican College and is accredited in public relations. She served as president of the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) in 2008-09, was past president of the New York State School Public Relations Association, former northeast vice president for NSPRA and former NSPRA representative on the Universal Accreditation Board. Author of the Pearl River School District's winning 2001 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award application, Cokeley also has served as a three-time Baldrige examiner and is past chairperson of the Education Advisory Committee for the American Society for Quality. Cokeley maintains a private consulting practice and presents regularly on community relations and quality in public education. She is co-author of Malcolm and Me: How to Use the Baldrige Process to Improve Your School, published by Scarecrow Education.
J. James Lewis
J. James Lewis has over 40 years of professional financial experience. His past positions include SVP and Principal Accounting Officer at J. P. Morgan in New York and Head of Group Financial Control at Midland Bank plc in the City of London. He served as COO of the Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF) and a member of its board of trustees. FERF is a leading source of financial solutions for the financial management profession. In recognition of his work, Mr. Lewis was awarded an honorary life membership in Financial Executives International, which is the preeminent association for financial executives. Mr. Lewis is a graduate of Fordham University and a Certified Public Accountant. He currently serves as a member of the board of directors of St. Luke's Educational Foundation.
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