Benjamin Burenstein, recipient of the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy’s W. Wilson Goode Literacy Achievement Award and the Indochinese-American Council’s Community Service Award, was a Senior Consultant, Research Engineer, and Adult Literacy Specialist at Drexel University 1989 - 2000. In 1988, a grant he conceived and wrote was funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and he was hired as the first Workplace Literacy Coordinator at Philadelphia’s Center For Literacy. He was Secretary of the Pennsylvania Association of Adult Continuing Education from 1991-1994, and served as Vice-President for Community Affairs on the Board of the Miquon School. He has administered the City of Philadelphia Parks and Recreation/Office of Innovation and Technology’s KEYSPOTS program since its inception in 2011. He currently sits on the Board of Coded by Kids and is Vice-Chair of the Technology Learning Collaborative.