Mandy Ginsberg is the CEO of The Princeton Review and Tutor.com, two leading education companies which help millions of students get into their dream college or grad school. Both companies are part of IAC, a leading internet and media company. An executive with deep consumer, internet and brand experience, Ginsberg is leading the companies through a period of exciting change and growth to better serve the millions of families who are facing rigorous high school courses, a competitive college admissions landscape, not to mention the new SAT. Ginsberg is the former CEO of Match.com the original online dating site. She took over Match.com in 2008 after 19 months of decline. She re-energized the business and was responsible for the strongest growth Match.com has seen in its history. She drove several breakthrough TV campaigns including “Real First Dates.” Ginsberg oversaw Match.com’s U.S. business from marketing and branding to developing innovative product features. This expertise will be applied to The Princeton Review which was acquired by Tutor.com in 2014 to create an expanded education brand for college-bound students. Ginsberg earned a B.A. from the University of California, and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
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