As the Assistant Director of Content for PBS KIDS Digital, Aaron constructs and manages the innovative content strategy for PBS KIDS, including overseeing the development of several PBS KIDS’ digital experiences from ideation to launch.
A graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Aaron holds an Ed.M. in Technology, Innovation and Education. Aaron joined PBS in 2012 and works with the PBS KIDS digital team, where he manages the development of a variety of award-winning websites, games, apps and digital storybooks. Prior to joining PBS, Aaron worked as a Research Assistant at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, MA, focusing on computational literacy, agency, and structure, through the lens of Scratch; a visual programming language designed for children ages 8-14.