Tomer Doron is a technologist, entrepreneur and a Singularity University alum. Originally in the enterprise software space, he moved to San Francisco following the acquisition of workplaceIQ by Siterra in 2006. In 2009 he moved to the ed-tech space in pursue of greater social impact. His first company, PangeaTools, developed mathematical models for virtual labs and science tools used in teaching physics, chemistry and biology. The company was acquired by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2011. That summer, Tomer completed his studies at Singularity University where he focused on the application of physiological sensors to health and fitness. Later that year he started Exploros, a virtual classroom platform built around real-time collaboration as means of developing non-cognitive skills. In 2013 Tomer joined Apple where he is serving as a senior engineering manager in the platform team.