Director, IB Americas
Drew Deutsch joined the International Baccalaureate in April 2008 as the regional director for IB North America. On 1 January 2009, Drew was appointed as Director of the IB Americas region.
Born and educated in the United States, Drew graduated from Georgetown University in 1992 with a bachelor of arts in psychology and received his IB diploma in 1988 from the United Nations International School in New York City.
Prior to joining the IB Drew had over 15 years experience in the education services industry with The Princeton Review. He served in a wide range of roles across the company’s K12 Services and Test Preparation divisions, most recently as Vice President of Account Management and Operations. In this position, Drew led a large team of educators and support staff that provided high quality interim assessment and intervention programs to school districts across the United States. Drew also served as Vice President of Technology and Online Learning for The Princeton Review’s Test Prep Division where he was responsible for launching the company’s Online Learning Division in 2000. During his career, Drew has developed strong relationships with educators and school districts across the Americas and conducted professional development seminars on topics such as the college admissions process and improving student achievement.
As a thought leader in his field, Drew has been sought out extensively for interviews related to online learning, college admissions, test preparation, and school reform. He has appeared on Good Morning America, Fox Morning News, and MSNBC and in print in The New York Times and US News & World Report.
Throughout his professional career and as an undergraduate at Georgetown University, Drew has had a passion for working with students and educators to improve student achievement. The International Baccalaureate aligns perfectly with this passion.
Drew currently resides in the Washington, DC area along with his wife, daughter, and son.