idoodlesoftware inc. Names Yul Kwon To Advisory Board for Children's Digital Education

Former FCC Deputy Chief and Television Host Joins Panel to Help Shape the Future of Digital Learning.

Ottawa, Ontario - August 23rd, 2011 - idoodlesoftware inc., an education software company offering innovative solutions to bridge the gap between traditional and digital learning, announced that it has named Yul Kwon to its Advisory Board for Children's Digital Education (ABCDE).

The idoodlesoftware advisory board has been put together to gather fresh perspectives on the design and implementation of digital learning in the 21st century.

Yul has had a diverse career spanning law, business, technology and media. Although his multifaceted professional experience spans almost two decades, his rise to international acclaim began in 2006, when he became the first Asian American to win the CBS reality show, Survivor. Prior to his Survivor victory, Yul held positions at both Google and McKinsey & Company. As an attorney, he clerked on the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, practiced law at Venture Law Group and Wiltshire & Grannis, worked as a legislative aide in the U.S. Senate, and served as Deputy Chief of the FCC's Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau, where he helped lead initiatives on children's issues, consumer protection, broadband adoption, and distracted driving.

“...fresh perspectives on the design and implementation of digital learning in the 21st century."

Yul is currently the host of a new television series, America Revealed, which will premiere on PBS in early 2012. He is also the host of LinkAsia on LinkTV, and has worked as a special correspondent for CNN.

Yul is active in a wide range of charitable causes and has been profiled in VIBE magazine's annual "Juice" issue spotlighting "power players," as well as People's "Sexiest Man Alive" issue. He received his J.D. from Yale Law School and his B.S. degree in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University.