Andre Nudelman

Entrepreneur in Residence Stanford University Graduate School of Education

Andre Nudelman was appointed as Entrepreneur in Residence at Stanford University Graduate School of Education in September 2021. He has an extensive range of activities, including Private Equity with focus on Education, Entrepreneurship, Real Estate Investments, Agriculture, Art Collection, Non-profit organizations, and volunteer activities.

Among his past ventures, Maple Bear Schools Latin America, the largest franchised K-12 bilingual school chain in Latin America, sold in 2016. Presently, through Addquire Private Equity, he controls Digital Media Academy (, a company that offers Tech Courses in person and online to students from 3-18 years old globally; International Comprehensive (, a school quality improvement system; International Canadian Academy (, a K-12 bilingual school franchising chain; Interactive Health International (, a simulation online system for medical education; and, a global platform for teachers to share experiences and improve their practises.

His philanthropic and volunteer activities include: former Chairman of the Canadian Council for The Americas BC for ten years; former Cabinet Campaign member for Emily Carr University of Art+Design; former Advisory board member at McRae Institute for International Relations at Capilano University; Chairman of The Einstein legacy Project in BC at Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Ambassador of Vancouver Biennale; among others.