Tán Ho, a co-founder of Milwaukee-based edtech startup Fiveable, announced today on LinkedIn that he will step away from his co-founder and executive role with the business and transition into a senior individual contributor role.
His new role will be focused on no-code/low-code development and product support.
“While I love being a formal company leader, I just love innovating for students and connecting with them on the ground even more,” Ho said in his LinkedIn message. “That is my strength. Students deserve what Fiveable has to offer. I believe my decision will help us reach and support even more students than before. Yes, I’ll still be working at Fiveable. I’m all in.”