• January 15, 2019

Propeller Welcomes Sajjad Ibrahim

Greg M. Smith
  • by Greg M. Smith

McLean, VA – January 2, 2019: Propeller continues to grow and is excited to announce Sajjad Ibrahim has joined the team as a senior member of the engineering team. Sajjad brings over 15 years of engineering experience, most recently working in higher education. Sajjad attended Rochester Institute of Technology. He began his career at DC Water and Sewer Authority (now DC Water) where he optimized and developed business processes to support enterprise software and hardware implementations. Sajjad ended his tenure at DC Water leading the Microsoft and cloud service teams before joining the University of Maryland University College to support a large scale cloud-based virtual desktop rollout supporting learners around the global, he continued that work at AccelerEd.

“Having had the opportunity to work with Sajjad in the past, I am incredibly excited to have him as a part of our team,” said Mohammad A. Haque, Senior Vice President. Haque continues, “Sajjad embodies eLumin’s core values of creativity, honesty, integrity and transparency and is an incredibly technologist with a client focus.”

When asked why he joined Propeller, Sajjad responded “I’m excited about what Propeller is doing, what I can bring to the table, the product road map and the rest of the team. We are going to change the way colleges and universities think about how they provide access to computing resources for their students.”

About Propeller
As education IT veterans, our founders want all students to thrive beyond the bounds of a traditional campus and the confines of limited resources. We believe that technology should never get in the way of a school’s or a student’s ability to grow and engage with the world. With smart cloud computing, we saw an unmatched opportunity to help make better virtual learning possible for students on the devices they already have, freeing K-12 schools, community colleges, and universities from costly and burdensome software and hardware.

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