Louise Rogers | Chief Executive Officer
Louise Rogers was appointed CEO of TSL in 2009 and is responsible for all aspects of strategy at the group. Louise joined TSL as Managing Director in 2005 and has been instrumental in leading the group on a transformative journey from its 100-year UK print heritage to a formidable digital business, with members in 197 countries and offices in Washington and New Delhi, as well as the London HQ. With fast-growing, global brands in both the school and higher education markets, Louise and her team have now developed the largest network of teachers in the world. This is the largest single-profession network in the English-speaking world, in the single largest profession in the world.
Previously, Louise ran the San Francisco consumer operations of CMP Information, publishing the US leading music enthusiast titles and digital platforms. Louise has 20 years’ experience in the specialist multimedia field. In her earlier career she was an award-winning journalist and publisher.
Bill Donoghue | Chief Operating Officer
Bill joined TSL in 2008 and, as Chief Operating Officer, is responsible for managing the company's revenue streams and operations globally. He is also responsible for the development and implementation of the company's digital strategy and personally leads TSL's digital premium product development and go-to-market proposition.
Bill has over 25 years experience in business with extensive executive experience. Before joining TSL, Bill was CEO of Ramesys where he spent six years and oversaw a transformation of the company into a leading player in the UK schools market. Prior to Ramesys, he had a number of executive roles including Head of IT at Tesco Ireland. He is a trustee of The Teacher Development Trust.
Matthew O’Sullivan | Finance Director
Matthew trained with Price Waterhouse in London and has over two decades experience in fast-growing businesses. For the last 20 years, he has worked in private equity-backed businesses. Matthew takes an active role in helping develop and implement the TSL strategy.