FableVision recently celebrated our 20th anniversary of moving the world to a better place through meaningful storytelling, media, and technology. FableFriday is a monthly blog feature where we provide a closer look at our staff and the partners we collaborate with on award-winning projects on a daily basis.

The FableFriday series has evolved to represent the rich, fabled, pedagogical approach that FableVision brings to all of our collaborations. It’s a collection of accounts from innovative, engaged creatives all working together to create stories that matter and move.

As we continue on our 200-year-long mission, you'll continue to hear from our leadership team and some of our partners to learn about trends, gather inspiration, and hear our stories. You can also read FableFriday spotlights on all of our staff members on our Team page.

Chad Dorsey
The Concord Consortium

Game-based learning continues to change the edtech landscape by teaching middle and high school students about science and genetics. 

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Mia Doces
Committee for Children

Award-winning social-emotional learning curriculum is enriched and informed by this former educator's time in the classroom. 

Nick Maynard

The crossroads of gaming and financial literacy is changing the way we talk about how to manage our money—and prepare for the future.


Lori Cooney
Institute for Community Inclusion

Inclusive education ensures that children of all abilities learn 21st century skills to prepare for college and career readiness.

Christopher Spivey
Classroom, Inc.

Literacy, leadership, and workplace readiness skills all come together in learning games for students in high-needs communities. 

Jean Flanagan
Smithsonian Science Education Center

How animation is changing the landscape of professional development for science educators.


Suzi Wilczynski
Dig-It! Games

Digital learning resources meet archaeology—and the important role games play in the classroom in this tribute to Digital Learning Day.

Peter H. Reynolds

FableVision's founder shares the story of how it all began—and the secret to surviving and thriving for 20 years as a creative studio.

Gary Goldberger

FableVision's president brings a unique perspective to many of our projects, overseeing production and serving as executive creative director.


Paul Reynolds

Creative educator, award-winning author, and FableVision's CEO is a passionate advocator of life-long learning in and outside the classroom.

John Lechner

A believer in "stories that matter, stories that move," FableVision's co-founder is proud that our tagline remains at the core of what we create.