Paul Zane Pilzer, the founder of national STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) after-school enrichment franchise Zaniac, will be featured on Big Pitch Radio Show July 12 at 3 p.m. ET in an interview discussing the success of his growing franchise. Pilzer will discuss the various programs offered at Zaniac, as well as the impetus behind starting the STEM education franchise after years of other business successes.
“I’m excited to educate more people about Zaniac and our brand, as well as share the importance of K–8 supplemental STEM education,” said Pilzer. “What we’re doing at Zaniac is crucial when it comes to creating innovative thinkers and successful lifelong learners.” Big Pitch Radio is a national business-focused radio show hosted by former Shark Tank panelist Kevin Harrington, entrepreneur Jason Garey and business coach Marla Tabaka. Pilzer’s interview will air July 12, 2016 at 3 p.m. ET at bigpitchradio.com.
Pilzer is a college professor, economist, social entrepreneur and best-selling author. He served as an appointed economic advisor in two White House administrations and has started or taken public six companies in healthcare and K–12 education.
His latest entrepreneurial venture, Zaniac, is a national STEM education franchise that focuses on peer-based learning through programs that get kids excited about math and science while preparing them for 21st century jobs. With two locations in the state, popular programs include Zaniac Robotics: LEGO®, Game-Based Learning: Minecraft™, 3D Printing, App Creation, Fashion Design and Computer Programming. The bright, colorful campuses features glass-walled classrooms with white boards and large multimedia screens as well as a variety of tools to engage students in real-world applications of STEM subjects.