Pat Hoge

Chief Academic Officer at Hudson Global Scholars

Dr. Hoge is currently the Chief Academic Officer for Hudson Global Scholars and the Vice President of Education and Learning Innovation for Port Discovery Children’s Museum in Baltimore, MD. Previously, Dr. Hoge spent 12 years in leadership roles at Connections Education (Pearson Online and Blended Learning) as Chief Academic Officer and head of Curriculum and Instruction. In addition, she was the Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Catapult Learning (now FullBloom), and the Executive Director of Education at eSylvan, where she led a team that developed 25,000 online lessons in reading and mathematics. She also supervised reading and language arts curriculum for Baltimore County Public Schools and served as a speech-language pathologist within K-12 schools. She was recently awarded honors at the 2019 Zaentz Early Education Innovation Challenge at Harvard Graduate School of Education. In 2015, the United States Distance Learning Association - International Distance Learning Awards recognized Pat for Outstanding Leadership by an Individual in the Field of Distance Learning and for Best Practices in Distance Learning Program (Connections Education Professional Learning Model).

Dr. Hoge holds a  Ph.D. in K-12 Educational Leadership from Walden University School of Education, and Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Speech-Language Pathology from Towson State University. She serves on numerous boards and educational association committees, including the Towson University Board of Visitors and the Alliance for Virtual Learning where she recently led the development and implementation of the Alliance’s summer 2020 Virtual Teaching Academy for teachers and school leaders across the globe.


  • Chief Academic Officer

    Current role

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