Coursera Stock

coursera.orgEducationFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $481.13MM

Coursera is a provider of education technology that partners with universities and companies to bring flexible, affordable, job-relevant online learning to individuals and organizations worldwide.

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Team

Management Team

Jeffrey Maggioncalda
Chief Executive Officer
Kim Caldbeck
Chief Marketing Officer
Shravan Goli
Chief Product Officer & Head of Consumer Revenue
Deanna Raineri Ph.D
Chief Academic Strategist
Andrew Ng Ph.D
Co-Founder & Co-Chairman
Daphne Koller Ph.D
Co-Founder & Co-Chairman

Board Members

John Doerr III
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Scott Sandell
New Enterprise Associates
Andrew Ng Ph.D
Daphne Koller Ph.D

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News

Coursera Plus is a membership that grants you access to hundreds of Coursera's online courses and programs. Here are a few of the best ones included.
Coursera, an edtech unicorn, will begin its life today as a public company after pricing its IPO at $33 per share yesterday evening. Using a simple share count, the company’s valuation comes to $4.30 billion, or $4.38 billion if its underwriters exercise their option to purchase shares at its…
Coursera says the COVID-19 pandemic 'sharply increased the need for online learning beginning in 2020.'