by Team Frenalytics | January 6, 2022
New York-based cognitive therapy and personalized learning software Frenalytics was spotlighted by Boston College’s student newspaper The Heights in a wide-ranging feature story of CEO and co-founder Matt Giovanniello.
Matt Giovanniello, Boston College alumnus (CSOM ’18) and CEO and co-founder of Frenalytics, was interviewed by Erin Flaherty in the November 14, 2021 edition of The Heights. Established in 1919, The Heights is Boston College’s oldest student newspaper and publishes its editorially independent content on its website, BCHeights.com. The Heights serves the students, faculty, and staff of the Boston College community, as well as neighbors in Chestnut Hill, Newton, and the Allston-Brighton area.
“It was an honor to be recognized and commemorated by The Heights as an impactful founder-alum. Erin’s piece captured the essence of our company, our mission, our progress, and my ties back to BC perfectly. I’d like to give a big thanks Erin and The Heights team for taking the time to showcase our story,” shared Matt Giovanniello.
Among other topics, Erin’s interview with Matt covered the founding story of Frenalytics, the significant impact Boston College had on the company’s early growth, and the launch of FrenalyticsEDU to support an expansion to special education after Matt’s graduation in 2018. The full article can be found on The Heights’ website: Doing Well By Doing Good: Giovanniello Revamps Rehabilitation Methods With Frenalytics
In mid-December, Boston College’s Carroll School of Management also picked up the news, and senior content writer Jaclyn Jermyn shared an article in Carroll School News. The full story can be found on the Carroll School’s website: Matthew Giovanniello ’18 Uses Family Experience to Shape Future of Cognitive Rehabilitation
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