Todd Litzsinger is the Former Chairman CEO and President of Follett Corporation. Todd recently led the divestiture of the three Follett business entities (Follet Higher Education Group, Follett School Solutions and Baker & Taylor), along with Follett Corporation. Todd also executed the historical archive legacy plans for the Follett Family and is working with other family members regarding on-going efforts with Loyola to continue Follett’s impact on education. Prior to his appointment in 2014, Todd served as President of Content Solutions and Services for Follett School Solutions. Since joining the Company in 1992, Todd has held a wide range of leadership positions, including President of Follett Library Resources, President of Follett Educational Services, President of BWI, and National Sales Director for Custom Academic Publishing Company (CAPCO), a joint venture with BMI Systems. Over the last several years, Todd has advanced the Company’s reputation with the prestigious Loyola Family Business of the Year Award and relationships in the preK-12 market through his development and sponsorship of Project Connect, a national group of district superintendents partnering with Follett to promote the importance of the library and media centers in today’s schools. Prior to Follett, he worked for Jostens, the school yearbook and ring company. Todd serves on the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management Board of Directors, as well as, the Reading Power Board, a charitable early literacy tutor program. Todd serves on the Brookings Institute Center for Universal Education Committee, as well as, Texas Christian Universities, Chancellors Advisory Board. Todd recently joined New Markets Venture Partners as a Senior Advisor to their Educational Fund. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas Christian University.