Bill Anderson

Job TitlePresident

Company NamePearson’s global ELT activities.


Bill Anderson is the President of Pearson’s global ELT activities.

Bill graduated from the University of Edinburgh following post-graduate studies in 1983, and has worked in education, and specifically in ELT, ever since.

He began as a sales representative for a small ELT publisher based in Spain, and joined Pearson in 1996 to become Managing Director of the Pearson operating company in Spain. In 2003, he became the president of ELT for the EMEA region, taking on his current role in the middle of 2008.

In his current role, Bill is responsible for the global publishing activities of Pearson ELT, as well as the development of technology solutions for blended learning products for classroom use – MyEnglishLab – and supervising the deployment of sales and marketing strategies worldwide to support the teaching and learning of English as a foreign language.

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