Erik Krajnikovich is the vice president of learning platform innovation and general manager of LawHub at the Law School Admission Council. He is responsible for the platform that delivers Official LSAT Prep and LSAT-Flex as well as for exploring new growth opportunities that can increase LSAC’s ability to support candidates throughout their law school enrollment journeys. In addition, Krajnikovich has played a key role in developing fast-paced agile processes and culture at LSAC. Prior to joining LSAC, he was the second employee at Upward Health, a health care startup focused on delivering care to the most vulnerable patients with a specialty in social determinants of health. During this time, he helped coordinate an early acquisition of Nalari Health, a virtual care company based in Rhode Island. As vice president of technology at Upward Health, Krajnikovich developed innovative solutions in support of the care teams by establishing a comprehensive care coordination solution including integration of Athena EMR, Salesforce Health Cloud, and regional Health Information Exchanges. Before Upward Health, he worked primarily in the clinical trial space where he took a lead role in the organizational redesign at ePharmaSolutions as director of engineering. Earlier in his career, he led the design and rollout of one of the leading clinical imaging platforms as well as the coordination of product merger activities at BioClinica. Krajnikovich earned his bachelor of science degree in computer science from Drexel University and was trained as a certified scrum master by Kiran Thakkar, one of the early pioneers in corporate agile adoption. He sits on the governing body as a board member at Vitality Hospice.