Hi Sarah! Thank you for sharing your venture. I like the idea of marrying a community knowledge-building method with online courses; I think the independence (and at times isolation) we feel from online learning is both a blessing and a curse—great to work at one’s own pace, but hard to connect with others. As far as I know, Coursera has something like this with peer-grading of assignments. As an investor, I’d like to know more about the workings of your program in comparison to your competitors: are the courses quality-controlled in any way? Can the skills and knowledge learned here be used elsewhere? In what format and size are they offered? Is there assessment? Do instructors upkeep their courses, or does your company? Do all users have to make courses on the site periodically, or is it just something they can do? Is there any particular return for those who wish to design courses in Triple L (like a discount on the cost) as opposed to, for example, starting a YouTube channel instead? This is where I see most of the competition coming from; free, user-generated content hosting platforms that naturally build up a community of learners. I liked that investors get lifetime access to the site, but wonder if this scales depending on the amount of investment. Finally, building on an already successful venture really speaks to your experience and credibility, a critical point of consideration for most investors. Thank you for your pitch!