Enuma: We design accessible games and applications that help all children
learn independently

Kitkit School was created by a special project team of Enuma that has decades of collective experience in education, gaming, engineering, design, and international development.

About Enuma

In 2012, Enuma was cofounded in Berkeley, California by two world-class engineer and game designer parents whose inspiration was their son, who was born with special needs. Since then, the Enuma team has grown, with offices currently in Berkeley, Seoul and Beijing.


Enuma’s unique design approach, grounded on its mission to support struggling learners and those with special needs, merges instructional methods that cater to the diversity among learners with lessons from both the gaming industry and the education sector. We have built several award-winning and successful children’s applications.

Our flagship product, Todo Math, launched in 2014, and is the first comprehensive mobile math-learning application designed for children ages 3 – 8. It incorporates Universal Design for Learning principals and game elements that enable young learners to practice math independently and with confidence. The name “Todo” comes from the Spanish word that means “all,” which symbolizes Enuma’s commitment to all students.

Enuma Awards and Recognition for Todo Math:

  • 2016 Google Play Korea Best Apps of the Year, Family
  • 2016 SIIA CODiE Awards Finalist in Best PreK / Early Childhood Learning Solution and Best Educational App for a Mobile Device
  • Winner of a 2015 Parents’ Choice Gold Award
  • Best Design Award Winner at Launch Education & Kids Conference, 2013
  • Five-Star Quality Rated on Common Sense Media

Kitkit School Team and Partners

Made by the same team of dedicated professionals, Kitkit School is the tangible result of Enuma’s core commitment to deliver world-class learning solutions to every child in need. We entered the Global Learning XPRIZE competition under the team name “Todo School”. Below are select team members’ profiles.


Sooinn Lee
Creative Lead

Sooinn is the co-founder and CEO of Enuma. She is the visionary and designer of many award-winning and highly acclaimed children’s education applications such as Todo Math and Injini. Prior to co-founding Enuma, Sooinn was a Corporate Strategist and game designer at Korean-based game publisher NCSOFT.

Gunho Lee, PhD
Chief Engineer

Gunho is the co-founder and Chief Engineer of Enuma. He is responsible for the technical research and development for all the company’s education software, including Kitkit School. Gunho holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley. Prior to co-founding Enuma, Dr. Lee was at NCSOFT, where he was the lead server architect of Lineage II.

Ji-hyun Philippa Kim, PhD
Literacy Curriculum Specialist

With deep academic knowledge and teaching experience in languages and literature, along with her network with international development agencies, Ji-hyun leads the literacy curriculum development, working closely with our field testers and Kiswahili speaking contributors. Ji-hyun holds a Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures from Harvard University and has held teaching positions in universities and advisory positions for the World Knowledge Forum and the Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies.

Hye Kyung Lee, PhD
Math Curriculum Specialist

Hye Kyung has been Enuma’s consultant and joined Team Todo School to lead the math curriculum design and evaluation. Hyekyung holds a Ph.D. in Policy, Organization, Measurement & Evaluation from the University of California at Berkeley. She has worked at the Berkeley Evaluation and Assessment Research (BEAR) Center for an IES funded project called Special Education Learning Progressions in Mathematics.

Pam Vachatimanont
PM & Field Test Specialist

Pam oversees various aspects of Team Todo School, from project management, field test implementation, literacy curriculum design, to being external partner management. She brings her education and international development experience from working in developing countries with global organizations like UNESCO, UNICEF, and Sesame Workshop. Pam has a Master’s degree in international education from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education.

Eugine Chung

Eugine is the Chief Operations Officer of Enuma, where she oversees the business, finance, and operations of the company. Prior to joining Enuma, Eugine was the VP of Strategy & Learning at Education Pioneers. She was also a management consultant at McKinsey & Co. in San Francisco, Singapore, and Seoul. Eugine has an MA Ed & MBA from Stanford University.

This project was made possible thanks to Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)’s support.