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Training Industry Magazine Editorial Board

The following members of the Training Industry Magazine Editorial Board of Advisors, all learning leaders in their own organizations, work to ensure each issue of the magazine best serves the needs of training executives and other senior professionals:

  • Dr. Shawn Andrews, Senior Manager, Global Compliance and Training, Allergan
  • Derek Cunard, LPC, Chief People Officer, Pinnacle Automotive Hospitality Services 
  • Vince Eugenio, Ph.D., HCS, CCMC, Senior Leader, Talent Development, Boys and Girls Clubs of America
  • Carol Gajus, Ph.D., Director, Stores and Military Executive Development Programs, Macy's Corporate
  • Nancy Gustafson, Workforce Learning and Development Manager, American Red Cross
  • Lorna Hagen, Vice President, People Operations, OnDeck
  • Jeanette Harrison, Vice President, Enterprise Learning & Development, Pitney Bowes
  • John Hovell, Senior Manager, Learning Operations and Technology, BAE Systems
  • Kaliym Islam, Vice President, Depository Trust & Clearing Corp.
  • Barbara Jordan, Chief Learning Officer, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service
  • Karen Kocher, Chief Learning Officer, Cigna
  • Meredith Lubitz, Vice President, Talent Management, Dow Jones
  • Laura Moraros, Vice President, Sales Learning & Development, Yahoo!
  • Krys Moskal-Amdurer, Vice President, Pearson People Development, Pearson
  • Scott Neeley, Director, Customer Development Learning, Newell Rubbermaid
  • Scott Nutter, General Manager - Research, AQP & Development, Delta Air Lines
  • Steve Sitek, Head of Learning, Education & Communications, Ethics & Compliance, Novartis
  • Kee Meng Yeo, Director, Enterprise Talent Development, Amway

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  • Train for the Brain: What 25 Years of Brain Science Can Teach Us About Workplace Learning

    Over the last two and a half decades, we have advanced our understanding of the human brain further than we did in the previous 500 years. Thanks to new technologies,...

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  • Why Yesterday’s Skills Aren’t Enough to Survive Today’s Digital Transformation

    Organizations today are faced with a disruption that is nothing short of historic. Digital technologies have made their way into organizations and now impact every facet of organizational behavior, both...

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  • The Rise of the LearnBot

    When one hears the word “robot,” the reaction frequently is one of either concern or amusement – concern because of movies like “The Terminator” and “I, Robot,” where machines decide...

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  • Key Trends for 2016: Focusing on the Science of Learning to Better Engage the Adult Learner

    The expectations on leaders of training organizations to improve business performance requires them to understand how to create and deliver content that positively influences the learner’s behavior. Understanding how to...

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  • Using Technology to Amplify Leadership Development

    Leadership development is ubiquitous; U.S. companies alone spend billions every year on it. And it’s critical in the current business environment, where everyone is grappling with constant change. Learning...

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  • Leaving a Learning Legacy: Developing Pervasive & Perpetual Learning

    The corporate learning landscape continues to change and develop at light speed. Business demands and competitive pressures are forcing professionals to learn “in the moment.” Employees no longer wait for...

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  • How to Turn Highly Technical Content into an Engaging Learner Experience

    Imagine a typical course on a technical topic: Learners enter the room; sit for hours passively listening to an instructor slog through a slide-heavy, text-heavy, lecture-based course; then walk out...

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  • Video Bytes: Just-in-Time Sales Training

    As a trainer, it’s common to hear complaints like these from sales reps: “I don’t have time for training.” “By the time I get back to my territory, the information...

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  • Tracking Trends

    This is the time of year that our team at Training Industry reflects and takes inventory of the ideas that have impacted our industry over the past 12 months. This...

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  • Personalizing the User Experience in a World of Blur

    At a recent conference I attended, the opening speaker stated “We are living in a world of blur.”  I reflected on this statement and wondered to myself, how do we...


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