2018 Emerging Training Leader Winners

Training magazine Announces the 25 Winners of Its 2018 Emerging Training Leaders Awards.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT: Lorri Freifeld

lorri@trainingmag.com

Minneapolis (September 4, 2018)Training magazine named the winners of its 2018 Emerging Training Leaders awards, recognizing 25 training professionals who inspired and engaged their organizations with exceptional leadership skills, business acumen, and innovation. The winners have been in the industry for two to 10 years and have demonstrated stellar leadership skills, business savvy, and training instincts. These professionals will be profiled in the January/February 2019 issue of Training magazine and online at www.trainingmag.com, and they will be honored at an awards ceremony on February 26, 2019, at Disney World’s Coronado Springs Resort during the Training 2019 Conference & Expo in Orlando, FL.

All Emerging Training Leader candidates had to be nominated by co-workers or industry peers. Training Editorial Advisory Board members and the editor-in-chief judged the nearly 50 nominations and chose the 25 winners based on the following factors:

  • Has been in the training industry for a minimum of two years but no more than 10 years
  • Took on at least one new responsibility in the last year
  • Successfully led a large-scale training/learning and development initiative within the last year that required management/leadership of a group of people and resulted in the achievement of a corporate strategic goal (with results provided for Kirkpatrick Levels 1-4)
  • Demonstrates specific leadership qualities
  • Has the potential to lead the Training or Learning & Development function at an organization in the next one to 10 years

The judges included:

Brent Bloom, VP, Service Operations & Training, Applied Materials

Cyndi Bruce, Executive Director, KPMG Business School – U.S.

Laura Byars, VP, Human Performance; Karen Hromco, Manager, Organizational Development; and Lauren Westerdale, Training Coordnator, Human Performance, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Tina Claure, Senior Learning Strategist, Booz Allen Hamilton

Jessie Cutler, Manager, Learning and Development, Jiffy Lube International, Inc.

Debra Dalmand, Director, Americas Learning, EY

Debra Fine, Vice President, Talent Management and Organizational Development, Capital BlueCross

Daniel J. Goepp and Candace Haynes, Managing Directors, Learning & Development, PwC

Vicente Gonzalez, Senior Director, Global Training, MAXIMUS

Quin Harward, Manager, Learning & Development, CHG Healthcare

Jim Harwood, former VP, University of Farmers, Farmers Insurance

Glenn Hughes, Senior Director, Learning & Development, KLA-Tencor

Graham Johnston, Talent Development - Best Practices & Innovation, Deloitte Services LP

Bruce I. Jones, Senior Programming Director, Disney Institute

Myra Pettis, Director, Educational Service, SCC Soft Computer

Robin Renschen, Director, Learning and Development, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.

Rae Tanner, Head, Learning & Development, University of Farmers, Farmers Insurance

Ross Tartell, Ph.D., former Manager, Learning & Development – North America, GE Capital Real Estate

Lou Tedrick, Vice President, Global Learning & Development, Verizon

Stacia Thompson, Director, Keller Williams University, Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

Lorri Freifeld, Editor-in-Chief, Training magazine

“The 2018 Emerging Training Leaders are leading lights at their organizations,” says Lorri Freifeld, editor-in-chief of Training magazine. “They shine brightly as they coach and empower direct reports, foster career development, collaborate, embrace change, innovate, and think out of the box to create and implement training that helps their organizations achieve strategic goals.”

Adds ETL Judge Ross Tartell: “I was impressed with the nominations. The Emerging Training Leaders showed a rare combination of strong emotional intelligence, strategic thinking, and understanding of how to use blended learning to maximize learning transfer and sustainability. They are an extraordinary group of professionals.”

Training magazine 2018 Emerging Training Leaders

2018 TOP 5 WINNERS

Amy Chapman

Principal Learning Specialist

PPD

 

Mark Crofton

Global Vice President of Sales Coaching

SAP

 

Laura Dannels

Director of Learning & Leadership Development

Kaiser Permanente

 

Jessica Manning

Senior Manager, Learning & Development

Paycor

 

Chad Sanderson

Managing Partner

Value Prime Solutions

 

2018 20 WINNERS

Michael Alexander   

Manager – Campus Based Training

ArcBest

 

Jess Bracht

Senior Facilitator

Oracle Inc.

 

Aaron Carter

Content Specialist

Arrow Electronics-ECS Division

 

Grace Clark

Senior Program Manager, Enterprise Leadership Development

Robert Half International

 

Varun Gupta

Manager-Eaton University, Projects/Learning Solutions

Eaton

 

Jamey Jenkins

E-Learning Developer

Avera Health

 

Reethu Joseph

Senior Analyst

Dell EMC Education Services

 

Kelli Klecan

Workforce Development Coordinator

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas

 

Carie Knox

PMO Manager/Lead Trainer

SE2

 

Stu Kotowski

Training Team Leader

United Shore

 

Michael Krist

Training Team Lead

United Shore

 

Jessica Lopez

Consultant

Dell EMC Education Services

 

Amy Martinez

Senior Technical Trainer

Medica

 

Christine Menard

VP, Learning and Development

OppenheimerFunds Inc.

 

Laureen Ranz

Director of Content Development

Vector Solutions

 

Debra Robinson Baker

Educator Consultant

King County Government

 

Justin Roscoe

Talent Development Partner

California Bank & Trust

 

Juan Ignacio Sarcone

TenarisUniversity Senior Manager

Tenaris

 

Naomi Showl

Asset-Light Trainer

ArcBest

 

Amber Westbrook

Manager, Learning Effectiveness

Buckman

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