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Happy you stopped by. I’m an instructional designer and trainer who relishes opportunities to develop and deliver learning that enhances individuals and organizations. Making the mundane interesting is a challenge I wholeheartedly embrace.

My extensive and diverse experiences as a nonprofit professional give me a unique approach to organizational effectiveness. Once issues are identified, it’s important to focus on the possibilities. There are always possibilities for change disguised as problems. I find the positives and work collaboratively to use them to improve performance and outcomes.

I recently completed the Master of Arts in Training and Development program at Roosevelt University. I am seeking a career opportunity that blends instructional design, training and organizational development.

Visit my LinkedIn profile to view my full resumé. You can also contact me via the comments section below to share information or discuss opportunities. I look forward to connecting and collaborating soon!


  • In-depth understanding of adult learning theories
  • Experience with the ADDIE approach to instructional design
  • Knowledge of organizational and design principles
  • CMS and LMS experience
  • Excellent writer


  • Creative thinker
  • High level of emotional intelligence
  • Unique ability to view training and education through strategic and operational lenses
  • Superb customer-centric perspective
  • Collaborative


Roosevelt University
Master of Arts in Training and Development
Instructional Design, 4.0 GPA

University of Illinois at Chicago
Jane Addams College of Social Work
Master of Social Work
Management and Policy

Northern Illinois University
Bachelor of Science
Child and Family Services


Certified Association Executive
ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership


No, my parents didn’t try to fancy up a name based on the famous gym shoes :-). My name is actually a shortened version of a lovely African name from the Yoruba tribe. Although my parents are American, they wanted me to have a name with meaning. I’ll tell you the full name and story if we ever meet!

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