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Master’s Week: Collaborate, Innovate, Elevate

Friday, July 7, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Shana Campbell, Program Manager, ATD

We are excited to announce a new way to collaborate, innovate, and elevate—ATD Master's Week!

This October, join us in the Washington, D.C., area for one of our Master Series programs—ATD Master Trainer, ATD Master Instructional Designer, ATD Master Performance Consultant, or ATD Expert Coach—and spend the week networking, learning, and challenging yourself!

This webcast will describe what to expect at this new event, who should attend, and the value of participating in a Master Series program in this type of setting.  

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Shana Campbell
Shana Campbell

Program Manager, ATD

Shana Campbell has a passion for helping people develop themselves–for their own benefit and the benefit of their organizations. Her expertise is grounded in how people like to work, and the best ways to engage to ensure progress. This has been most widely demonstrated in the opportunities to collaborate with peers over the last six years to create personal development plans and manage internal certification programs.

She has over 13 years of non-profit, training and development, and coaching experience in diverse environments, assisting staff and leadership tap into their knowledge for success. But what truly sets Shana apart is her energy, relatability, and insightful questioning that helps to create a supportive and open environment for learning.

Shana is currently a Sr. Project Manager in the Education department at the Association for Talent Development (ATD) formerly ASTD. Her primary responsibility is for the design, development and management of the ATD Master Series programs, along with facilitating for the internal Customer Advisor Certification and assisting in the design and development of new employee onboarding programs.

Shana has also had the opportunity to speak at various national conferences such as the American Society for Association Executives (ASAE) annual conference, ATD Annual Conference, Girl Be Great conference, and others on a variety of professional development topics. She also serves on the Professional Development Committee for ASAE.

Shana holds an MBA from the University of Maryland University College, and B.S. from West Virginia University.


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