Claudine Caro, residing in Durham, NC, is the Change Management Lead and Sr. Instructional Designer at Teleflex Medical. A proud recipient of the CPTD from ATD and a past president of the ATD RTA Chapter, she's deeply rooted in the world of professional development. With a Master's in Education from Capella University, she's an expert in online learning design. Her 2020 ProSci certification further cements her change management prowess. Passionate about connecting people and ideas, Claudine's mission revolves around fostering positive learning experiences. A lifelong learner, she loves traveling and collecting new passport stamps.
Justin Case has a passion for inspiring individuals to learn new behaviors and apply them in the real world. He is a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD), SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP), Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, and has earned master’s degrees in counseling and human resources. Justin started his career as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) providing therapy to youth and their families prior to transitioning into the field of training and development. With over 12 years of experience as a trainer, he has led training teams at UNC Charlotte, UNC Chapel Hill, and Duke Primary Care to support a wide variety of specialty areas including finance, human resources, and health care. He now serves as an Associate Training & Solutions Director for IQVIA where he designs training strategies to support health care professionals participating in clinical trials.
Tolise Dailey, CRA, is the Director of Training and Education Development at Duke University School of Medicine, and a NCURA Distinguished Educator. Her training career background includes: Johns Hopkins University, University of Colorado Boulder, Georgetown University and The Johns Hopkins Hospital. She serves on the NCURA Board of Directors, co-editor of the NCURA Magazine "Training Tips" column, and a traveling workshop faculty member for the NCURA Level II: Sponsored Projects Administration. Tolise is currently serving as Co-Lead of the Federal Demonstration Partnership, Communication Workgroup and Vice Chair of the Research Administrators Certification Council Item Review Committee.
Diane Sandoval Eytcheson
Diane Sandoval Eytcheson is the Director of Business Development for Tailored Programs and Global Operations for Duke Executive Education at the Fuqua School of Business. She has 12 years experience recruiting senior executives for degreed programs and collaborating on the development and delivery of non-degreed professional development programs. Prior to higher education she was a Human Resources Manager for a Fortune 500 company where she applied her skills in facilitating training, legal compliance, and negotiations. Between these careers she took time away from work to raise her children. In 2021, she chose to seek formal education that would support her current roles by pursuing the M.Ed. in Training and Development at NC State and is looking forward to graduating in May 2024. Diane enjoys public speaking and bringing valuable learning experiences that meet and exceed clients needs. Diane received her Bachelors in Science Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management from California State University, Fresno.
Sean McGinty is a Learning & Development professional with over 20 years of experience in design, development, facilitation, and evaluation of corporate Learning & Development programs with a full understanding of learning theories and international trends, while also holding ATD CPTD (Certified Professional in Talent Development) and MCCT (Modern Classroom Certified Trainer) certifications.
Always striving for innovation, Sean has helped guide companies as they modernize their learning departments, by evolving from purely instructor-led training to blended learning environments and the implementation of Learning Technology Stacks. Throughout the years' Sean has spoken all over the US at conferences, local events, and podcasts on L&D topics. Sean also sits on the following boards and committees: - VP of Program Logistics for ATD RTA - Conference Planning Committee for ATD Carolina - Advisory Committee Member on Cybersecurity for Executive Education University of South Florida Muma College of Business In his free time, Sean is an avid homebrewer and hiker.
My name is Joe Martin. Before entering into the L&D field, I taught in the public school systems for 10 years. I primarily taught high school special education but also spent time teaching social studies. The decision to shift careers from public education to Learning and Development stemmed from my desire to grow as a professional educator and increase my income. I returned to school to complete my Master's at NCSU in the Training and Development grad program. I now work full time as an Instructional Designer for a company called SCS Global Services. I am eager to share my initial experiences with anyone who is curious, especially other public educators who are interested in entering into the field.
Important Event Location Information:
2310 Stinson Drive, Raleigh, NC 27695 Poe Hall, first floor, Room 106
Free Parking: starting at 5:00 pm, use parking lot in front of SAS Hall;
Instructions for attendees: use the SAS Hall address to navigate to the parking lot (SAS Hall address is 2311 Stinson Drive, Raleigh, NC 27695). Park in the parking lot right across from Poe Hall, at the intersection of Stinson Drive and Boney Drive. Go up the steps near the SAS Hall parking lot and go across Stinson Drive to enter Poe Hall.
Directions: Enter Poe Hall from the front door, go down the steps to the left, go down the hallway to the right to room 106.