13 Aug 2019

Announcing the 30 Under 30 Class of 2019

The next generation of Learning Leaders is coming! CloserStill Media, producers of Learning 2019, are pleased to announce the selection of the 2019 30 Under 30 Learning Leaders. These learning colleagues will be featured and highly engaged at Learning 2019, the annual gathering of global learning leaders in Orlando, Florida from October 27th – 30th.



 

The goal of the 30 Under 30 @ Learning 2019 Program is to provide support, visibility, voice and development for the next generation of Learning Leaders. During Learning 2019 attendees will have the opportunity to interact with these rising leaders and to hear several 30 Under 30 perspectives.

The 30 Under 30 Participants @ Learning 2019:

Korbyn Behl, Expedia Group

Tyler Bernardy, Honda of America

Jasmine Bradley, Cox Communications/Pyramid Consulting

Jeremy Browder, Facebook

Judah Butler, Subway Headquarters

Alexa Cabal, KPMG

Porschetta Cody, U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Omar Cordero, Southwest Airlines University

Alexandria Crispino, Pricewaterhouse Coopers

Marissa Daher, The Home Depot

Janelle Delbello, Intuitive

Hannah Duffy, Conference of State Bank Supervisors

Lindsay Eckman, Capital One

Andraya Goodwin, PrimeLending

Miranda Greenberg, Slalom

Jace Gregory, Toyota Motor North America

Bailey Hamm, Southwest Airlines

Jane Hourigan, NovoEd

Deep Jethmalani, Ericsson Inc.

Ina Lazarescu, Canada School of Public Service (CSPS)

Beth Myers, C2 Technologies

Amanda Nguyen, Lendlease

Analyn Pelayre, Brightwave

Karah Piepkorn, Allianz Life

Nathan Roberto, IBM

Sravani Tammiraju, Visa

Marguerite Thibodeaux, Capital One

Megan Underwood, Practera

Deborah van Gasteren, STC Training & Consultancy (part of STC Group)

Ianitza Vassilev, Amazon

 

A few highlights from 30 Under 30 alumni:

The 30 under 30 program was such an awesome, inspiring experience which allowed me to meet many young people who are truly making a difference in their organization in their own unique way through learning.” 
Jessica Ostolaza-Puccio – Orlando Health, 30 Under 30 Class of 2015

“The 30 Under 30 program was integral in building the foundation of my L&D career. I am confident that I would not have had many of the opportunities I’ve been privileged to have if it weren’t for the 30U30 program. The group is always fun, engaged, motivated, and remains a part of my professional life, even after 7 years.”
Emily Hanson – Ally Financial, 30 Under 30 Class of 2010

“The 30 under 30 program provided me the incredible opportunity to build long lasting relationships with my peers and create a network where we can brainstorm L&D concepts, discuss trends and learn from each other. It's been a very rewarding experience.”
Meghan Castillo – Coca-Cola Beverages Florida, 30 Under 30 Class of 2018

“Being part of the 30 under 30 program was an amazing opportunity to connect with other young professionals in the learning field, and really opened my eyes to the variety of roles, industries, and career paths that exist within this field. It also had a positive impact on my career. After the program, teammates saw me as a go-to person for innovative training ideas, and was also given the opportunity to manage larger learning programs in my company.” – Danielle Volen – Verizon Media, 30 Under 30 Class of 2017

“Taking part in the 30 under 30 program was a great way to build a network of peers in the learning field and to take part in small group sessions with CLOs and other learning leaders. The connections I made during the program have proven to be an invaluable resource for my professional growth.”  – Andy Hyde, Boston Consulting Group, 30 Under 30 Class of 2018


Learn more about 30 Under 30 @ Learning 2019 at https://www.learning2019.com/learning-30-under-30


 
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