Where passion fuels learning innovation
September 18 – 19, 2017 / Boston, MA
Alessio Artuffo - Chief Revenue Officer, Docebo
Originally from Italy, Alessio Artuffo lives and works in Toronto in Docebo’s Canadian office. Alessio launched Docebo North America’s operations in 2013 in Athens, Georgia. As Chief Revenue Officer he is currently responsible for the company’s revenues, services and customer success teams. Prior to his current role, Alessio led the Docebo International Sales and Channel organizations, and was previously the US Country Manager at another learning technology provider.
Since early 2000, Alessio has supported high-performing teams at some of the largest Fortune 500 companies worldwide in designing and implementing highly complex online learning solutions. Alessio’s main areas of expertise include modern growth approaches for highly performing SaaS businesses, and helping European companies succeed in the North American market.
Oliver Barber - Director of Sales for EMEA, Docebo
Oliver Barber is the Director of Sales for EMEA at Docebo. For the last 20 years Oliver has worked in a sales capacity for a range of companies in the digital learning space. Oliver loves the way technology continues to drive innovation in this industry forward and relishes the opportunities that growing a successful and truly international sales team bring. Oliver lives in Italy with his young family and does not miss the English climate at all.
Evan Behiel - Manager, Training and Development, Cineplex
Evan has spent the last 2 years leading instructional design and managing the LMS at Cineplex. During this time Cineplex has made incremental improvements to their learning strategy from design approach to implementing Docebo as an LMS. Prior to this Evan spent 8 years as a Training Consultant for Cineplex.
In this role Evan focused on facilitating and developing internal strength on various levels throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Evan was also the recipient of the internal prestigious Epic award, recognized for demonstrating strong corporate values.
Andrea Biraghi - Head of Design, Docebo
Andrea is the Head of Design for Docebo. As one of the first employees to join the Docebo team in 2005, he has worked in a range of roles including Multimedia Design, UI, and UX. Currently, Andrea leads the Docebo design team’s efforts to continuously improve the product interface, while collaborating with the product leadership team to deliver an exceptional overall product experience. Andrea channels his passion for developing engaging, seamless user experiences into all of his work on the Docebo platform.
Massimo Canonico - Head of Solutions Engineering, Docebo
Massimo is the Head of Solutions Engineering with Docebo and has been working in the L&D space since 2010. Massimo’s experience in content development and LMS implementation and administration has given him the expertise to provide clients simple solutions to complex problems. Massimo enjoys Pina Coladas and getting caught in the rain.
Robin Chase - Co Founder & Former CEO, Zipcar; Co Founder, Veniam
Robin Chase is a transportation entrepreneur. She is co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar, the largest carsharing company in the world; as well as co-founder and board member of Veniam, a vehicle communications company building the networking fabric for the Internet of Moving Things. Her recent book is Peers Inc: How People and Platforms are Inventing the Collaborative Economy and Reinventing Capitalism. Her current passion is working with cities to maximize the transformation possible with the introduction of self driving cars.
She sits on the Boards of Veniam, the World Resources Institute, and Tucows, and serves on the USDOT’s Advisory Committee on Automated Transportation, the Dutch multinational DSM’s Sustainability Advisory Board, as well as advisor to the French National Digital Agency. In the past, she served on the board of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, the National Advisory Council for Innovation & Entrepreneurship for the US Department of Commerce, the Intelligent Transportations Systems Program Advisory Committee for the US Department of Transportation, the OECD’s International Transport Forum Advisory Board, the Massachusetts Governor’s Transportation Transition Working Group, and Boston Mayor’s Wireless Task Force.
Robin lectures widely, has been frequently featured in the major media, and has received many awards in the areas of innovation, design, and environment, including Time 100 Most Influential People, Fast Company Fast 50 Innovators, and BusinessWeek Top 10 Designers. Robin graduated from Wellesley College and MIT’s Sloan School of Management, was a Harvard University Loeb Fellow, and received an honorary Doctorate of Design from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Zach Chertok - Research Analyst - Human Capital Management, Aberdeen Group
Zach has experience as an analyst across the tech sector with a base in analytics and human capital management. His skills extend to business development, market research and analysis for the technology market and private equity, political analysis, and business plan development for startups and strategy realignment.
Lee Collier - Sr. Account Executive, Docebo
As a Sr. Account Executive at Docebo, Lee helps training and development professionals discover and evaluate software and service offerings that best fit the audiences and organizations they serve. Lee is passionate about the role technology can play in enabling and inspiring the professional growth of individuals and teams. Lee enjoys family time with his wife (an L&D Director) and three children. On weekends, you’re most likely to find the Collier family strolling through a local festival or relaxing at the lake!
Charles DeNault - Sr. Analyst Learning and Talent Management, Wainhouse Research
A Wainhouse Research Senior Analyst, Charles covers Talent Management and how organizations can best utilize talent and learning solutions, exploring how these platforms can improve employee performance and engagement, and how they intersect with collaboration and communications technologies. He co-leads the WR Learning, Talent and Education (LTE) subscription and contributes to our educational market studies.
At leading industry events such as the CLO Symposium, Workforce Live, and HR Tech Europe, Charles has spoken on a variety of topics including employee engagement, coaching and development, learning program evaluation, and social learning. Several of his articles have been published in CLO Magazine, Inside Learning Technologies, HR Grapevine, and HR Zone, as well as on vendor websites.
Prior to joining Wainhouse Research, Charles defined and launched solutions for learning, talent management, and collaboration at SuccessFactors, Saba, WebEx, and Apple. Charles has a B.S. in Mathematical and Computational Sciences and an M.S. in Operations Research from Stanford University.
Nicole Dudley - Learning Management System Administrator, Jackson Family Wines
Throughout her entire life, Nicole Dudley has been involved in some form of education. Her experience ranges from teaching within classroom and business settings, to developing learning management systems for a graduate school and for her current employer Jackson Family Wines. Her work experience combined with taking online courses while attending Sonoma State University has provided her with a unique outlook that allows her to create an online learning environment from the perspective of both the student and educator. Today she is considered the mastermind behind Academy of the Vine, a platform that currently serves over 3,000 (and growing) external users.
Keith M. Eigel, PhD - Founder, The Leaders Lyceum
Keith M. Eigel, PhD is the founder of The Leaders Lyceum, an organization dedicated to leveraging experiences to accelerate the leaderʼs journey to sustained effectiveness. He is also co-author of The Map: Your Path to Effectiveness in Leadership, Life, and Legacy.
Over the last twenty years, Keith and his team have honed a developmental curriculum that extends and leverages over sixty years research to measurably advance the maturity with executive and next generation leaders—the single best predictor of a leader’s effectiveness.
Keith received his Masters and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Georgia. He and his wife Leigh live in Atlanta and have four children.
Claudio Erba - CEO and Board Member, Docebo
Described as a “revolutionary entrepreneur,” Docebo’s CEO Claudio Erba regularly appears on thought leadership and “movers and shakers” lists in the learning technology industry.
From 2001 to 2005, Claudio lectured at the University of Florence, before founding Docebo in Milan in 2005. He has spent the last twelve years developing Docebo into a global company that today has offices on three continents and partners worldwide, serving more than 1,200 clients in 80 countries.
Claudio is passionate about Roman history, mountain biking, and the singularity.
Ben Eubanks - Principal Analyst, Lighthouse Research & Advisory
He has authored dozens of reports, eBooks, and more than one thousand articles, maintains upstartHR, a blog that has touched the lives of more than 750,000 business leaders since its inception, and hosts “We’re Only Human,” a podcast that examines the intersection of people and technology in the workplace.
Previously the HR Director for an Inc. 500-ranked global technology startup, he currently operates Lighthouse Research & Advisory, a human capital research and advisory services firm. He works with HR, talent, and learning leaders across the globe to solve their most pressing business challenges with a research-based perspective tempered by practical, hands-on experience. His research focuses on cutting edge practices in talent and learning technology, strategy, and innovation.
Most importantly, he has four children, a wonderful wife of ten years, and a preference for running in a variety of outlandish races for fun.
Jennifer Ghidiu - Regional Director, Big Picture Learning
Jennifer Ghidiu was quite nearly a high school dropout, and her post-secondary track was non-traditional. After narrowly graduating high school in Central New York, Jennifer went on to drop out of college and to travel across the U.S. After studying ASL in community college, she returned for her undergrad at the University of Washington. Through programs at UW, she began to do volunteer tutoring with various at-risk youth organizations around Seattle, and discovered her passion for education. She then joined Teach for America and began teaching in Camden, NJ, where she was a founding advisor with Big Picture’s MetEast High School. She’s a proud advisor of the first graduating class from MetEast.
From there, she went on to various design and leadership roles through Big Picture Philadelphia, most notably being part of the founding and leadership team of el Centro de Estudiantes re-engagement high school. In 2012, Jennifer moved to Rochester, NY, and began regional work, coordinating programs across Central New York, providing trainings and professional development for schools and districts across the state.
Jennifer has done consulting, training, research and writing work for Big Picture Learning since 2006, and continues to coordinate data collection, resource development, school design work, and a regional critical friends group. A non-traditional student, Jennifer believes that systems should be built around students instead of vice-versa. Her current areas of focus include change management, community-building and examining how schools can create learning experiences that support long-term life success.
Kristian Hoff - Global Product Training Manager, Snow Software
Kristian Hoff is a board member of the Swedish Learning Association and the Global Product Training Manager at Snow – a rapidly expanding software company with HQ in Stockholm. Through a dynamic environment, Hoff has established a global training team for the internal organization, customers, and partners at Snow. With over 20 years of experience with the Swedish Armed Forces, Hoff’s leadership background has allowed him to become an expert in learning, leadership and the support tools that enable training and educational material. Hoff has worked with several LMS platforms, and has established an interest in the 70-20-10 model and how it has encouraged new developments within the industry. Hoff is motivated by empowering individuals towards a common goal and elevating performance levels to create a successful organization.
Jennifer Hofmann - President, InSync Training
Jennifer Hofmann, mastermind behind virtual classroom best practices and blended learning pioneer, is Founder and President of InSync Training. Her entirely virtual consulting firm specializes in the design and delivery of engaging, innovative, and effective modern blended learning.
Under Jennifer’s expert leadership, Inc. 500|5000 named InSync Training the 10th Fastest Growing Education Company in the U.S. in 2013, the 20th Fastest Growing Education Company in 2014, and to their Inc. 5000 list for four consecutive years. Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network, Forbes Most Powerful Women Issue, The NativeAdVantage, and Goldman Sachs 10000 Small Businesses have all recognized her entrepreneurial drive.
Jennifer has written, and contributed to, a number of well-received and highly-regarded books including: The Synchronous Trainer’s Survival Guide: Facilitating Successful Live Online Courses, Meetings, and Events, Live and Online!: Tips, Techniques, and Ready to Use Activities for the Virtual Classroom, and Tailored Learning: Designing the Blend That Fits with Dr. Nanette Miner. In 2017, The Association for Talent Development (ATD) will release her book Blended Learning: What Works.
Charles Jennings - Co-Founder, 70:20:10 Institute
Charles is a leading thinker and practitioner the field of building high performance strategies and solutions. He has been working with the 70:20:10 model for more than 15 years and is known worldwide for his work in this area. Charles’ background includes roles as Chief Learning Officer for Reuters and Thomson Reuters, as an academic and business school professor, and as a member of advisory boards and steering groups for international learning, performance and business bodies around the world. He is Co-Founder of the 70:20:10 Institute and co-owner of Duntroon Consultants Ltd.
Jason Kolbenson - Training & Video Production Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Jason (Jay) Kolbenson leads a creative team for Chemical Analysis instruments focused on video production for education and marketing materials as well as instructional design and training development. Jay and his team are leveraged by businesses units within chemical analysis to provide new media and technologies to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. Our content development services include instructional design, eLearning, video and animation. Each business relies on the flexibility of our Docebo LMS to address their needs in their own unique ways.
Jay spent several years working in Information technology building a technical background while developing creative skills in the graphic arts, video and 3D animation. Today he applies those talents to turn knowledge into learning for his customers, commercial teams, and internal audiences.
Barry Kruse – VP, Global Head, Franklin Templeton Academy
Barry Kruse leads the Franklin Templeton Academy. This organization delivers sales and marketing training globally for Franklin Templeton Investments staff, and provides education externally as a value-added service to clients around the world. He is an award-winning innovator and recognized expert in distance learning and mass-scale, digital training delivery, with more than 25 years of experience in instructional technology and media.
Prior to joining Franklin Templeton, Barry was the architect of highly innovative learning delivery platforms and programs at The Hartford and at Thomson Reuters, serving hundreds-of-thousands of learners. He has worked in more than 40 countries and consulted in many industries including media, manufacturing, maritime, communications, and aerospace.
Mike Kunkle - VP, Sales Transformation Services
Mike Kunkle is a respected sales transformation architect and widely-recognized sales training and sales enablement expert.
Mike’s spent 22 years as a corporate leader or consultant, helping companies drive dramatic revenue growth through best-in-class learning strategies and his proven-effective sales transformation methodologies. Today, Mike is the VP, Sales Transformation Services for Digital Transformation Inc. (a division of Fast Lane Consulting & Education Services), consulting, writing, speaking, leading webinars, designing sales learning systems that get results, and guiding clients through all aspects of their sales transformation.
Paul Leavoy - Sr. Content Marketing Manager, Docebo
Paul Leavoy is the Senior Content Manager at Docebo and writes about the biggest themes in learning and development. A longstanding journalist with over a decade of experience writing on business, environment, and sustainability, Paul has been writing and developing content in the cloud software space for eight years.
Erica LeBlanc - Operations Development Manager, Clarivate Analytics
Erica is the Operations Development Manager for Clarivate Analytics, and is responsible for the Learning and Development software, platform and content for more than 4,000 Clarivate employees.
Prior to her role at Clarivate Analytics, Erica set the strategic direction of virtual learning, for the global sales team of IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters.
With seven years of learning and development experience, her work has always been focused on meeting the strategic needs of an organization. As an advocate of blended learning, Erica has led successful global implementations of learning management systems for multiple organizations.
Erica has a Masters of Business Administration, from The University of North Carolina, and received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration, from The George Washington University.
Erica currently resides in Arlington, Virginia and spends her free time enjoying outdoor sporting activities.
Donato Mangialardo - Director of Product Marketing, Docebo
Donato is a passionate product and marketing leader with over 15 years of international experience focused on the delivery of enterprise software solutions at companies in the US and Europe. Combined with his B2B cloud software expertise, Donato’s history as a learner, LMS administrator and marketer of LCMS and LMS solutions led to his current position at Docebo. Donato holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering and likes to spend his free time in learning about cooking, fishing and sailing.
David Mantica - CRO, Fast Lane US Training and Consulting
ASPE’s David Mantica is the CRO of Fast Lane US Training and Consulting. His career as a business leader in the training industry spans twenty-two years. As a specialist in business-to-business continuing education, David brings deep experience to roles in executive, product management, marketing and operations capacities. He has an impressive portfolio of goal-driven successes identifying market opportunities in the training sector and responding with training product development initiatives. He has led or conducted product management efforts around more than 300 training courses, delivered both as expert-led classroom programs and live online training delivered remotely. Courses developed by his firms have addressed skills gaps in a range of industries, including: the software development life cycle, many IT topics, telecommunications, finance, healthcare IT and marketing.
David’s primary professional expertise lies in his unique ability to understand the business drivers that underscore the need for technology skills and find a market niche for educational products which help professionals achieve competitive advantage with these skills. He also specializes in topics focusing on the alignment of business needs and technology resources, and building training solutions around it.
Corey Marcel - Director of Sales, Docebo
Corey is the Director of Sales for the rapidly growing e-learning company Docebo. Corey has many years of experience in helping clients discover software to transform their training and development. Being passionate about developing teams and the individuals that compose them made Docebo and the learning space a natural fit. Balancing work and an equally fast paced family life with two children under 3 years old keeps him busy and his Starbucks tab high. Corey is a proud alumnus of the University of Georgia.
Brittany McClain - Marketing Manager, OpenSesame
Brittany McClain has spent the last 5 years focused on all things content. Her journey began with evaluating and adding over 2,500 courses to the OpenSesame content marketplace. This paved the way for her most recent work with Fortune 500 organizations to align their goals and competencies with content from OpenSesame. She has applied her passion for people and clear communication to help organizations develop and apply scaleable content curation strategies.
Chris McRae - Sr. Director of Global Customer Success, Docebo
As the Sr. Director of Global Customer Success Chris and his teams ensure that each of our customers have a successful experience with Docebo. Chris brings over 15 years of experience in software delivery and professional services. Chris and his wife are expecting their first child in December and in his spare time he enjoys watching college football.
Joshua Miller - Director of Leadership & Talent Development / Executive Coaching at Quora
Joshua Miller is a creative leader and impactful executive coach. His career experience has spanned both the advertising world and the world of leadership and organizational development. In advertising, he was the creative lead, responsible for the campaign strategy for Fortune 100 brands. Today, he is an innovator, developing and supporting executive development and change management for many of the same companies.
His studies at Syracuse University, NYU and Stanford combined with his deep knowledge of organizational behavior, performance and change management focuses on the analysis, design, development, delivery and evaluation of scalable and global talent development solutions programs.
Joshua is a Master Certified Coach trained through the International Coaching Federation and CTI (The Coaches Training Institute).
James Moncarz - VP Global Partnerships & Channels, Docebo
James works out of Docebo’s Toronto office and leads Docebo’s Global Channel and Partner program, building partnerships with innovative and high performing companies in eLearning, HCM and cloud-based technology.
He has 12 years of business development and implementation experience in Human Capital Management, working in both start-up and corporate environments.
James holds a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University, and a Masters of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Technology from the University of Waterloo.
He speaks French and Spanish, has 3 energetic sons, plays guitar, and brews his own beer.
Treion Muller - VP, Digital Learning Solutions, TwentyEighty
As TwentyEighty’s VP of Digital Learning Solutions, Treion has the responsibility to assist all five of the companies business units with their unique digital needs and strategies. Before joining TwentyEighty, Treion worked at FranklinCovey for over eleven years where he served as FranklinCovey’s Chief eLearning Architect and Director of Digital Development.
During his time at FranklinCovey he helped develop and launch several successful products, ranging from traditional ILT to FranklinCovey’s LiveClicks webinars, bite-size self-paced courses, and reinforcement apps. Treion has a Masters degree in Instructional Design from Utah State University with an emphasis in Blended Learning. He is the co-author of, The Learning Explosion: 9 Rules to Ignite Your Virtual Classrooms and The Webinar Manifesto.
In addition to his business books he has also authored three parenting books. Originally from South Africa, Treion has lived in Utah for the past twenty years, where he spends most of his offline time with his talented wife and five children.
Dan Newman - Trainer, Datto
Dan Newman is the Learning Whisperer at Datto overseeing online learning offerings, delivering training throughout the organization, and running cultural initiatives.
As the owner of the Docebo-fueled Datto Academy, Dan works with instructional designers and systems engineers to ensure that the 800+ employees and 20,000+ users receive high-quality online learning with up-to-date content and seamless integration with Datto infrastructure.
Prior to Datto, Dan worked in Student Affairs at Suffolk University, Endicott College, and Simmons College as an Academic Coach and Residence Director.
Laura Overton - CEO, Towards Maturity
Laura Overton is Founder and CEO of Towards Maturity – an independent, not for profit organisation that helps people professionals deliver improved performance through learning innovation. Since 2003, over 5,800 people professionals have used the Towards Maturity Benchmark to help them establish an effective technology-enabled learning culture.
Towards Maturity also conducts research directly with learners in the workplace with the Towards Maturity Learning Landscape Audit – helping L&D teams understand how staff learn what they need for their jobs. To date, over 40,000 learners have been involved in this research.
Milka Randjelovic - Account Executive, Docebo
Milka is an Account Executive in our growing Toronto office. A seasoned sales professional with a history of working for some of the top software companies out there like BlackBerry and Citrix, she is an excellent translator of technology features into measurable ROI and real world examples. She prides herself on breaking down how software fits into daily life and is excited to bring her customer-obsessed focus to Docebo.
Fuelled by crazy amounts of pasta, she can frequently be found on the tennis court and loves to travel to the Caribbean – her favorite being Cuba with 13 visits to date.
Marcus Ritter - Interactive Solution Manager, Interlake
Marcus Ritter is an Interactive Solution Manager at Interlake in Germany. With 12 years of experience as a trainer in a variety of subjects, Ritter has turned his passion into a profession acquiring a great amount of experience within the E-Learning business. Ritter is constantly looking for different approaches to learning with strategic solutions. Ritter’s passion and expertise in the E-Learning industry has expanded his interest into HoloLens and looks forward to the opportunities with this new technology.
Andrew Shopsowitz - Director of Product Management, Ceridian
Andrew Shopsowitz is a Director of Product Management for the Dayforce HCM product and has been with Ceridian for 7 years. In his role, Andrew is responsible for Reporting & Data, Dayforce Learning, and the overall Dayforce Platform. He is also actively involved in release management, helping to ensure quality and consistency across releases.
Andrew has a degree in Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business at Western University, and currently resides in Toronto, Ontario.
Josh Squires - Chief Learning Officer, Docebo
Josh Squires currently serves as the Chief Learning Officer of Docebo EMEA. Josh has spent the past 15 years researching and implementing creative learning solutions within corporate and higher education environments.
With clients ranging from Motorola to Disney, he has been on the designing and implementing stage of a wide range of learning solutions with customers spanning the globe.
Josh has also taught Instructional Technology theory and tools as a consultant and faculty member for over eight years in both Corporate and Higher Education environments.
Shane Stearns - Director of Innovation, Mutual Mobile
Shane Stearns is Group Director of Mutual Mobile’s VR team. An accomplished strategist and consultant with more than a decade of experience, he has lead global clients in the creation of industry defining experiences with emerging technology. Shane has aided in the technological advancement of many Fortune 500 companies including Walmart, Nestle, Salesforce.com, and LEGO, across mobile, IoT, wearables, VR, and AR.
Lucille Tambellini - Product Manager, SEI eLearning
Lucille Tambellini is the Product Manager of online professional development training from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), a not-for-profit Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) at Carnegie Mellon University established by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).
Continually encouraging the application of new instructional methods and technologies to satisfy training needs, Lucille manages the development of online educational products which transition the work of the SEI’s recognized experts to the global software engineering community of practitioners.
Early in her career Lucille worked as a software product analyst at BNY Mellon and Management Science Associates designing management information systems to improve decision making and productivity. An after-work activity, teaching structured design methodology at a local university, redirected Lucille’s focus to the distance education industry. Since then it has been her passion to make complex subject matter accessible to learners regardless of their location.
Lucille holds an MBA and BS in business administration and management. She has 20+ combined years of experience in educational technology and product development. In addition to her role at the Software Engineering Institute, Lucille serves as an adjunct professor of business information systems at Duquesne University.
Marina Theodotou - Director of Professional Development, Computer Science Teachers Association
Marina Theodotou is a Learning & Development Executive focusing on the alignment of learning to business performance results. She leads Professional Development at the Computer Science Teachers Association anchored around offering K-12 Computer Science teachers unprecedented access to game-changing professional development through a partnership with Degreed.
Marina’s broad and global experience spanning three geographies ( Americas, EU and MENA), three verticals (financial services, management consulting, learning and development),and three sectors (corporate, government, non-profit/associations) serves as fodder for her current EdD research at USC Rossier and opportunity to connect the dots and address challenges in L&D from K to gray.
Marina is always contributing her L&D work with talks including the ATD Annual Conference and blogs such as the “CLO Tool Kit” in CLO magazine, TD magazine, Training Industry, and Docebo. Originally from Cyprus, Marina founded TEDxNicosia. She serves on the Hudson Mohawk ATD Chapter Board of Directors as VP of Membership and is a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow.
David Wentworth - Principal Learning Analyst, Brandon Hall Group
David Wentworth has been a senior research analyst in the human capital field since 2005, previously with the Institute for Corporate Productivity and joining Brandon Hall Group in early 2012. His focus has always been on emerging technologies, with a current concentration on social and mobile learning.
He has contributed to several reports published by ASTD, including authoring Mobile Learning: Learning in the Palm of Your Hand, The Rise of Social Media: Enhancing Collaboration and Productivity Across Generations, and Instructional Systems Design Today and in the Future.
His work has also appeared in Compensation & Benefits Review, T+D Magazine and CLO Magazine. David is also responsible for survey development and data analysis at Brandon Hall.