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Learning Innovation SIG

*NEW* Inspired by our popular Learning Labs, the Learning Innovation Special Interest Group is our newest SIG devoted to exploring the latest and greatest in learning innovation. Check back soon for more details!

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About the Learning Innovation SIG Co-Chairs:

Gabrielle Bayme

Gabrielle Bayme is a self-professed “learning addict” with a passion for discovering new and innovative ways to help people learn and develop on the job. She has a performing arts background and over 20 years’ experience as an instructional designer, trainer, facilitator, and coach. Gabrielle has implemented successful learning programs in both soft skills and technology skills in a wide range of contexts from schools and non-profits to the top financial services and consulting firms. She is currently a Senior Learning Experience Manager at RelX where she acts as an internal Learning Solutions Consultant and Learning Experience Designer, designing and implementing blended learning ecosystems for onboarding, performance, and leadership development. Her goal is to help organizations move away from traditional “one and done” training courses towards learning experiences that are continuous, learner-focused, and integrated with peoples’ day to day jobs.

Kate Gerasimova 

Kate, is an associate at gothamCulture and is passionate about aligning organizational culture with business strategy and finding creative solutions to today’s organizational development challenges. Kate embraces heading down to unknowns and partnering with clients who are being challenged with day to day complexities and politics. She has over 6 years of consulting experience, has been helping clients improve their business performance through strategy and organizational development, change management, and process improvement. Her interests include looking at how cultures, skillsets, backgrounds, different environments impact diversity of thought in organizations as well as how cognitive group outcomes become affected by biases and perceptions of inclusion. Kate holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with the concentration in consulting. She is a Russian-native, lived, studied and worked in Russia prior to moving to the U.S., and brings a diverse cultural experience to gothamCulture.  

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