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Check out some of my work

Learning experience design at Aledade

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In the year I've been at Aledade, I've developed my skills not only as an eLearning developer but as an instructional designer. Partnering with our onboarding team and SMEs across multiple departments, I'm in the process of creating learning paths that cover all of the company's initiatives. So far, I've collaborated to create 20 microlearning courses that include associated job aids and app training videos (in addition to one-off projects and projects I advise on). Additionally, I'm helping to strategize the direction of our department as we grow and scale by contributing to our team's Standards and Governance, developing Standard Operating Procedures, and creating style guides for the learning team.  See my resume (or ask me!) for more detail.​

Tools Used: Articulate Rise, Canva, Vyond, Camtasia, Thought Industries LMS, SnagIt, Monday
Role: Learning Experience Design Specialist

ELearning Course: Tech stack 101

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This course was created for recruiters working in tech who need to understand the roles they are filling and learn essential and fundamental processes of the industry in order to conduct better candidate screenings. I was provided a 17-page script and created a course with 13 lessons, 7 instructional videos, 4 job aids, and custom graphics. 


Tools Used: Articulate Rise, Canva, Vyond
Role: Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer

Learning Experience Design at Cloudinary

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This highly technical course was created for the Cloudinary Partners Program in collaboration with psychometricians and technical SMEs. During the process of creating this course, I recruited and managed multiple teams of SMEs in various countries to write and revise course content. This course, designed alongside an advanced course, provided the background knowledge needed for partners to take a high-stakes, legally-defensible exam which I also project managed.

Tools Used: Articulate Rise, Canva, Camtasia, Descript, Caveon Scorpion, Monday 
Role: Senior Learning Experience Designer

ELearning Courses: national Geographic Society Onboarding 


I created 2 courses designed for new National  Geographic Society team members; one designed to communicate the strategic plan of the organization and the other to share the history of the Society. I collaborated with Human Resources as a contract worker, re-designing their current learning materials to ensure the newest ones met evolving priorities. This was the second contract I completed with NGS; the other was with the EDUlab, curating and creating an instructional sequence for educators.

Tools Used: Articulate Rise, Canva
Role: Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer

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Course: Avoiding Lifestyle Creep

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This project highlights my Storyline skills by having learners first define Lifestyle Creep, reading tips for avoiding it, and applying the tips to their own lives. There is a short quiz at the end.

Tools Used: Articulate Storyline 360
Role: Instructional Designer and Developer

Course: Empowering ourselves and our students



I began this project by researching issues teachers are facing with their students who had been home during the pandemic and created a solution for them to restructure their classrooms. The content is divided into three parts with knowledge checks. I provided the storyboard, slideshow, script, and voiceover.

Tools Used: Google Slides,, ClerisyPD LMS
Role: Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer

Course: Reimagining Virtual Discourse



Many workplaces now have some or all employees working from home and for some, this was an abrupt switch. Research shows that communication can falter unless team leaders have a concrete plan on how to approach discourse with their workers. This Rise course is divided into 3 sections, beginning with issues faced by WFH employees, how to use an asynchronous discussion app called Volley, and application activities for learners. I also created the instructional design document, storyboard, and course outline for this project.

Tools Used: Articulate Rise, Google Slides, Powerpoint
Role: Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer

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