|eLearning Special Interest Group|
The eLearning SIG is where chapter members come together to learn about and share the latest thinking in leveraging technology to enable learning and performance. The eLearning SIG provides a safe haven to explore ideas and technology in an open, sharing environment. Meetings are held both in person and virtually to provide members the opportunity to gain proficiency and experience in various technologies and tools. We welcome members with all levels of expertise in eLearning and believe that we learn best when we learn together.
About the SIG Co-Chairs
Mark Cassetta firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark started his career in L&D as a Microsoft Certified Trainer. With specific expertise in eLearning, he has held roles as an instructional designer, project manager, training leader and business director. His industry experience includes the fields of technology, pharmaceuticals and financial services - including 11 years with Pfizer where he launched an internal “start-up” business within Pfizer’s Animal Health business unit focused on selling eLearning to veterinary professionals for CE credit.
Mark currently leads the learning function for RBC Capital Markets in the US. Mark has a B.A. in English from the University of Florida - Gainesville, and an M.A. in Instructional Technology & Media from Teachers College, Columbia University. He lives with his family in Manhattan.
Andrew Sellon email@example.com
Prior to starting his own business, Andrew was a key player on MetLife’s Learning & Development team for many years. His many accomplishments there included acting as primary author for their EasyPath documentation template process, and project managing the final phase of their enterprise-wide PeopleSoft LMS implementation—while also creating over 50 interactive simulations to train associates on the new system.
Andrew is also a professional actor, and offers voiceovers and narration as well as coaching and facilitation. He recently joined the volunteer talent pool for Learning Ally, an organization providing audiobooks to the visually impaired. He holds a B.A. cum laude in English and American Literature from Harvard College, and an MFA in Acting from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Recent film and TV appearances include Begin Again, The Smurfs, The Blacklist, The Mysteries of Laura, and HBO’s new comedy series, Divorce. He narrated the audiobook Black Sails, White Rabbits: Cancer Was the Easy Part, which is available on Audible.com and on Amazon.com.
Andrew lives in Westchester, NY with his husband, Tim.