Richard Braden

Global Leader of Training
Honeywell International

Richard Braden leads the global training department for Honeywell International - Building Technology Solutions. Rich has led training departments in the financial services, online media, medical device, and pharmaceutical industries. In addition to his training operations experience, Rich has held leadership positions in sales and marketing in the pharmaceutical, PBM (Pharmacy Benefit Management), and specialty pharmacy industries. He serves on the board of directors for Minnesota Computers for Schools, and is an active volunteer in Crossroads Career Network, a faith-based leadership program for professionals in career transition and mentors graduate students at the University of Minnesota College of Education. 

Rich holds BS and MEd degrees from the University of Minnesota and an MBA from Northern Illinois University. He is certified in lean six sigma and human factors from Honeywell International. Rich and his family reside in Shoreview, MN. His favorite pastimes include camping and outdoor activities, watching movies, community service, hanging out with family and friends, and networking.

Allison Crone

Learning and Development

Allison Crone is a Lead Learning and Development Specialist supporting Consulting Technology across three U.S. Delivery Centers. Allison specializes in developing, implementing, and managing new programs (both internal and customer facing). Allison partners with the business to develop and execute annual learning plans. She also manages the campus and intern onboarding programs along with bringing external and internal learning opportunities to the U.S. Delivery Centers. Prior to Deloitte, Allison worked for a large telecommunication company for 10.5 years in a variety of roles from leadership, program management, retail, operations, and enterprise program management.

TC Doyle

Senior Content Director of Channel Brands
Channel Futures

T.C. Doyle, is the Senior Content Director of Channel brands at Channel Futures, and is responsible for the editorial direction of channelfutures.com. A veteran technology writer, editor and video storyteller who has covered the IT industry for more than two decades, he was previously the Executive Editor at Channel Partners, and the Editor@Large with Cisco, where he traveled the world in search of stories that captured the social and technological transformations occurring in the economies of Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. A frequent speaker at IT industry events and trade shows, he resides in Park City, Utah.

Damon Garn

Technical Instructor and Co-Author

Damon Garn provides a wide variety of IT services, including system administration projects, documentation creation, IT training, and courseware creation. Damon has been a technical instructor since the late 1990s, delivering CompTIA, Microsoft, and Linux courses to thousands of students, both online and in-classroom. He includes real-world examples learned during his time as a consultant and network/systems administrator. Most of his years in the classroom were spent with New Horizons training centers, where he was recognized in 2013, 2014, and 2015 as one of the Top 25 Technical Instructors worldwide.

Damon is the co-author and SME for the “The Official CompTIA Linux+ Instructor and Student Guides (Exam XK0-004).” Insights gained over many years of presenting Linux material have helped to inform this book and provide depth and meaning. This book, developed by Logical Operations for CompTIA, will be a very strong tool for instructors when delivering CompTIA Linux+ training. Damon has worked with industry leader Learn On Demand Systems to create Linux and security IT Pro Challenges. These unique hands-on opportunities allow students to validate their knowledge and prepare for certification exams. Damon combines humor and a dose of reality to keep students engaged. A fun, casual atmosphere combined with clear, reality-based delivery gives most adults the best chance to learn.

Tim Herbert

Senior Vice President of Research and Market Intelligence

Tim Herbert serves as senior vice president of research and market intelligence for The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). Under his leadership, CompTIA publishes a wide range of reports, briefs, and data analysis to make sense of the ever-changing tech landscape. CompTIA’s Cyberstates report is recognized as the definitive guide to tech workforce trends, economic impact, innovation, and more.

Tim regularly pens articles for industry publications, presents at industry conferences, and in his 20+ years as a technology analyst, has been cited in numerous media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Wired Magazine and many others.

John Heyman

Director, Unisys University

John Heyman is responsible for operational management at Unisys University including the creation and deployment of content to Unisys employees. This includes management/maintenance oversight for Unisys University’s Percipio Learning portal, the learning management system utilized by Unisys. He manages both the vendor relationship as well as the team that supports the learning portal. He is also responsible for the third party content purchased by Unisys and the custom content Unisys University develops for its employees and he manages UU’s team of content developers. 

In addition to his LMS responsibilities, John also manages the certification prep programs offered by Unisys University to the employees at Unisys and works with his support teams to build learning programs designed to support preparation for certification exams. Other key responsibilities associated with this role include working with internal trainers to offer certification training when needed, partnering with certification vendors where appropriate and also to provide funding for and access to the certification exams upon completion of the training. Another important element of this role is to manage the external learning process used by Unisys to provide funding for all training not offered internally; the key element of this program is to maximize the funding available to employees who have to go outside the organization for the training needed to prepare for certification exams as well as for the exams themselves.

Prem Jadhwani

Chief Executive Officer & Founder
Intellectual Point

Prem Jadhwani is the CEO and President for Intellectual Point, a premier IT solutions and training provider, and trusted adviser to the federal government. He also serves as a CTO with a reputable federal contractor (Government Acquisitions Inc.), and is an award-winning IT Instructor and Practitioner. Prem's primary responsibilities include defining and delivering IT and workforce development and training solutions involving data center, networking, cyber security, data analytics, and emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Robotic Process Automation. 

Prem possesses 20+ years of experience working in the enterprise IT and has several advanced credentials including Security+, CySA+, Network+, CASP, CISSP, CISA, CEH, CCNP. He has spoken at numerous industry events in the last 10 years including industry events and tradeshows. Some of his previous speaking engagements inlcude the TribalNet Conference in Las Vegas in 2015 and 2016, Symantec Technical Symposium in Washington DC in 2015, the GAI FedFocus Event in Washington DC in 2015 and 2016, ISACA DC Chapter Symposium in 2015, and CompTIA Partner Summit in Texas in 2017.

Walt Jaqua

Information Technology Instructor / Adjunct Professor
South Bend Community School Corporation / Vincennes University

Walt Jaqua has actively participated in the corporate I.T. business field for over thirty-nine years with vast experience in managing, administering, servicing, and supporting a wide variety of information systems and networks. His instructional experience began in the early 1980’s while teaching repair classes on the original IBM PC to other technicians looking to advance their skills. Walt continued teaching technology to other technicians nationwide, in addition to his daily corporate duties, until 2009 when he left the business world to build the South Bend Community School Corporation’s Information Technology program from the ground up. 

Through his leadership, high school junior and senior students have had the opportunity to gain invaluable hands-on experience, earn college dual credits, obtain multiple industry recognized certifications, secure internships, and acquire part-time and full-time jobs. His alumni have entered directly into a career, attended post-secondary community college and university, and joined all branches of the military. Walt believes in lifelong learning and sets an example for his students by engaging in I.T. contract work during the summer, keeping his certifications current, and pursuing new certification paths for his students and himself.

Amy Kardel

Vice President, Strategic Workforce Relationships, Creating IT Futures

Amy Kardel Amy Kardel is well-versed in the founder and tech entrepreneur mindset after starting her first business in a dorm room and running an MSP for the last twenty years. She recently stepped into a new role as Vice President for Strategic Workforce Relationships at CompTIA where she recently served as Chairwoman of the Board.

She says she is so passionate about this issue because, “Through my work in California, across the US, Europe and Africa in large and small tech companies, I have seen the many challenges employers face in closing the skills gap for the tech workforce. There is a big opportunity to make a difference, diversify and grow the hiring pool for tech businesses and help people find meaningful work in tech. I am invested in moving the needle on this front.”

In addition to Amy’s experience in business, she has a strong commitment to service, helping to grow those around her, and encouraging them to reach their potential. She is a strong connector and relationship builder. She has brought these talents to bear nationally as a facilitator for the ConnectWise Evolve peer groups and as an advisory board member for Tampa-based software asa service company ConnectWise. She is a Leadership Fellow with the National Association of Corporate Directors.

A fourth generation California native, who grew up in Germany and Mexico when not in her hometown of San Luis Obispo, Amy values the natural beauty and lessons she has learned from adventures on land and sea through her international travels, and as a lifelong sailor and licensed captain. Amy likes to say she collects people and has a wide-ranging network around the world. She would like to think she has a friend, or friend of a friend, to meet for dinner anywhere on the map.

Amy volunteers her time close to home in San Luis Obispo, which was recently named the happiest city in America, for community advocacy with a focus on economic and youth development. She is a founding member of the Central California Angel Investment Conference. She is a leader in her local business community, serving with the Computer Science Industry Advisory Board at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Rotary and the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce.

She holds degrees from UC Berkeley, Washington University and the Monterey College of Law.Amy is married to Peter with four amazing children, as well as the international family she has built hosting thirteen international exchange students through Rotary and AFS.

You can connect with her online by email at akardel@comptia.org or on social media at:LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/amykardel/Twitter@amychicgeek

Sarah Krawlzik

Cyber Solutions Architect

Dr. Sarah Krawlzik brings more than a decade of experience in the application of methodologies and direction for cyber programs, which support Department of Defense (DoD) and U.S. Government personnel. She has progressive experience facilitating the analysis of operating practices and procedures designed to improve risk management planning, daily program operations, and program effectiveness for DoD organizations. In her current role with ICF, she provides thought leadership in Cyber and Critical Infrastructure to support corporate business development and strategic growth in the Enterprise Cyber Security & Resiliency division. Dr. Krawlzik also has extensive experience in the development and delivery of cyber education and training for the nation’s cyber forces. She led a 160+ person program team responsible for designing, developing and maintaining 30+ formal courses; building, securely operating and maintaining all networks that supported thousands of real-time students; and supporting all schoolhouse operations that delivered over 300,000 hours of training in 2018. Sarah has Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania, a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction from Northcentral University in Arizona.

Nicholas Lane

Nicholas Lane is an award-winning cybersecurity instructor and practitioner with 20 years of experience in the IT and security industries. He frequently travels to military bases to deliver advanced security certification courses - while also having trained the DoD, FBI Academy, United Nations, and many Fortune 500 organizations. Nicholas received EC-Council's prestigious "Instructor Circle of Excellence" award for being one of the top 5 EC-Council security instructors in North America, which was presented at the 2018 Hacker Halted conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Additionally, he was one of 10 hand-picked SMEs worldwide to serve on CompTIA's Network+ Advisory Committee as one of the co-designers of the current Network+ (N10-007) certification. 

Nicholas serves on CompTIA’s Instructor Network Advisory Committee which pools together the subject matter expertise of thousands of instructors worldwide for the furtherance of Information Technology. He holds CompTIA A+, Network+, Cloud+, Cloud Essentials Certifications in addition to many others.

Steve Linthicum

Deputy Sector Navigator and Professor
Rancho Santiago Community College District

Steve Linthicum accepted the role as Deputy Sector Navigator (ICT) for the Orange County Region in July of 2017 after retiring from his role as a tenured faculty member at Sierra College in Rocklin, California, in June 2017. Additionally, Steve's responsibilities include serving as a Co-Project Director for the Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Innovation Grant issued by the California Community College Chancellor's Office to Coastline Community College. Steve continues to support community college faculty in a variety of classes that focused on network administration, information assurance and security, and virtualization / cloud technologies. Steve has always been on the leading edge of technology, holding a variety of current industry certifications issued by major industry leaders like Microsoft, VMware, CompTIA, ISC2, EMC, and Citrix. The initial focus of Steve's DSN efforts has been revitalizing high school classes to insure they serve as a pipeline to college for students seeking high wage positions in the information technology field. Steve maintains a public blog where he provides input relative to his certifications.

Pamela McComas

Program Manager
General Dynamics Information Technology

Pamela McComas brings more than 15 years of experience in developing and leading cyber training and technology-based programs. Currently, she leads General Dynamics Information Technology’s (GDIT) Cyber Institute, which builds and delivers hands-on, scenario-based cyber training for the U.S. Department of Defense. Within GDIT, she also provides internal workforce development support by building training plans, and developing and delivering cyber training, exercises and assessments to ensure GDIT provides a qualified cyber workforce to its clients. Pamela led the CompTIA Hackathon and participated on a speaking panel at the CompTIA Partner Summer in 2018.

John McGlinchey

Executive Vice President, Global Certification

John McGlinchey is the Executive Vice President for Global Business Development, for CompTIA, the IT Industry Trade Association. CompTIA represents more than 12,000 member companies and registered users around the world; and is the world’s leading provider of vendor-neutral skills certifications for the global IT workforce. John is responsible for leading the global business development team in the promotion and sales of CompTIA certifications. This includes the development and delivery of partnership relationships as well as cooperating with the education and training communities across the world. 

With 25-plus years of commercial experience, the majority in the IT training and certification industry, John is a successful, dynamic, strategic and highly committed senior executive with a proven track record as a leader, directing sales staff in the consistent achievement of targets and performance metrics. Prior to taking on his current role with CompTIA in June 2013, John served as the organization’s Vice President for Europe and the Middle East, providing senior strategic direction, leadership, management and support to the EME team. He joined CompTIA in 2011 as regional sales director for the United Kingdom. Before joining CompTIA, John held executive sales positions with New Horizons, QA, GTG and Technical Training Ltd.

Lee McWhorter

IT Expert Generalist and Educator
Woz U - Education

Lee McWhorter is the Lead Author and Instructor for the Cyber Security program at Woz U (https://woz-u.com). Offering both online and campus-based programs, Woz U is revolutionizing how individuals are educated, trained, and prepared for technology careers. During his career, Lee has developed skills about Linux, networking, web development, scripting, and cybersecurity. Lee has also designed and taught programming, networking, and security courses for CompTIA, Tulane, ITT and Midwestern; as well as for CEU and certification level training firms. Lee has passed all 13 of CompTIA’s exam certifications and has been a regular CompTIA Instructor Network Train the Trainer participant and was the PenTest+ Train the Trainer lead instructor.

Hau Nguyen

Grossmont College

Hau Nguyen started his career in the software industry over 25 years ago. Over the past few decades, he has also worked at numerous companies and government agencies in the area of Cybersecurity, Networking, Big Data, and Unmanned Vehicles holding various positions in engineering and management. He has been teaching college courses for over 20 years in the areas such as Cybersecurity, Networking, Computer Science, and Management and Business Information Systems. Some of the recent courses that he has taught include: Intro to Cybersecurity, Network+, Security+, Intro to Python, Intro to Java, Intermediate C++, Advanced Data Structures in C++, Assembly Language/Machine Architecture, Principles of Information Systems, and Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Computing. Hau currently teaches at Grossmont College and San Diego State University.

Shaquille O'Neal

NBA Hall of Fame & 15-Time NBA All Star Player, Media Personality, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist

Join us for an intimate one-on-one conversation with NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal as we discuss his career, how he became an entrepreneur, and why he went back to school to get his doctorate in education. Shaq is a member of the NBA Hall of Fame, 15-Time NBA All Star player, media personality, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and holds a PhD in Education. 
Few individuals ever become iconic enough to be known by one name — Shaq. A revered cultural icon, Shaquille O’Neal is best known for an NBA career spanning nearly two decades and earning him the sport’s highest honors, including membership in the NBA Hall of Fame. The four-time NBA Champion, 15-time NBA All Star, and three-time NBA Finals MVP has been named one of the most influential athletes by Forbes Magazine, in addition to being the highest ranked NBA athlete on Nielsen’s State of the Media: Year in Sports 2010 and Business Week’s Power Sports 100. But Shaq isn’t only a legendary athlete; he has also established himself as a powerful media personality and businessman over the years. 
Ranked among ‘‘The 100 Most Creative People in Business’’ last year by FastCompany Magazine, Shaq is currently an NBA analyst on TNT’s Emmy-award winning show, Inside the NBA. In addition to being an early investor in companies such as Google, Shaq has managed an increasingly robust personal brand, which has included television shows, a shoe line, and social media/tech products. The first verified celebrity account on Twitter, Shaq announced his NBA retirement via Tout, a new social media app that allows users to tape 15-second video statuses. 
In May 2012, he also received his doctoral degree in education from Barry University in Miami Shores, FL. He compiled a cumulative grade point average of 3.8 while completing 54 credit hours at Barry, mostly through online courses and video conferencing over four years. Shaq’s doctoral project explored how business leaders use humor in the workplace.

Stephen Padilla

IT Instructor
DidacTechie Training & Education

Mr. Padilla spent the first 25 years of his adult life in the US Air Force as a 9S100 Scientific Applications Specialist, the career field nicknamed "The Enlisted Scientists" by the Air Force ISR Agency.  Performing such missions as worldwide Nuclear Treaty Monitoring and Measurement & Signature Intelligence provided him a breadth of experience, especially when working R&D missions.  One key component of his former military career is that the 9S100s provided for all their own IT needs, acting as network engineers, comm technicians, electronics/electrical technicians, system administrators, break-fix technicians, and help desk.  Not only did the 9S100s do all their own IT, but they did all their own plumbing, carpentry, and electrical work, all on top of operating and maintaining the sensor systems, analyzing the data from the sensor systems, and reporting the results to National Command Authorities.


Since leaving the Air Force, he has spent most of his time in education as a teacher and a substitute teacher, previously specializing in Physics and the other sciences, and has also worked as a contractor and as a freelance IT consultant for the State of Texas and in various retail operations.  To keep his skills sharp, he still does freelance work through Field Nation while teaching by contract and at local community colleges.  Most recently, he was contracted by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) Training Strategies Group to be on full-time retainer as a trainer and consultant.


He has an Associate of Applied Science degree in Scientific Analysis Technology, and a Bachelor of Applied Science in the same, plus a Master’s degree in an unrelated field.  In addition to academic degrees, he holds multiple certifications from CompTIA, Microsoft, and Cisco, and also is one of the first few hundred people in the world to hold the brand new Certified IoT Practitioner certification from CertNexus.


Mr. Padilla doesn't pretend to have all the answers, but he does know how to find out who to ask to get them!

Anthony Sequeira

Online Trainer
CBT Nuggets

Anthony Sequeira began his IT career in 1994 with IBM in Tampa, Florida. He quickly formed his own computer consultancy, Computer Solutions, and then discovered his true passion—teaching and writing about Microsoft, Cisco and anything CompTIA offers! He has lectured to massive audiences around the world while working for Mastering Computers. Anthony has never been happier in his career than he is now as a full-time trainer for CBT Nuggets. Anthony is an avid tennis player, a private pilot, a semi-professional poker player, and enjoys getting beaten up by women and children at the martial arts school he attends with his daughter.

James Stanger

Chief Technology Evangelist

Dr. James Stanger, PhD has consulted with corporations, governments and learning institutions worldwide about IT security, open source, and network administration for over 20 years. Organizations include the British Army, Northrop Grumman, IBM, Oracle, General Dynamics, West Point (U.S. Army), NTT Japan, Symantec, the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA), the US State Department, New Horizons, Dell, the United Arab Emirates Cultural Division, the Open University (UK), the US Navy, Mesei University and SoftBank. He is a respected authority in security, networking, and open source. His area of expertise includes security analytics, penetration testing, Linux and open source, network administration and monitoring, blockchain, and end point host support. James has provided consulting concerning the business of risk management, as well as network architecting. He has also created education programs and curricula worldwide and published dozens of articles, books, and blogs. His books have been translated into over a dozen languages. Currently, James is Chief Technology Evangelist at CompTIA, where he works with IT professionals, hiring managers and executives worldwide to identify critical skills, and help build CompTIA’s education programs. He lives and plays in the Puget Sound area of Washington State.

David Tan

Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder

David is Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of CrushBank. He built and then dismantled his first computer at the age of 12 and has been obsessed with technology ever since. He designed and built the very first version of CrushBank and his vision continues to shape the direction of the product today.

David has always been a hands-on technologist whose proficiencies in multiple disciplines range from application development to cognitive computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence. He has a passion for embracing new and emerging technologies and guiding companies through the changing world of the cognitive IT Support industry. Prior to CrushBank, he was the co-founder and CTO of CHIPS Technology Group, a 20+ year-old managed service provider in New York that has been regularly awarded with industry recognition.

Finding ways to help people work better and more efficiently has been a driving focus of David’s career and he continues to strive for ways to get the best results. “I don’t want to find a way to use technology to replace people,” he says, “I want to find a way to help people use technology to be better and happier.”

James E. Taylor

Information Systems Training
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina

James E. Taylor, PhD: A life-long learner with 20+ years in the training and organizational development profession; James is currently a Program Manager and Analyst for Information Systems Training, a division of BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina. He is an adjunct MBA and Graduate level professor for Southern New Hampshire University. His Doctorate is in Organization Management; and holds a Master’s in Leadership, and a Bachelor’s in Workforce Education. James served 20-years in the United States Air Force. Since retiring from the Air Force, he has worked, managed, and consulted in many areas of human resources, organizational learning, and leadership development with experience in information technology, healthcare, government, and non-profit organizations. James has achieved certifications as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). He also currently serves on the CompTIA Future IT Skills Committee.

Todd Thibodeaux

President and CEO

Todd Thibodeaux is the President and Chief Executive Officer of CompTIA, the leading non-profit trade association for the global technology industry. CompTIA represents more than 2,000 member companies and 3,000 business partners spanning the worldwide technology industry. Since joining the organization in 2008, Todd has led the expansion of CompTIA’s commitment to advancing industry growth through education and training programs, market intelligence and research, networking events, professional certifications, and public advocacy. Todd is a frequent commentator and source quoted in news coverage of the technology industry, including the Associated Press, Bloomberg News, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and USA Today. He also contributed written columns to a variety of business and industry publications, including CIO and InformationWeek Dark Reading. 

Before joining CompTIA in July 2008, Todd spent more than 17 years with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), where he served in a wide range of roles culminating as its senior vice president of industry relations. Todd is a life-long IT and tech enthusiast dating back to his very early years. The son of an electrical and mechanical engineer, his love of technology continues to this day and he has infused CompTIA with a renewed sense of enthusiasm for the industry the organization represents. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Bachelor of Science, economics, 1988) and George Mason University (Master’s degree in economics, 1997).

Jill West

GNTC/MJ West Enterprises, Inc.

Jill West, co-author of Network+ Guide to Networks and instructor at Georgia Northwestern Technical College, brings a unique cross-section of experience in business, writing, and education to the development of innovative educational materials. She has taught K thru college using a flipped classroom approach, distance learning, hybrid teaching, and educational counseling. She regularly presents at state and national conferences and international webinars on CompTIA certifications for students and train-the-trainer sessions for instructors. She’s also a member of the inaugural cohort of Faculty Ambassadors for AWS Educate. Jill and her husband Mike live in northwest Georgia with their four children.

Erica Woods

Manager, IT Contractor Programs & STEM Partnerships
Apex Systems

Erica Woods is the Manager of IT Contractor Programs and Philanthropy at Apex Systems. Her focus is on overseeing programs, teams, communication channels, and other resources that support their national IT Contractor Community of 15,000+. Erica also oversees corporate philanthropy efforts and STEM/Tech4Good programs. She has 14+ years of experience in the IT staffing world and an MBA from Loyola University. She delivers Career Development webcasts and writes articles for Apex and the MSSQLTips.com online technical community, speaks at tech community conferences such as BA World/PM Summit, PMI PDD events, Code Camps and SQL Saturdays, and is an active volunteer with STEM programs that include Year Up and Suncoast Guild (coding school). Erica is also a Co-Organizer for the Tampa Tech4Good group, a TechSoup group that brings together technical folks looking for skills-based volunteering opportunities with nonprofits in need of technology help, guidance, or troubleshooting.

Scott Young

President/Exec Director

Scott Young is the President of  SynED  and Interim Director of the California  Cyberhub . He has provided results-based technology and operational solutions to the public and private sectors for more than 25 years. He has worked with colleges at all levels, and with Fortune 100 companies.   

His most recent work has been with the California Community College system and its Doing What MATTERS for Jobs and the Economy Initiative, which aims to make community colleges a catalyst for job creation across the state and close the ever-widening skills gaps across multiple sectors. This work lead to the formation of the California  Cyberhub , which serves as a resource for the many partners working to create educational pathways to meet the demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals.  

Scott has also been a leader in  SynED’s  digital badge and compression planning initiatives. He has more than 15 years of experience in workforce development and helping companies create competency-based curriculum and assessment programs. He holds a B.S. in Art History, Criticism, and Conservation from the University of Utah and previously served in COO and VP of Corporate Services roles in the private sector.