Onboarding is a Dialogue Too

Onboarding is usually the first time someone is truly exposed to an organization. Hopefully, first on the training list are the values, mission and cultural expectations—these will set the foundation for employee conduct, collaboration and work expectations. Onboarding is also the first and best time to engage in dialogue and mutual learning. Curiosity about a […]

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Tonjala Eaton

Partner Tonjala has over 15 years of experience educating adult learners in both formal and informal settings as a community organizer, diversity trainer, facilitator and educator. She has designed student development curriculum, taught courses in career development and facilitated diversity trainings for corporate clients and colleges. Her focus areas include career & workforce development, education […]

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Meg Logue

Meg Logue

Marketing + Creative Support Coordinator meg@globallearningpartners.com Meg was introduced to Global Learning Partners in 2017 when she began working closely with Valerie Uccellani, GLP Senior Partner and Co-Owner. Over the years, Meg has become more and more involved with GLP’s consulting work, and she officially joined the GLP team in 2018 when she took on […]

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Rich Grogan

Rich Grogan

Rich joined Global Learning Partners in 2019 as a Board Member. Rich serves as the Executive Director of the Northern Border Regional Commission, a Federal-State partnership for economic and community development, which makes grants within the most distressed counties of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York. Rich has a wide-ranging professional background including banking, […]

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Alexandre Ciconello

Alexandre Ciconello

aciconello@internationalbudget.org Alexandre Ciconello works as Senior Program Officer at International Budget Partnership (IBP) and is based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Alexandre contributes to the Training, Technical Assistance & Networking team’s efforts to strengthen civil society organizations’ (CSOs) capacities to perform analysis of and advocacy on public budgets so they can hold governments accountable and […]

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Aideen Gilmore

Aideen Gilmore

agilmore@internationalbudget.org Aideen Gilmore joined IBP in February 2016 and is based in Washington, D.C.  As Senior Program Officer, Aideen contributes to the Training, Technical Assistance & Networking team’s efforts to build CSO capacity to perform analysis of and advocacy on public finance and fiscal justice issues.  Prior to joining IBP, Aideen was an independent consultant […]

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Yasmin Abou Zaanoonah

Yasmin Abou Zaanoonah

yazozaanoonah@yahoo.com Dr. Yasmin Abou Zaanoonah is a dentist by profession, an UNCTAD Certified Master Entrepreneurship Facilitator, certified life coach, owns two businesses and is the mother of four fabulous children who inspire her to grow, explore and learn every day. While working to grow the family business since 2006, starting her own business in 2014, […]

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Teryn Jones

Teryn Jones

Teryn has been involved with training animals for over 18 years. She has trained dogs, cats and horses. She has a diploma in Advanced Canine Behavioral Sciences and Feline Behavior Science and Technology. She is a certified pet dog trainer. For years she worked her dream job as a contract trainer for the ASPCA traveling […]

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Debbie Lesure

Debbie Lesure

debbie.lesure@gmail.com Debbie Lesure knew from an early age that she wanted to work in education. Her grandmother was a Principal Teacher, and Debbie spent many days “working” alongside her grandmother. Her diverse professional experiences include work as a teacher in both elementary and special education settings, as an Educational Specialist at the Children’s Hospital in […]

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