Dr. Anne-Marie Sutch-Stabio has more than 25 years in the government and corporate training arenas, and more than 240 contact hours of undergraduate and graduate teaching.
Prior to launching CAMBS Enterprises, LLC Dr. Sutch-Stabio performed knowledge management, competency development, organizational development, performance improvement and support, eLearning project and program management, analyses, and multimedia development for clients that included Nokia, Kraft, Loyola College in Maryland, Tyco, Exxon Mobile, SAP, Ariba, Wells Fargo, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), Merck, Vodafone, the State of Louisiana, NASA, the United States Navy, the United States Air Force, and the United States Army.
As Chief Learning Officer, Dr. Sutch-Stabio supports organizational development by analyzing client requirements against current knowledge management, performance improvement and support, and learning and technology trends to design and produce solutions aligned to the organization’s business strategies, goals, mission, and future requirements. She helps to improve individual, team, and organizational performance through performance improvement practices, organizational development practices, and training delivery formats that include web-based training, instructor-led training, synchronous training, video training, and blended solutions. She plans, launches, and monitors short-term and long-term learning initiatives designed to maintain talent and learning program sustainability; designs and establishes benchmarks that measure the impact and effectiveness of organizational development programs on the organization’s overall performance; and forges relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
Competencies and areas of expertise include: knowledge management, performance improvement, performance support, critical thinking and decision making; planning (short/long-term) strategies; training and curriculum analysis; instructional design (knowledge of adult learning theory, and adult learning styles); development and delivery tools (formal and informal e.g., social collaboration); training and curriculum development, delivery, and evaluation; interpersonal relationships; oral and written communications; personnel management; project management; eLearning Master Service Agreement reviews; and eLearning solutions proposal development and reviews.
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