Progressive organizations know that learning is as much about recruitment and retention as it is about development.
Karen Hebert-Maccaro is presently Chief Learning Experience Officer of O’Reilly Media responsible for leading and managing the organization’s learning strategy. In this capacity she oversees the management and development of learning initiatives and programs for O’Reilly Online Learning, the company’s learning and training platform and manages both creation and curation of content to innovate new learning experience products both on and off the platform. Prior to joining O’Reilly she was in various talent management roles including Vice President of People Development and Chief Learning Officer for companies in both biotechnology and healthcare technology. Karen holds a PhD from Boston College, an EdM from Boston University, and a BA from the University of Massachusetts.
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