July 27, 2015 – Executive search firm TD Madison & Associates has recruited Reni Gorman as the first vice president of learning and development at the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE). Through extensive research into the learning and development communities of technology industries throughout the U.S., TD Madison identified Ms. Gorman, an award-winning expert in performance improvement and learning strategies. Previous positions held by Ms. Gorman include director of interactive technology, president and chief strategist, and vice president of global e-learning and talent management for Merrill Lynch, Minds Rewired, and Morgan Stanley, respectively. Ms. Gorman also founded and served as president and chief strategist for Palamate, a consultancy that worked internationally to design and develop interactive, engaging e-learning experiences.
At SCTE, Ms. Gorman will be responsible for bringing to cable system operators and vendors the next phase of the association’s professional development evolution. “Reni Gorman’s expertise in cognition and her ability to create and implement cutting-edge instructional architectures will be invaluable assets as we create the learning, certification, and measurement tools our MSO and vendor partners require,” said Lindsay Johnston, senior vice president of operations for SCTE.
“We are very excited to have had the opportunity to work with SCTE in finding the right candidate for their newly created VP, learning and development position,” said Dean Madison, CEO. “Ms. Gorman’s expertise and attributes dovetail with that of the SCTE and their vision for the future.” SCTE is a non-profit professional association that provides technical leadership for the telecommunications industry and serves its members through professional development, standards, certification and information.
Founded in 1999, TD Madison & Associates is a technology executive search firm specializing in the broadband and telecommunications industries.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media