Well, Here We Are!

I’m so thrilled to be sharing this with you right now. This post marks the beginning of a journey I’ve wanted to start for years, and to start it with you is absolutely humbling.

Edify Education Design represents my way of supporting a changing world, and “being the change I wish to see” too. First things first: want to lay out a couple of things about Edify and about this blog (managing expectations is always key…!)

You can expect a blog post about once a week, usually containing my thoughts on educational philosophy, great techniques, cool opportunities; that kind of stuff. This blog has closed comments, but if you’d like to share your thoughts with me, I’d love it! Send them to me at kristen@edifyedu.com. If you are looking for more regular interaction, check Edify out on these platforms:

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If you’d like to meet up, I love tea! If it’s about business, the first hour is complimentary. Well, I’m excited to get started, and I hope you are too. Look for our next blog post in a few days!

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Posted by Kristen Gallagher

Kristen Gallagher
Kristen Gallagher is an organizational strategies and learning designer. Specializing in onboarding systems, manager development, and knowledge management, Gallagher delivers programs that are designed to evolve and scale with rapid changes. She is the founder and CEO of Edify and has architected and delivered onboarding programs for companies bringing on just one person a quarter to 50+ people a quarter.

She brings over eight years of learning design, business development, and program operations and strategy to Edify. She guides growing tech companies to create amazing people systems, learning programs, and cultures that scale. Kristen speaks on human resources, human centered design, learning & development in technical environments, and integrated people operations across the country. Informed by her interests in technical product design, art history, contemporary Southeast Asian art, and museums, Kristen brings an iconoclastic approach to designing and implementing learning programs in tech environments.

She's spoken and taught at Learning Dev Camp, ATD Cascadia, ACTW, Refresh Portland, Product Tank, PHRMA, and dozens of other conferences. Effective, efficient programs, events, and strategies are what motivate her, and in every project, she engages teams to understand trade-off’s, make data-driven decisions, and design evolvable solutions.

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