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Employee and Organizational Development (EOD) offers training, workshops and resources to all UNM faculty, staff and departments to help cultivate careers, improve work environments, and create leaders.
Manager, Employee and Organizational Development
With over ten years of higher education experience, John is a talented Organizational Development Manager with expertise in helping managers and employees align with business objectives. He is proficient at organizing training, development, and team building initiatives to cement goals and drive competitive growth.
Bonnie works with departments across the University of New Mexico. She has been working closely with HSC during her time here at EOD. Bonnie has been involved in consulting, training, coaching and facilitation in one way or another.
Technical Training Consultant
Bryan is a Technical Training Consultant with Employee and Organizational Development. He has worked for UNM the past 6 years. His background is in technology and support and has a bachelor’s degree in Media Arts and masters in Instructional Design, both from UNM. Bryan joined the EOD team in 2018 and is responsible for various technology needs within the department.
Cristina was born in Colombia. Her areas of interest include organizational learning, leadership development, coaching and mentorship, computer-based simulations, universal design for learning, teaching, training and program evaluation. As a consultant in the EOD department, she enjoys facilitation, training, mentorship and coaching, both teams and individuals, to unlock and develop their talents and to discover their full potential at the workplace.
As EOD consultant, Kate curates educational experiences for UNM employees focusing on themes of leadership, personal and professional development, and targeted strategies to improve outcomes at work aligned with organizational missions and visions. Kate holds a B.A. in International Relations from Mount Holyoke College and an M.A. in Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences from the University of New Mexico and holds nine years of experience in career development training.