Past Chapter President Selected for ASTD's National Advisors for Chapters

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Kimberly Seeger, CPLP of ASTD Baton Rouge Chapter
Selected for ASTD’s National Advisors for Chapters

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, December 20, 2012 – Kimberly Seeger, President of Learniappe, LLC has been selected to serve on the National Advisors for Chapters (NAC) of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) for a three-year term (2013-2015). The NAC is charged with providing strategic direction and leadership in the development and support of ASTD chapters and members.

As a volunteer group of distinguished chapter leaders, the NAC carries out the following functions:

•    advising and coaching chapters about ASTD initiatives
•    linking chapters with common needs
•    identifying and sharing best practices
•    advising ASTD staff about issues of importance to chapters
•    identifying and examining future roles for chapters
•    bringing issues of interest to chapters to the attention of the Board of Directors
•    ensuring that the needs of chapters are recognized by the Society.

Seeger served as 2009 President of ASTD Baton Rouge Chapter and has been a presenter for the International Conference and Exposition (ICE).  Seeger’s company Learniappe, designs and delivers innovative learning solutions to corporate, government and non-profit organizations to help people ‘learn something extra’.  She is a Certified Professional in Learning & Performance (CPLP) and completed her Masters of Science at Louisiana State University.

About ASTD
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