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Consumers in the marketplace
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"I worked with Lee for approximately 3 years supporting a large contract with constantly changing requirements and priorities. She handled the environment and situation wonderfully everyday, keeping in balance all her other commitments. With changing requirements came many learning opportunities, and she embraced it. A great example was when the requirement for the training deliverables to be Section 508 complaint, Lee stepped up and took the week long training herself in order to make her products complaint in the first place, thereby reducing the time to market. This kind of proactive and involved attitude reflected her strong work ethic. I admire Lee immensely, recommend her highly, and 'am confident she brings her best to any project of any size."
Information Systems Analyst, FEMA
Lee is truly an outstanding IT and Communications professional. Very knowledgeable on all issues and subject matter and is a colleague who delivers what she promises. Detail-oriented and focused on results and making a difference. Lee would be an asset to any team she works with.
Assistant Vice President, Georgetown University Medical Center
I had the opportunity to work with Lee on the creation of a training curriculum for a procurement system that included, student guides, teacher material, and computer based training. Lee planned, developed, and delivered the training curriculum, which was tailored to the specific client needs and learning styles. The deliverables were very well received and exceeded customer expectations.
Senior Manager, IBM
"When I joined Booz Allen in 2011, I considered Lee as one of the "Who's Who" in the firm as it pertains to the learning space. She indisputably distinguished herself as an innovative learning professional with expertise in virtual worlds and other creative approaches to training. What impressed me the most about Lee is that she didn't keep her knowledge, wisdom, and experiences to herself. She joyfully and willingly shared her expertise to grow others across the firm by presenting to fellow human capital and learning practitioners in the firm, as well as contributing to intellectual capital. She also marketed our capabilities externally at industry conferences, submitting papers and delivering presentations. I sincerely miss her upbeat attitude, her devotion to help and mentor others, and her level of professionalism. I hope that our professional (and personal) paths cross again in the future."
Chiquita King, M.S.Ed
Senior Instructional Systems Designer, Booz Allen Hamilton
"I have worked with Dr. Taylor-Nelms for nearly a decade. Even though on paper I was her manager, she taught me a lot. I was very new to the concepts of instructional design. I managed a team of Software Developers (and Lee). Lee guided us through change management as we rolled out the new software. Her careful attention to detail and her ability to apply adult learning techniques were incredible. It made for a smoother software rollout. I will always appreciate her depth of knowledge. What I value most is her willingness to teach as she performed her work. I look forward to working with her again and highly recommend her for any ISD, adult learning, and change management assignments."
Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton
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