TRDV Alumna Wins Award

Nicole Hajdrowski, VP of training and development for West Corp. Unified Communication Services, accepts the 2016 Chicagoland Learning Leader of the Year Award from Caveo Learning CEO Jeff Carpenter

Nicole Hajdrowski, VP of training and development for West Corp. Unified Communication Services, accepts the 2016 Chicagoland Learning Leader of the Year Award from Caveo Learning CEO Jeff Carpenter

TRDV alumna, Nicole Hajdrowski, has been named the 2016 Chicagoland Learning Leader of the Year by Caveo Learning. Nicole graduated with a Master of Arts in Organization Development in 2009.

The Chicagoland Learning Leader of the Year award honors the ideal of a modern learning leader—thoughtful and strategic, willing to question the status quo, and most importantly, aligned with the goals and objectives of the business. The winner was selected by Caveo Learning, which is committed to elevating the learning & development industry by helping learning leaders deliver significant and measurable value to their businesses.

Hajdrowski, the vice president of training and development for West’s Unified Communication Services business unit, has spent 17 years with West, building its learning organization from the ground up. Hajdrowski is responsible for training more than 6,000 internal associates, as well as more than 50,000 external customers annually.

In her role at West, Hajdrowski leads a team of 60 instructional designers, trainers, and managers to implement learning solutions for employee development, sales training, new-hire training, career and management development, leadership training, instructional design, and customer training for the global organization.

Caveo Learning will honor Hajdrowski at the Association for Talent Development, Chicagoland Chapter, holiday party on December 8. Caveo will make a donation on Hajdrowski’s behalf to the Dr. Deborah Colky Student Award, a scholarship fund benefiting college students pursuing a career in learning & development.

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