Who is doing the training and how it’s delivered is changing.
Gabriela Ammatuna is the healthcare project manager for the Association for Talent Development. She is trained in global health by the World Health Organization, the Pan-American Health Organization, and the World Bank; and experienced in developing and implementing health, wellness, education, team member development, and sustainable programs. Gabriela has worked in clinical, administration, academic, government, nonprofit, and business settings contributing to corporate social responsibility programs and supporting healthcare philanthropy projects in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University.
Gabriela holds a bachelor's degree in nursing/midwifery, and a master in health professions education. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate in health sciences.
Ryan Changcoco is the senior manager for ATD’s Management and Healthcare Communities of Practice. His primary responsibility is to partner with subject matter experts from all over the world to develop content in the areas of management development, leadership, and healthcare training and administration. Prior to working at ATD, Ryan served as a business consultant for several large healthcare organizations, including Blue Cross Blue Shield. His specialties include project management, healthcare administration, and management consulting. Ryan received a degree in public administration from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.