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Field Editors

Do you think the person with the title "Editor, ATD Links" is responsible for supplying all this content to you every month? Of course not! It takes a considerable cadre of members of the profession. Not to mention the staff of ATD. Field editors are a primary source of In Practice feature articles­ and In Person interviews. On this page you will find

General Topics Editors


Brain-Based Learning

Lenn Millbower
Lenn Millbower is a Disney speaker, presentation skills trainer, and author. He received his bachelor’s degree from Berklee College of Music and his master’s from Webster University. Millbower was honored by the Walt Disney Company with the prestigious Partner’s In Excellence lifetime achievement award. This internal employee award was granted in recognition of his training and leadership accomplishments as a member of the opening training team for Disney’s Animal Kingdom. He is a national board member of the International Alliance for Learning and the Contract Trainer’s Association, and a member of the National Speaker’s Association and ATD;


Halelly AzulayHalelly Azulay
Halelly Azulay is a consultant, facilitator, speaker, and author with 20 years of professional experience in the fields of workplace learning and communication in corporate, government, regulatory, not-for-profit, and academic organizations. She is the author of Employee Development on a Shoestring (ATD Press, 2012), in which she provides managers and supervisors hands-on tools and techniques for developing employees outside the classroom and on a budget. Azulay is the president of TalentGrow, a consulting company focused on developing leaders and teams to improve the human side of work. She is also past president of the board of directors of the award-winning Metro DC chapter of ATD where she served in various board leadership roles from 2005 to 2010;  



Human Performance Improvement (HPI)

Patricia Radakovich photoPatricia Radakovich
Patricia S. Radakovich, CPLP, CPT is the owner of SHARK Consulting Group, a performance consultancy in Trenton, Michigan. She has an MA in performance improvement and instructional design and an MBA. Her professional interests include work culture and employee morale. She is also the chairman and founder of Basil’s Buddies, a not-for-profit animal welfare organization. She recently was named Trenton’s 2010 Outstanding Young Woman of the Year;


Neal Goodman
Neal R. Goodman is president of Global Dynamics. GDI provides global/cross-cultural and diversity training and development and coaching to leading global corporations on a worldwide basis, and has been doing so since 1984. Goodman’s interests focus on the impact of globalization and cultural diversity on individuals and organizations; 1.305.682.7883;


Melissa Westmoreland
Melissa Westmoreland is the training and development leader for the lumber division of Georgia-Pacific Corporation in Atlanta, and is responsible for supporting talent development for 16 locations across the United States. Westmoreland has more than 20 years of production, quality, compliance, and T&D experience in food, packaging, and wood products manufacturing.  She has developed or supported talent development solutions for operations, leadership, and craft skills. She has been an active member of ATD since 1995. You can email her directly at

Measurement and Evaluation

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Holly Burkett
Holly Burkett, SPHR, CPT is principal of Evaluation Works, in Davis, California, where she manages a consulting practice focused on helping organizations develop and measure the business value of workplace learning and talent management efforts. A certified ROI professional, Burkett is frequent presenter, workshop leader, and author. She authored the InfoLine “10 Tactics for a Sustainable Evaluation Process” (2013);




Technical Skills and Training


Help Wanted

We are always looking for enthusiastic writers and field editors to join our volunteer team! Field editors provide six articles per year, which they either write themselves or bring in colleagues to write for them. Field editors can focus on general interest articles, but we're also interested in finding editors who can focus on these areas: training fundamentals; organization development; the public sector; sales, marketing, and customer service; management development; leadership; and career development. If you're interested in joining us or have further questions, please contact Amy Souza at

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