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Training-related Groups

Training Alignment Team

The Training Alignment Team (TAT) is a collaborative and cross-functional group that formed in the summer of 2004 to develop and implement strategies that result in effective and efficient training and development of MIT staff.

The Training Alignment Team's overall purpose is to align and enable Institute-wide training initiatives for world-class work. Members of TAT represent departments on campus who provide Institute-wide, work-related training activities (EHS, HR, IS&T, OSP, and VPF).

TAT Members

  • Bart Dahlstrom, Information Services & Technology
  • Margaret Ann Gray, Human Resources - Team Lead
  • Pam Greenley, Office of Environmental Health and Safety
  • David Hosmer, Human Resources
  • Colleen Leslie, Office of Sponsored Programs - Team Lead
  • John Roberts, Office of Sponsored Programs
  • Scott Rolph, VP for Finance
  • Bill Van Schalkwyk, Office of Environmental Health and Safety - Team Lead
  • Laurie Veal, Office of Environmental Health and Safety
  • Mark Wiklund, Information Services & Technology

TAT Staff

  • Jane White, Manager of Training Infrastructure
  • Mike Savio, Instructional Course Designer
  • Ken Hewitt III, Senior Administrative Assistant

To learn more about TAT, contact Jane White, jfw@mit.edu.

Training Partners

Training Partners, sponsored by the Training Alignment Team, is an Institute-wide network of employees who do training at MIT. The goal of Training Partners is to create a collaborative community of Institute trainers and to improve training at MIT by providing training-related activities and programs. The Training Partners Network is open to MIT employees regardless of the amount of time someone spends training.

For questions about Training Partners, and how to join, please email training-partners-inquiry@mit.edu.