Paul is the Vice President for Business Development for Dering Consulting Group, where his responsibilities include the management of the firm's relationships with clients and developing solutions for organizational challenges where individual performance in clearly in-focus. His project experience includes:
Paul graduated from Millersville University with a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education – Biology and is a 2011 graduate of the Community Leadership Series through Leadership Harrisburg Area (LHA). He is a certified Change Practitioner through Prosci.
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Scott is the Director of Education and Development for Mid Penn Bank and Corporate Faculty with Harrisburg University. With over 10 years of experience in the learning and development field with a focus in banking, Scott has designed and delivered classroom training, synchronous online learning, and eLearning. He currently teaches two classes at Harrisburg University for the LTMS Masters program: Instructional Design and Learning Technologies.
Scott is an active member of National ATD. He holds a bachelor's degree in HRIM from Penn State and a Master of Science in Learning Technologies from Harrisburg University.
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Position Summary: The Past President assists the President in providing leadership and direction to the Chapter, focusing resources on the issues that fulfill the Chapter mission and annual plan. The Past President ensures ongoing attention is paid to the Chapter's budget and strategic plan, ensuring that relevant goals are established, budgeted, acted upon and reviewed.
Entering his third year on the Central PA ATD Board of Directors, Adam White Is continuing to show his passion for our membership and talent development. During this year, he will prepare learn from the President and Past President before his presidency in 2021.
Adam has been in the talent and organizational development field for almost two decades in various industries. He is currently the Talent Development Manager for RKL LLP, a professional services firm, based in Lancaster, PA.
Adam is also a member of National ATD. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history education from Shippensburg University and is currently working towards his master’s degree in Training & Development at Penn State University.
Additionally, Adam serves on the ATD Chapter Leaders Conference Planning Advisory Committee (ATD PAC) with other chapter leaders throughout the United States.
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VP of Marketing
Jeff Fetterman is the Manager of Learning and Development (L&D) at PSECU as well as an adjunct professor at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology.
Prior to joining PSECU, he was a Director at Booz Allen Hamilton where he was responsible for the functional/technical skills development of over 23,000 employees. Jeff also was the manager of course development at a division of GE Industrial Systems, where he oversaw the development of classroom and web- based courses designed for GE customers.
Jeff has a Master of Science (MS) in Mathematics and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Human Capital Strategist (HCS).
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VP of Membership
Gina Sweeney is the Manager of Training & Development at Hershey Entertainment and Resorts. With over 20 years of training, facilitation, coaching, leadership, and employee development, Gina leads a team which is responsible for onboarding employees as well as developing leadership and professional development initiatives across the organization.
Prior to this role, she held the role of Manager, Learning and Organizational Development at Listrak. Her role included managing organization-wide initiatives ranging from onboarding to executive-level development. Gina also worked at Auntie Anne’s Inc. for nine years, where she led Learning and Development programs that supported 100 corporate employees and 1500 domestic store locations. Her responsibilities included launching a corporate university for all employees, delivering leadership and culture training to all new franchisees, and delivering regional training to store managers across the country.
Gina is an active member of National ATD. She holds a Bachelor of Science, Organizational Behavior/Applied Psychology from Albright College and, in 2019, achieved her Master of Science, Organizational Development and Leadership from Saint Joseph’s University.
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Position Summary: The Vice President of Membership is an elected position and voting member of the Board. The VP Membership is responsible for the oversight of membership activities, providing guidance and resources to ensure the Chapter's membership goals and obligations are met and related activities. This includes new member orientation, oversight of member records, communication to the Board regarding membership activities or issues and related interaction with chapter members and National ATD.
VP of Programs
Phyllis Metzler will soon celebrate 14 years with the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU) where she started as a telephone representative in State College and quickly transitioned into a role where she was responsible for training new employees in the department. This included conducting one-on-one coaching, authoring eLearning courses, and facilitating classroom programs.
Recently, Phyllis moved to the Harrisburg area and joined the PSECU Learning & Development team where her responsibilities cover nearly all aspects of L&D functions. This includes research, planning, organizing, developing, and facilitating learning programs for the Credit Union including the design and facilitation of New Employee Orientation.
Phyllis has been part of the Central Pennsylvania ATD Chapter’s Programs task force since 2018 and is eager to expand her role to continue to provide quality programs for the Central Pennsylvania ATD Chapter members.
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Position Summary: The Vice President of Programs, an elected position and voting member of the Board, is responsible for providing guidance and resources to ensure that the Chapter's program goals and obligations are fulfilled. This primarily involves assembling a Program Committee for the purpose of developing and scheduling of programs that will meet the developmental needs of the membership.