The Mid-New Jersey Association of Talent Development is holding a panel discussion on the future of that industry, and it happens to feature several notable talents in the business.
The event will take place Tuesday, March 10, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at SES at 4 Research Way in Princeton. The cost is $35, $20 for members. For more information, visit www.midnjatd.org.
Andrea Danon has been in the human resources and training and development industry for more than two decades. Danon joined iCIMS in 2014 and is now the senior director of talent development.
Danon attended SUNY Oneonta in upstate New York. She previously worked for the Walt Disney Company for just over six years. After her time with Disney, Danon joined Deloitte & Touche for three years, eventually finding her way back to the entertainment world and spending just under 10 years working for the National Basketball Association in training and development.
David Howe heads global leadership development for Merck. Over his previous 27 years with Merck, Howe has led global talent management, HR for U.S. pharmaceuticals, Americas manufacturing and global supply chain, and COE roles in talent management and organization development. Prior to Merck, Howe spent two years as a bench scientist in microbial genetics.
Nick Floro is a co-founder and learning architect at Sealworks Interactive Studios with more than 28 years of experience in developing learning experiences, applications, and web platforms. He has worked with start-ups to large organizations to help teams understand the technology and develop innovative solutions to support audiences reaching millions of learners.