COVID-19 forced ATDChi, along with the rest of the world, to shut down our face-to-face meeting schedule. We had to migrate everything over to the online environment - not something we had done much of up until the pandemic struck.
As we were trying to sort things out, Luveta Hill stepped up and volunteered to learn Zoom and to produce our webinars.
Over the course of the year she ran 10 webinars, 2 panels, and was a key part of the team that put together ATDChi’s first ever online conference in November. She finished the year by managing all details of our final two webinars.
One sign of the success of our webinar program was that our rate of conversion from registrations to actual attendance topped 75% for two of our last sessions (general average runs in the neighborhood of 45%).
For stepping up and leading a successful transition of our programming to the online environment has been named ATDChi’s Volunteer-of-the-Year.
Luveta works at DePaul University as the Learning Technology Specialist in the HR Department.
She says she joined ATDChi “to further enrich my education in the area of learning & development.” Asked what she appreciates the most about being a member of ATDChi, she responded, “having access to a network of peers who came into the talent development space and the learning & development space from different backgrounds. I am connected to a group of people who approach the same problem from different perspectives to find a resolution that works for all.”