WESTBOROUGH, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Training Associates Corporation (TTA), a leading provider of learning and development talent and solutions, is delighted to announce that Keith Gibson, PhD, has joined as Vice President of Sales. This change reflects the continued growth and evolution of TTA; it also brings additional creativity and expertise to our customer engagement strategy.
As Vice President of Sales, Dr. Gibson will lead TTA’s growing sales team, and work directly with clients on identifying their needs and building lasting partnerships.
Prior to joining TTA, Dr. Gibson was a Higher Education Development Executive with Apple, Inc. He has also held roles of increasing responsibility with Allen Communication Learning Services, culminating in the position of Vice President, Client Development. Dr. Gibson has managed relationships with organizations of all sizes, including many among the Fortune 500. Michael Noble, TTA’s Chief Learning Strategist and COO, said “With Keith, we not only get a proven sales leader, we also get a true expert in the industry. The outcome will be greater insight for our customers.”
As a thought leader and author, Dr. Gibson has presented at dozens of conferences and published in peer-reviewed journals. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law. With a PhD from Pennsylvania State University, he also holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees, respectively, in technical communication, rhetoric, and physics.
CEO Maria Melfa is delighted to welcome Keith Gibson to TTA: “We are thrilled that Keith has joined Team TTA. Keith’s ability to break down complex information into clear knowledge nuggets is exceptional and inspirational.”
About The Training Associates
An award-winning innovator, The Training Associates is a recognized global leader for Learning & Development (L&D) talent and solutions. Organizations of all sizes, including Fortune 500 corporations, rely on The Training Associates’ agility to support their L&D initiatives of any size or scope across all training modalities.