Kristen Goodell

Kristen Goodell is an experienced relationship manager and qualitative analyst. Driven by equity in the workplace she takes pride in developing employee talent from job seekers to executives.  Kristen holds a Master of Science Degree in Education from Johns Hopkins University, is credentialed in Crisis Intervention from the Baltimore City Crisis Response Corporation, Yalom Group Therapy from Sheppard Pratt Health System, and was the Director of a Corporate Mentor Program with over 150+ companies. She has extensive experience using Carnegie Mellon University’s Human Centered Design Thinking as a methodology for executing strategies, has developed mentor training and intern performance measurement tools.  As a Manager of Workforce Partnerships, her goals include building relationships that maximize individual and organizational success. In addition to her primary job functions, Kristen has been recognized as a thought leader in 21st century learning by Carlow University’s Center for 21st Century Innovation Workforce Development and Re-Make Learning. Additionally, she has been commissioned to produce publications for CIO Story Magazine, CIO Review Magazine, HR Tech Outlook Magazine, Small Business Council Working Parts Magazine, American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Pittsburgh Human Resource Association (PHRA) and has been selected as a lead speaker for the Pennsylvania Workforce Development Association.