Kryterion's podcast explores the rise of technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning and the global demand for credentials. According to a recent report, a billion people will need to reskill for the evolving workforce by 2030. Let's talk about how Kryterion is tackling the challenge.


Dr. Emad Rahim, Endowed Chair at Bellevue University

Dr. Rahim is an award-winning author, Fulbright scholar, TEDX Speaker, business leader, and dynamic educator. He has spent more than fifteen years in the world of education as a professor, mentor, dean, and entrepreneur, instructing aspiring leaders to assess diverse situational challenges and develop tactical, intersectional action plans.


William Jacobsen, Head of Partnerships at Toggle

Today, we speak with William Jacobsen, Head of Partnerships at Toggle. TOGGLE was founded on a simple idea: that investors of all shapes and sizes should have help finding good ideas – making the latest investment technology and insights accessible to all. Will Jacobsen is the Head of Partnerships at TOGGLE AI, an award-winning AI-powered market analytics firm. Will began his career in Equity Research and Derivatives and has worked for Raymond James, Wells Fargo, and Citi in various capital markets roles. Will came to Toggle in 2022 after helping start Kiva Capital Management, an impact investing platform.


Mary Poppen, Chief Customer Officer

Before joining involve.ai, Mary was Glint’s Chief Customer Officer at LinkedIn. Mary was responsible for driving and scaling the company’s ability to delight customers. Prior to that, she was the Chief Customer Officer for SAP’s Global Cloud business and Chief Customer Officer for SuccessFactors before that. With over two decades of experience in customer success, business consulting, and executive leadership, Mary frequently speaks at global events and has authored several publications in this space.

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Dr. Leslie Thomas

For more than 20 years, Dr. Leslie Thomas has been helping clients create assessment programs to effectively measure and evaluate professional competence. In her role at Kryterion, Dr. Thomas and her team work closely with clients to translate their business goals into a credentialing program that provides real value to their stakeholders such as increased public safety, enhanced product adoption, mitigate risk, or lower support costs.

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