MS Learning and Organizational Change students and alumni are change leaders who work in diverse organizational settings and roles. They advance in their careers by leveraging the strong MSLOC network, MSLOC career services and the leadership and strategic thinking skills developed during their time in the program.
Congratulations to members of the MSLOC community who are on the move:
- Jim Green (MSLOC Alumnus), Clinical Sales Operation Specialist at Sorin Group
- Nicole Haris (MSLOC Alumna), Director of Talent Management for Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa for McDonald’s Corporation
- Kelly Ross (MSLOC Faculty & Alumna), Founder of Ross Associates
- Katy Pitt (MSLOC Alumna), Change Management Consultant at Health Care Service Corporation
- Bryan D. Wazbinski (MSLOC Student), Continuous Improvement and Change Management Professional at Accenture
- Caroline McGrath (MSLOC Alumna), PhD candidate in Organizational Behavior at RMIT University in Australia
Tapping into social collaboration technology typically used by large companies, the SESP Master of Science in Learning and Organizational Change Program (MSLOC) is pioneering the use of the cutting-edge Jive social networking software for an educational purpose. For MSLOC, Jive provides an online space where students and faculty build a strong and robust learning community.
Thanks to a unique partnership between the YMCA and the Master of Science in Learning and Organizational Change (MSLOC) program in the School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University graduate students are an integral part of the pathway to how YMCA staff and volunteers tell the Y’s story.