"I had the pleasure of working with e3 Strategies while on an educational web site design
project for the Smithsonian.
I quickly learned I could
rely on Stephanie for fairness, insight, and overall solid and professional management while maintaining the integrity of the learning objectives. I would be thrilled to work with Stephanie again in a similar capacity and am confident that any project she is a part of will be successful due to her efforts."

Clare Torrans,
Senior Info Architect and Principal, Sensible Structure

About e3Strategies
Stephanie Eskins

Stephanie Eskins Gleason, SPHR, started e3 Strategies in 2006, bringing 20 years of experience in teaching, training and
instructional design to clients who need learning solutions.

We specialize in synthesizing information about your organization's human capital goals, recommending appropriate strategies, and managing the development of training programs that provide maximum
return on investment.

Turning inklings of possibility into powerful learning experiences drives our innovative thinking and energetic implementation. We help you envision training and learning possibilities you didn't even know existed.

Stephanie employs her extensive education in human resource management, adult learning, and effective business communications in her work with associations, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, corporations, and government clients.

Access to Leading Edge Technologies,
Methodologies, and Research

Our consultants stay current with the latest research and evidence regarding adult learning, neuroscience, technologies, and design and development methodologies. We take our responsibility to add value to our clients and give it back to the learning field by participating in conferences, taking advanced courses, and participating as judges in prestigious international contests.

Tom Werner, BrandonHall Research

Stephanie Eskins-Gleason has participated as a judge in several categories of the Brandon Hall Awards Programs over the last five years. As Tom Werner from Brandon Hall Research explains, “the main advantage of judging is seeing the cutting edge of what organizations are doing. Entrants enter because they believe that they have created or implemented something special. Judges get to see what this is: a great course, a great implementation, a great tool, depending on which category they’re judging.” Access to these entries exposes judges to learning solutions that
push the envelope.

Leaving a Light Footprint

Stephanie's personal passion for the environment, endangered wildlife, and imperiled ecosystems fuels her enthusiasm for work with organizations like the Smithsonian Institution Sant Ocean Hall and National Wildlife Federation. As a company, e3 Strategies carries over that commitment to conservation and waste reduction with an energy-efficient, virtual office environment.
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