Michelle Bartlett, PhD, is an assistant professor at Old Dominion University. Prior to her role at ODU, she worked at North Carolina State University, where she led the master’s in training and development, co-led the doctoral program in community college leadership, served as coordinator of competency-based education initiatives for the College of Education, and served as a faculty scholar at the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research. Michelle has taught advanced instructional design, research methods, workforce development, and leadership courses. Michelle was the past editor of the Career and Technical Education Research (CTER) Journal. She currently serves as the professional development trustee for the Association for Career and Technical Education Research. When she is not teaching, researching, and serving on grants, Michelle creates and delivers training programs in executive leadership, conflict management, empowering middle management, improving training effectiveness, faculty development, Universal Design for Learning, inclusive design in online environments, and DiSC. Michelle shares her passion for training as the co-founder of the UNITE Design Lab.