Rapid Learning Institute (RLI) is happy to announce the hiring of Paul Ritchey as its new Marketing and Video Production Coordinator.
At RLI, Paul is responsible for developing new marketing materials, social media content, graphic design of the company’s signature Quick Take rapid learning modules, and video shooting, production and editing.
A graduate of Delaware Valley College, Paul earned a degree in Media & Communications with a concentration in writing in 2008.
Paul is also a filmmaker. With his partner, Nick Murphy, Paul has produced award-winning web based pop culture oriented videos that have gone viral throughout the world. One of their pieces, entitled “The Star Wars Holiday Special That Everyone Really Wanted” was featured in the French newspaper Le Monde, as well as on the Independent Film Channel’s IFC.com.
“It’s great to have Paul Ritchey as part of our content team,” says RLI Chief Executive Officer Stephen Meyer. “In addition to his creativity and skills, Paul is an avid reader with a wide range of interests, which makes him a perfect fit for RLI. He represents a new breed of young, imaginative thinkers. We’re looking forward to great things from Paul.”
Rapid Learning Institute (RLI) provides online training and talent development tools for businesses, government agencies, nonprofits and educational institutions in the areas of sales, human resources, management, leadership and safety. RLI’s approach is founded on the idea that talent development can only be effective if managers make it a priority and follow up to ensure that learning sticks. The company’s signature five to 10 minute modules, called Quick Takes, help managers build their core competency as talent developers by giving them the tools they need to replicate in others the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors that drive performance.
Based in Greater Philadelphia, RLI is an operating division of Business 21 Publishing, LLC
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