March 4-5, 2019
New York, NY

iVentiv Learning Futures – NYC – 2019

CrossKnowledge is proud to announce that we will be a sponsor at the 2019 iVentiv Learning Futures at Dow Jones Americas Headquarters in New York, NY

This session provides the opportunity for learning leaders to come together and map out this future learning landscape.

This is a two-day conference on Corporate Learning & Development – with a difference. We bring together just 40 participants who are the L&D VP/Director of an organization with an average of 100,000 employees. This event focusses on engaging this peer group in discussions about the future, not the past. We look to challenge existing learning paradigms, to challenge the participants’ own thinking and develop new ideas through conversation.

CrossKnowledge experts will be on hand to provide insights on leadership & development initiatives and how they can make all the difference in the experience of employees. Discuss the current state of employee engagement, including key factors that have a direct influence on your organizations employee engagement results. Connect with them at the event to learn more about CrossKnowledge.

Find out more HERE!

Ali DellaPena of CrossKnowledge

Ali DellaPenna has a background in media, marketing and branding and draws from that experience as she works with clients to connect and inspire learners, develop and support corporate learning strategies and design learner communications. Having worked at John Wiley & Sons, and branding start-ups (now part of  McCann and Interbrand), Ali has worked with organizations such as HP, NovoNordisk, Investors Bank, Avis Budget Group, Lee Hecht Harrison, Panasonic, Georgia Pacific, Duracell, Maxim, to name a few. 


Clement Durand has been helping organizations transform by solving their business challenges through digital learning for the past 6 years. His focus is in creating new partnerships and leveraging existing relationships to improve learning strategies for HR Business Partners and L&D teams. Before managing CrossKnowledge’s business in Canada, Clement was a founding member of the CrossKnowledge North America team as an international project manager. This consulting role required him to apply problem-solving skills while implementing large projects to secure client loyalty and innovate learning best practices within their organization.