New Titles & Faces at International Training

If you’ve stopped by our World HQ Office in Stuart, FL over the last few weeks you may have noticed a few things… Your favorite staff member’s desk may have moved and there are many new faces. It’s no secret that we’re growing faster than ever before. It’s exciting and motivating to feel the growth of our company.

Brian Shreve

Brian Shreve – Training Manager

While Brian isn’t new here at International Training he has just transitioned into the role of Training Manager. The Training Manager has primary responsibility for training new members of department staff, for ensuring QA matters are followed up on in a timely fashion, for conducting headquarters ITW programs, and for implementing yearly standards and training updates. In addition, he also works with the Senior VP on industry relations within RSTC, ISO, RESA, and other organizations.

Allison Van Sickle – Multimedia Artist

Allison is also taking on a new role she has recently moved from our Training and Membership Services department to our Product Development departments. She is excited to settle into her new role and excited to build on her interests in photography and editing. The team is ready to get her integrated into the creative projects coming out of Product Development in 2020.

Alisa Boisclair – Training and Membership Services

Alisa Boisclair, a Rhode Island native, moved to Florida with her husband 20 years ago to escape the cold and the snow. She enjoys reading, listening to an eclectic range of music, going to movies, Disneyworld and taking cruises. Returning to Yellowstone and Grand Teton are on her bucket lists. Favorite artists include Jimmy Buffett, Steve Earle, Dave Brubeck and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Favorite authors include Stephen King, Louis L’Amour and Diana Gabaldon. As a native New Englander, she also cheers on the Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics and Boston Red Sox. And yes, the New England Patriots.  Alisa is looking forward to learning about the diving industry, and supporting her TDI/SDI teammates.

Viviana Marcy – Training and Membership Services

From an island in Puget Sound just a ferry ride from Seattle, Viviana left behind the beautiful Pacific Northwest for the sun of Florida and attended Eckerd College. She received her degrees in Environmental Science and Biology. Viviana spent most of her post under-graduate career in the Conservation Biology Field working alongside the University of Washington’s School of Environmental Science on seabird research on Tetiaroa, an atoll in the French Polynesian Islands. Additionally, she received her dive certifications and interned at the Whale Shark and Oceanic Research Center in Utila, Honduras. While her passion is in Conservation Biology and diving, Viviana also loves hiking, traveling and spending time with her German Shepherd, Luna.

Jessica Brown – Training and Membership Services

Jessica is a transplant from South Carolina who always found a way to be in the water. She graduated with a degree in accounting, but her love of water brought her into the diving world. Now she spends every free weekend in or under the water. Jessica is interested in getting her open water dive instructor certification. In her spare time from work and diving she enjoys hanging out with her dog Bandit, reading, getting outside and enjoying nature.

Maddy Jones

Maddy is a Florida native that graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Graphic Information Technology. She has always had a passion for web development and when she isn’t coding at home with her pets, she loves to spend time outdoors or with friends exploring the Treasure Coast. She also enjoys traveling and spends way too much time at Disney World.

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