Meet our Leadership Team

Our Military Families Learning Network leadership team works collaboratively with our concentration area teams. Meet our leadership team to learn more about how we guide, connect, and strengthen our programming and the Military Families Learning Network.

Kyle is the Project Director and Principle Investigator for the MFLN and an Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Science at Auburn University. Kyle has been with the project since its inception and has been instrumental in the long-term success of the MFLN. Spending time with his family (especially his grandchildren), international travel with his lovely bride, and hanging out with his students are some of his favorite things to do.

Sarah is the Co-PI and project lead for the network. Sarah began her work with MFLN as the evaluation specialist and now enjoys focusing on the big picture of growing network capacity. When she’s not working she enjoys the outdoors, reading, and spending time with her family.

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Brigitte is National Project Leader and Co-Principle Investigator for MFLN. She joined the network in 2013 as the evaluation and research lead, and in 2015 became Director of Program Development and Evaluation. Brigitte’s passion for education and community change guides her current focus on learning impacts, workplace behavior change, relationship building, and organizational strategy. Outside of work Brigitte loves spending time with family and friends in the rivers, lakes, and mountains of West Virginia.

Jen works with MFLN concentration area teams to utilize technology to its fullest educational potential, utilizing learner-centered and user interface design principles to best reach and impact our audience. Jen has over 25 years experience in web design, distance education, marketing communications, and IT training and consulting. She also worked as a radio personality in a past life.

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Terry develops and assists in monitoring overall MFLN marketing and communication efforts. He works with program coordinators to develop marketing and communication goals, objectives, strategies, tactics, and messaging for all components of the MFLN. He works closely with the MFLN communications manager, providing input on training for concentration area program coordinators on audience, messaging, and related topics.

Kathleen is the Research and Evaluation Specialist with MLFN. She leads research and evaluation for the network’s programming. When she’s not exploring data, you’ll find Kathleen in the kitchen experimenting with baking recipes.

Hannah is the communications manager for the MFLN, focusing her time on social media outreach and program awareness. When she’s not working Hannah enjoys traveling, hanging out with family and testing new recipes.

The Military Families Learning Network uses a variety of technology platforms to deliver innovative programs. Kerry works behind the scenes to ensure that these technologies operate as well as possible. Whether it’s one of our renowned presenters or a first-time webinar participant, his goal is to optimize every user’s experience with MFLN.

If you attend a webinar, you’ll likely hear Coral in the role of webinar host, inviting you to participate or providing technical support. Behind the scenes, Coral coordinates many facets of professional development programming, including planning of webinar logistics. When offline, Coral can be found adventuring outdoors or preparing for her next triathlon.