Los Angeles, CA, December 14, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Marla Bradley, Bradley/Lambert CEO announced the promotion of Marsha A. Carter to Vice President eLearning. Ms. Bradley said: “Marsha is an expert and invaluable resource in all training technical matters including training content and its delivery in a host of platforms using various technologies. She does the impossible which includes making training more interesting, effective, affordable and available. She is responsible for eLearning and web based applications of all BLI and client classes and workshops. She consults with clients to help them gain the understanding and skills to develop web based applications of their training classes.”
Ms. Carter’s achievements at Bradley/Lambert are enhanced by her years’ experience in the aerospace and industrial industries. Her expertise in creating and implementing strategic initiatives for diverse product lines and multi-plant operations, spearheading new product development, implementing six sigma level quality, ensuring customer satisfaction and strategic planning helps her understand clients’ needs and requirements. Ms. Carter joined Bradley/Lambert in 2001.
Prior to joining Bradley/Lambert, Ms. Carter worked for Hughes Electronics, a high tech engineering company producing satellite and advanced military equipment for commercial and defense applications. She was marketing director for the company and had the responsibility for high technology business development. As marketing director, she implemented the six sigma initiative where Hughes saw its multi-plant operations become six sigma level quality producers and the supplier of choice by its customers. She was a key player in the sale of Hughes Aircraft Company to General Motors in 1995. Her ability to take 10 years of financial and business performance and project out expectations for the future five years, led to the successful acquisition by GM. At that time, she was the highest-ranking female Hughes executive.
In 1983, Ms. Carter was appointed Director of Corporate Financial Planning and Information Systems and given the responsibility: Financial Statement Forecasting, Corporate Budgeting and Economic Forecasting.
Ms. Carter completed the Corporate Directors Program from UCLA in 2003, Executive Marketing Program from UCLA in 2000. She holds a M.S. degree in Operations Management from the Graduate School of Management at UCLA and a B.S. degree in Mathematics from California State University at Los Angeles.
For more information, visit www.BradleyLambert.com