As a dynamic learning professional, Yvette Francis fosters meaningful relationships, facilitates insightful conversations, and develops impactful learning experiences.
Having worked in both the public and private sectors, Yvette equips adult learners with the tools and resources necessary to achieve their defined professional and personal success.
Yvette loves creating and managing innovative end-to-end learning programs. Her Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Management from Clark Atlanta University and Master of Science in Human Resource Development from Florida International University enables her to enhance her effectiveness in the classroom.
When she's not working with Georgia Tech faculty and staff employees — or relishing in the chaotic moments of her growing family — Yvette is pursuing various passion projects, which include writing her first book on personal financial literacy and leading discussions on her lifestyle YouTube channel.
For Yvette, her success in the learning and development space can best be articulated through an affirmation by John Bunyan: “You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you."