On July 22, 2013 I graduated with my Masters of Instructional Design and Development program at the University of South Alabama. Implementing instructional models, learning strategies, needs assessments, and blended-learning solutions to optimize employee, customer, and shareholder awareness and satisfaction are a vital demand for every company. The IDD profession has evolved into also providing human improvement performance modalities coupled with technological implementations which provide a streamlined approach to reducing operational costs and bolstering support structures. I want to transition Instructional Design and Development principles and concepts such as needs analysis, adult learning theory, job aides, and constructivism into real-world advancements for workforce educational and training opportunities. I am familiar with hypermedia learning tool programs such as Camtasia, Adobe Captivate, Photoshop, Snagit, Articulate, and Powerpoint. For my internship as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of South Alabama I utilized the Sakai Learning Management System as a platform to analyze, design, deliver, implement, and evaluate the Cardiorespiratory Practicum course with a student body of 19 senior students. I consider myself a relative newcomer as a practitioner in the Instructional Design and Development field complemented by six years experience in the allied-health and Cardiorespiratory care setting.