I have a passion for effective communication and helping you discover how to best express your ideas. My background in this field has mostly dealt with technical content, but I've had experience in non-technical presentations as well. I would love to hear from you - feel free to get in touch using the form below!
My research involvement and background have focused on the Assertion-Evidence approach, created and taught by Michael Alley at Penn State University. You can learn more about this approach and its many advantages at the links below.
Past & Present
Originally from Pennsylvania, Keri graduated from Penn State University in 2013, with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering, a minor in German, and Honors in Communication Arts & Sciences. As a Penn State Engineering Ambassador, Keri delivered frequent presentations to diverse audiences ranging from 4 to 400 in size.
Since 2016, Keri has held a career as an Asset Integrity Analyst at PinnacleART, consulting in Germany. Prior to that, she worked 3 years as a production engineer at BP America and held 5 internships at BP, GE, Nucor Steel, and Suzlon Wind Energy. Through her broad background, Keri has been exposed to the culture and the communication style within diverse organizations.
During her time as an undergraduate, Keri worked closely with Michael Alley in conducting research experiments related to the Assertion-Evidence method and presented work at the 2011 and 2012 American Society for Engineering Education National Conferences. She completed her thesis and first-authored a paper in the field of Effective Engineering Communication.
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