Jacalyn Stetina

By January 23, 2016
Executive Director

Jacalyn oversees the development and implementation of innovative leadership programs and curriculum. She has 25+ years of experience as a corporate trainer, coach, and curriculum design consultant in the areas of sales, leadership and organizational development. Working as a consultant for General Electric, and numerous other clients in both for profit and non-profit organizations, she has had the pleasure of teaching and coaching many diverse clients in the U.S. and around the globe.

With proven expertise in project management, she has handled every phase of both technical and soft-skill curriculum development, from concept design through facilitation. Jacalyn has also successfully mentored and coached employees at all organizational levels to help them reach their fullest potential. Her energy and enthusiasm for adult education and coaching for success is a driving passion.

Earlier in her career, Jacalyn worked for GE Healthcare as a Marketing Specialist and Product Manager, helping bring new imaging technologies to market and supporting the U.S. sales force. More recently, she was the Marketing & Reimbursement Director for a medical device start-up company and the Disease Pathway Manager for Accuray, driving their radiation oncology breast cancer campaign.

Jacalyn brings her healthcare clients a strong clinical and research background. She is also a speaker on healthcare economics, keeping abreast of the latest industry trends in this rapidly changing industry.
Jacalyn is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, WI with a degree in Medical Technology. She also holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

Jacalyn currently resides in Hartland, WI with her husband Steve, an Engineer, and has two adult children, Rachel and Aaron. In her free time she plays trumpet in a community band, enjoys golf, volleyball and curling, loves to travel, and is an avid reader.

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