Shelley Osborne

Shelley Osborne

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Author of The Upskilling Imperative

Shelley Osborne is an ed tech and learning expert. She was recently the VP of learning at Udemy, where she led the learning strategy and upskilling of employees globally. She is the author of the McGraw Hill book 'The Upskilling Imperative: Five Ways to Make Learning Core to the Way We Work.'

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