Integrated marketing and learning

Strategic Learning Designs


Mission and commitment

We are fully committed to our clients’ success. We listen carefully and execute skillfully. It's a simple philosophy that requires consistent execution. Our goal is to provide outstanding services that drive measurable results.

Our commitment to client satisfaction is underscored by our demonstrated ability to:

  1. understand the importance of developing market-informed solutions on-time and within budget

  2. understand how to work collaboratively and effectively

  3. leverage our experience to help clients capitalize on current trends in marketing and learning


About Us

Strategic Learning Designs uses the combined expertise of its key principal and a virtual team of experts. When we work with clients, we draw on our collective knowledge and experience. Our team includes highly experienced professionals in the areas of marketing, instructional design, writing, research and sales.

Our work is informed by our personal experiences and connections in the industries in which we work and to the wider learning learning communities exploring educational technology, performance management, business best practices, executive coaching and adult learning.

About Kevin Dwyer
To help clients succeed in their mission, Kevin Dwyer draws on his sales and training experiences. His understanding of instructional technologies and lifelong commitment to learning has informed Kevin’s work with clients in a range of industries including K-12, higher education, finance, defense contracting, insurance and banking. He was a pioneer in the application of Internet technologies for student learning, professional development, and school administration, starting one of the first school computer labs in Massachusetts. His business career has included senior positions at banks and educational publishing companies.

Recent Articles

Building Training Certification Programs (Selling to Schools)

Creating Profitable Relationships with Contractors (Selling to Schools)

Building Strong Vendor Relationships (Association of Educational Publishers)