Jenna Tuck, Executive Vice President, Global Business Development, Modest Tree
Jenna Tuck has recently joined Modest Tree as the Executive Vice President (EVP) of Global Business Development. Jenna leads the company’s international market positioning efforts and oversees the company’s on-going expansion initiatives into emerging markets. Jenna’s goal is to drive the delivery of integrated digitization solutions aligned to changing customer requirements.
Jenna brings to her role a well-established background in training, simulation, business development, and professional services. Jenna has spent the past 12 years acquiring and honing her skills in the training and simulation industry across various phases of project development and delivery. This includes, but is not limited to; content development;, production management; program and installation management; proposal and product development; customer relations; and marketing and sales.
Embracing the core values of innovation, education, and evolution—Jenna is deeply passionate about; technological improvements in education; STEM initiatives; and leveraging emerging technologies to improve learner experiences. Jenna has contributed to numerous initiatives aligned with these passions; this includes serving as a board member for Women in Defense (WID), initiating the central florida Young Professionals Outreach Network (YPON), and participating in various speaking engagements at events to include the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Conference and Interservice/Industry Training Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC).
Recovering Effective Aviation Maintenance Training in a Socially Distanced World
With today’s fast-changing threats, being able to adapt to and integrate fast-growing technologies is the only way the aviation training community will be able to adapt and react quickly enough to ongoing and constantly evolving challenges. But in an environment where new challenges are too fast-changing to be predictable, and where technology continuously outpaces itself, how are aviation trainers able to adopt processes and tools that will enable them to become resilient and adaptable enough to stay safely ahead of all the rapid changes? How can we implement training that can effectively and safely reduce human error while maintaining remote and socially distanced training conditions?
Join Jenna Tuck as she discusses the technological tools that are effective, those that are not, and the best strategies for developing a digitalized aviation maintenance training program that is as adaptive, high-fidelity, and resilient is it needs to be to combat the rapid appearance of changes and challenges. Learn from the examples and strategies that have allowed current tech adopters to see the most success in their own digital transitions so you can develop your own remote, high-fidelity, adaptable, and scalable digitalized training plans for your complex aviation systems.