About Phil

“Not having heard something is not as good as having heard it; having heard it is not as good as having seen it; having seen it is not as good as knowing it; knowing it is not as good as putting it into practice.” (Xun Kuang)


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I spend most days as Training Manager at Celigo, an iPaaS company. I routinely training sessions several times a week to acclimate users to our integrator.io tool. Integrations are a fast growing industry and our company helps connect applications to ensure efficient data is shared where and when it is needed most.

Please check out some of my work on my portfolio page.

CoDesign Learning Solutions

As the Chief CoDesign Officer at CoDesign Learning Solutions, will work directly with you to understand your core business needs and provide you time and cost efficient eLearning and multimedia solutions that provide actionable results.

We work with you throughout the process of design to truly understand your needs and the needs of your end users. Why are they there, what challenges will the training solve, what is causing the gaps in knowledge for most of the users, and more. We work with you each step of the way to ensure we don’t just design, we CoDesign the project right along with you.

Visit CoDesign Learning Solutions or contact codesignlearning@gmail.com for eLearning, technical documentation, or other explainer material needs. To review the work hhttps://www.codesignlearning.com/portfolio/ere.


I am a proud graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater (B.S.E., Special Education, 2001) and the University of Colorado – Denver (M.A., Information and Learning Technologies, 2009).


With all of the benefits and advantages I’ve been allowed in this life, volunteering and giving back is essential. For more about my volunteer work and the organizations I’ve partnered with, please see my volunteering page.


I am a proud father of three brilliant daughters and husband to an amazing wife. Though I was born and raised in Grafton, WI, I now proudly call the rapidly-growing Westfield, IN my home.