Mali Irvin. Instructional Designer / Teacher

Mali Irvin. Instructional Designer with intermediate experience developing course content, outlines, learning objectives, storyboards, assessments, evaluations, written materials and interactive media for children and adults. Strong knowledge of adult learning theories and principles (BLOOMS, Gagne's, ADDIE). Experience developing and editing e-learnings and content with: Vyond, Canva, SharePoint, Articulate 360, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign. Fast learner, self-motivated.

M.A., Int'l Development - American University; B.A. Writing, Communications - Sarah Lawrence College. Certificate in Data Analytics - Northeastern University.

Teach For America Greater New Orleans (2009, 2010)


Save the Children Gender Equality Program Guidance and Toolkit: Engendering transformational change

Gender equality is inextricably linked to child rights, and around the world gender discrimination results in critical child rights violations. As Save the Children, it is essential that we identify and address the specific needs of girls, boys, women, and men across our program cycle if we are to fulfill our vision of a world where every girl and every boy attains their equal right to survival, protection, development, and participation. This process of gender equality integration, often called