Official Press Release - Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce

Change by Design Begins New Project with Repeat Client Texas Department of State Health Services This October

In partnership with Jacksonville-based management consulting company ISF, Change by Design announced today that they will begin a second contract with Texas Department of State Health Services to design and develop additional certification eLearning to train health workers all over Texas in HIV surveillance techniques.

Change by Design, a Tallahassee management consulting company that focuses on instructional design and performance improvement, will complement the six hours of eLearning the company already delivered to Texas through ISF in February of this year with this new cohort of eLearning.

Says Dr. Sue Ebbers, President of Change by Design: “We are thrilled that Texas DSHS has contracted our company again through our partner ISF to build upon the certification curriculum we designed and developed for them this past year. Enabling the public health workforce of the state of Texas to precisely conduct HIV surveillance as the result of the effective training courses we design, develop and deliver to them is very much part of our mission empower employees to do their jobs…and do them well.”

The new project begins October 1.

About Change by Design

Celebrating 10 years of business this year, Change by Design is an award-winning management consulting company that works with government, companies and other organizations to improve their performance through learning and change.

From Fortune 500 companies to local businesses, from local non-profits to the federal government, Dr. Sue Ebbers and her consultant team provide solutions with two focuses. We build workforce capacity through any type of effective learning events (training of all types!) and we strategically transform talent and organizational processes to produce highly-acclaimed results and achieve positive, durable impact.

Change by Design has proven experience in telecommunications, banking, manufacturing, education, energy, pharmaceuticals, electronic commerce, transportation, health and prevention, child welfare/prevention/social services, law enforcement, associations, national nonprofits, and academia sectors.