Dr. Ron Tredway, SPHR, CPLP

Executive Director, HR/Employee & Organizational Development

Ron joined the University of Tennessee in 2010, bringing over 25 years of management and leadership experience in a variety of functions, including human resources and training. His training experience includes technical training, leadership development and team development. After completing a B.S. in Business Administration and an M.B.A. in Management, Ron went on to earn a doctorate in Training and Development from NC State University in 2005. Currently, Dr. Tredway oversees the Employee and Organizational Development department, UT’s Leadership Institute, and HR State-wide Strategic Planning.

Professional Certifications: SPHR, CPLP, SHRM-SCP

Program Certifications: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People; Life Orientations (LIFO); Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).

Areas of Focus: Leadership Development, Organization Development; Needs Assessment; Strategic Planning; Change Management; Self Awareness (MBTI; FiRO-B; DiSC; LSI; COI).

Volunteer/Outreach: Speaker- CUPA-HR Southern Region Conference; Speaker-TVHRA Strategic Leadership Conference.

Faith Lewis

Senior Training Consultant

Faith joined Employee & Organizational Development (EOD) in July 2018. Prior to her current role in EOD, she held positions in organizational development, facilitation, and employee coaching and leadership development. She has worked in the business industry as a HR Training & Development Coordinator. In this role, she facilitated and coordinated professional development programs for a 400-employee manufacturing company in Southern Indiana.

She has also worked as an adjunct instructor for several colleges, teaching organizational leadership, psychology, professional communication, and first year experience courses.

She holds a B.A. in Psychology from Indiana University-Southeast, a M.Ed. in Higher Education from James Madison University, and is currently pursuing a M.S. in Human Resources & Management from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

Faith facilitates in-person and online courses as well as delivers customized work team training and organizational development to UT departments. She supports training needs analyses and coordinates various learning events for the EOD office.

Program Certifications: Crucial Conversations, Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

Areas of Focus: Leadership Development; Communication; Conflict Resolution; Team Building; Personal and Professional Development; Adult Education

Leigh Mosley

Senior Training Specialist

Leigh joined EOD in 2018.  A former librarian, she brings to the world of HR her passion for finding, classifying, and disseminating knowledge.  She helps to plan and support UT’s professional-development learning initiatives through EOD’s classes and conferences and also processes External Training Credits and applications to the UT Career Development Fund.

She holds an MLS from Queens College in New York and an MA from the University of Texas at Austin.

Marti Willen

Senior Training Consultant

Marti joined Employee and Organizational Development (EOD) in December 2018. Prior to her current role in EOD, she held positions in volunteer training and development, facilitation, and employee coaching and leadership development in the nonprofit sector. She worked as a director of guest services, facilities, and training leading teams of over 300 staff and volunteers. In this role, she facilitated and coordinated conferences, training courses, and leadership development groups for a campus of over 4000 people.

Marti holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management (2016) as well as an M.B.A. from Tusculum University (2017).

Marti consults with departments at UT to develop and deliver customized and departmental training solutions, strategic planning services, organizational development interventions, and performs professional and personal development services (coaching). She also facilitates in-person and online courses as well as plans, coordinates, and manages learning events for the UT System.