Rebecca Bodrero Odewale, M.S., M.B.A.
Adjunct Graduate Faculty
Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning
College of Engineering
Boise State University
1910 University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725-2070
Ms. Odewale has an MS in Instructional Technology from Utah State University and an MBA with an emphasis in Technology Management from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Rebecca is a Certified Performance Technologist through the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI).
Ms. Odewale has been an adjunct faculty in the department since 1998 and works full-time managing learning and human performance programs for a FORTUNE® 100 company. Rebecca has close to two decades of experience designing and developing training programs and other performance improvement interventions. These programs have encompassed a broad range of media and have been applied in a wide variety of environments from federal agencies to large corporations. Within her work, she takes a business-oriented approach, focusing on quality products designed to meet defined needs and goals. She is a published author and has presented at many industry and government conferences.
Rebecca has performed Instructional and Performance Technology work for: Department of Veterans Affairs, Navy, Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Centers for Disease Control, National Guard Bureau, Intermountain Healthcare, Boeing, Albertsons Inc., Lowe’s Companies Inc., Idaho Real Estate Commission, Idaho Supreme Court, Western Governors University, West Publishing Company, WA State Dept of Transportation, and the Smithsonian Institution.
Ms. Odewale has taught:
- OPWL 529 Needs Assessment
- OPWL 530 Evaluation
- OPWL 536 Foundations of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning
- OPWL 537 Instructional Design
- IPT 571 Management Concerns for Performance Technologists
- IPT 597 Special Topics: Cultivating Creative Performance
- IPT 597 Special Topics: Implementation – Best Practices
She has also sponsored internships and projects.