The Use of Information Technology In Human Resource Development and Corporate Training


Dr. Levitch graduated as a student from the Toulouse Graduate School at the University of North Texas within the College of Information with a doctorate in Technologies and Performance Improvement. Her college work included performance management, training in regulatory best practices for human performance, and research methodologies to include analysis structures, research evaluation and assessment and historical recall and long-term research.

Dr. Levitch's proprietary research processes allow us to see IT as it pertains to the evolving business landscape. Her research methodologies are based on business acumen, research environments and experience observing trends and against true delivery of service and product.

Dr. Levitch received scholar and awards from the American Society for Training and Development and American Society for Quality acumen training. Of these credentials, her education compiles over 46 (course) hours of entrepreneurship and business acumen, 36 (course) hours of educational counseling and over 314 (real time) hours in dissertation work, conference speaking and longitudinal investigation and analysis (including statistics decoding, data reconfiguration and statistics, observational research methods, cyber security threats, asset and breaches, disaster/risk management planning and response, professional hacking, and system monitoring and update).

Project Development includes user defining inputs and ASTD models suppporting:

  1. accommodate varying levels of data inputs depending on availability;
  2. project supply up to 30 years and requirements to any year;
  3. can produce intermediate year projections between the base and target years;
  4. can test the likely economic feasibility of requirements projections;
  5. take into account both public and private sector requirements;
  6. include optional modules for countries that wish to use them, e.g., production of ambulatory and hospital services;
  7. provide graphs and summary data and indices to facilitate interpretation;
  8. use split computer screens to visualize input effects on outputs;
  9. can compare multiple scenarios on a single screen or table;
  10. can combine multiple sub-national projections into a national projection;

Moreover, she has completed certifications from ASQ, project management and operation, cyber security training, (former) 2nd level clearance, and other compliance's in well-received and highly acclaimed Institutes in Fort Worth, Houston and Denton, Texas. Dr. Fisher is known as a a Chief Information Security Officer. Chief Information Security Officers’ are one whom implements Cybersecurity National Action Plans (CNAP) and National Institute for Justice (NIJ) training. Nationally, she complies with a variety of security program activities for credit including security awareness training High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that takes a sequence of short-term and long-term processes to improve cybersecurity postures within individual and special level securities, business organizations, the Federal Government and across the country and globally.