Katie Potter

Director

Houston

Katie Potter is a Director in Control Risks’ eLearning practice, based in the Houston office. Katie manages Control Risks' digital training business globally, and coordinates with experts globally on digital content delivery. 

Katie Potter is a Director in Control Risks’ eLearning practice, based in the Houston office. Katie manages Control Risks' digital training business globally, and coordinates with experts globally on digital content delivery. 

Prior to this role, Katie spent 4 years managing the Americas sales team for CORE, the intelligence SAAS from Control Risks. 


Highlights of Katie's recent experience includes:
  • Design, development, and delivery of an eLearning course specific to risks in Latin America, delivered in LatAm Spanish and English. The course is included a multi-lesson format based on an activity-focused model of assessment, offering a structured and well-paced program of engaging activities within the course. 
  • The design and delivery of a digital humanitarian security management handbook for a global NGO. The programme included training for all levels of security personnel at a regional level, and was delivered in 3 languages for implementation globally. 
  • Design, development and delivery of an Insider risk awareness training module for use in addition to our programmatic development work in this space. 

Katie has a BscEcon in International Politics from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. 

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