Belinda Platt is a project manager for digital education initiatives within the Yale Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning. Belinda’s primary role is to help instructors conceive, create, disseminate, and maintain materials for online courses across various platforms. Her accolades include winning two Coursera Learners First Award for Everyday Parenting taught by Dr. Alan Kazdin, The Science of Well-Being taught by Dr. Laurie Santos, and placing top three in the American Society of Nephrology Innovations in Kidney Education Contest in 2018 for a web-based module created in collaboration with Dr. Namrata Krishnan. She loves sharing Yale’s expertise with the world so reach out to her with your ideas! Belinda graduated from Cornell University in 2013 with a degree in Industrial and Labor Relations and a minor in Communications.