Kathleen Pingelski is an owner of MicroKnowledge, Inc. and president of its affiliated professional development training company, ProKnowledge. She manages client accounts and new business development for both companies, including oversight of large training rollouts. Kathleen regularly presents to customers, associations and community organizations on a variety of topics related to the use of technology in the workplace. Her technical experience includes the development and delivery of numerous transition projects, including Office suite proprietary technology rollouts.
With more than 28 years’ experience in creating and delivering training to end-users and professional trainers, Kathleen consults with clients in creating effective, efficient training plans for varying audiences within a single organization, identifying target skills and business processes and then building training programs to meet those needs.
A graduate of Ulster Community College with an associate’s degree in individual studies, she also holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the State University of New York at Oneonta. Kathleen is committed to giving back to the community and has served on several boards of directors. Currently she is on the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce board and is a committee member for Circles of Mercy. Kathleen is on the Links to Leadership committee. She is also an officer for the Edison Club and involved in the American Heart Association.
Under her leadership, MicroKnowledge was named an Albany Business Review Best Place to Work in 2004 – 2008 and 2016. Kathleen was honored with the Capital Region Chamber’s Women of Excellence award in 2017 and the Times Union’s Women@Work Top 10 Women to Watch in 2016.
2022 Updates from Your Friends at MicroKnowledge
Happy Warm Weather! We have been busy at MicroKnowledge with client training and consulting, and in addition to assisting our clients, we have taken on