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Kelly Wortham

KELLY WORTHAM Kelly Wortham is the founder and moderator of the Test & Learn Community (TLC), a growing and active community of experimentation experts and practitioners who meet regularly to discuss topics relevant to the optimization industry. She is an optimization SME with expertise developed over the last 15+ years in evidence-driven ideation and prioritization,

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Test and Learn Community

TEST & LEARN COMMUNITY Join one of the largest, most active experimentation communities with hundreds of members committed to helping one another learn and impact their organizations with optimization right practice! Join today to get your invitation to the TLC Slack community and invites to all future conversations like those below. Joining is completely free

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Leadership Team

OUR INDUSTRY INNOVATORS, EDUCATORS, AND EXPERTS Lee Blankenship Founder + Chief Executive Officer Linkedin-in Mike Gustafson President Linkedin-in Steve Gustafson Chief Operating Officer Linkedin-in Pat Hofford Chief Financial Officer Linkedin-in Andy Smelser Senior Director of People Services Linkedin-in Tim Trus Practice Lead, Applied Analytics + Optimization Linkedin-in Troy Gatchell Practice Lead, Data + Cloud Engineering

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Test & Learn Community – Join the conversation!

Several years ago, in a small conference room with a view of the Pacific, I was talking optimization with 17 others at the XChange conference. The conversation was lively, educational, and zingy in that way that makes a person want to collaborate and optimize! But, mid-conversation (mid-revelation, really), we were told our time was up

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