Ann Marie Ronsman is a pioneer and evangelist for use of microlearning through text in nonprofit organizations of all sizes. She has served the nonprofit community through roles in leadership, curriculum development and training in healthcare, higher education and child welfare settings for over 20 years. She is known for her outside the box thinking on training within the nonprofit community. She has expertise in developing engaging microlearning strategies which are effective from Boomers to Gen Z. She is the Training Director at CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County. She is also a Registered Nurse as well as a Trust Based Relational Intervention Practitioner and content expert for the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development. She founded her own training and consulting company, Mustard Seed Communications through trains individuals and nonprofit organizations in educational design and implementation of trauma informed practices.