Michael Wiseman is the Senior Manager of Learning Development for Lowes Foods, where he leads a team that creates dynamic on-the-job and mobile learning experiences for a fast-paced retail environment. In his spare time, Michael also podcasts about professional wrestling and writes about Winston-Salem, NC and its citizens.
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