Building an Online School using Thinkific (Jake Hassel-Gren & Rob Galvin Interview)

Thinkific’s Content Marketing Manager Tyler Basu interviews Jake Hassel-Gren & Rob Galvin on how they worked together to build a custom-designed online school with multiple courses and instructors using Thinkific.


About Jake Hassel-Gren:

Jake Hassel-Gren has been designing, delivering and developing transformational learning and performance programs for more than 20 years. For the past decade, she worked in the financial sector, where she most recently held the position of Vice-President Commercial Banking. During her time in banking, one of Jake’s primary responsibilities was designing and delivering customized learning to both large corporate groups and smaller, more intimate audiences on a wide range of topics including; business management excellence, leadership, customer experience, multi-generational team dynamics, sales and business development. This work ultimately proved to be her true passion and in 2016, Jake left banking to launch LEAP Learning Lab, which is built to deliver specialized live-learning programs and customized on-line learning to accelerate the success of female entrepreneurs, innovators, leaders and millennials.

Check out LEAP Learning Labonline school here: leaplearninglab.ca

About Rob Galvin:

Rob Galvin is a certified Thinkific Expert and founder of Themeific where he hand crafts one of a kind themes for entrepreneurs looking to build and grow an online course or membership business using Thinkific. Going beyond site “looks”, Rob analyzes your sales and traffic strategy so you can maximize your potential to create a raving fan funnel.

Get your free personalized Thinkific recommendation at themeific.thinkific.com

To watch the interview, click on the video below:

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Very informative. What was the name of the two back-end systems or integrations you mention? I think Drip was one you mentioned.