Instructional Designer
Instructional Designer


Sarah Ullmann is an instructional designer at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), where she holds a pivotal role within the National Security Directorate. She collaborates closely with stakeholders and subject matter experts to create high-impact educational and training materials essential to PNNL's mission.

In her position, Ullmann acts as a bridge between PNNL and its distinguished US government partners. Her work involves developing cutting-edge, performance-based instructional resources that are nothing short of mission-critical. These materials enable PNNL's personnel to be exceptionally prepared to fulfill their vital roles in protecting national interests.

Ullmann’s forte lies in crafting personalized learning experiences, with a strong focus on optimization and effectiveness. Her approach goes beyond traditional instructional design; it's a commitment to conveying knowledge that is both deeply comprehended and retained. By infusing innovation and precision into her training programs, she equips PNNL's workforce to excel in the ever-evolving landscape of national security.

Ullmann's dedication to excellence helps PNNL personnel have access to top-tier instructional resources.

Research Interest

  • Instructional design
  • Education and training
  • E-learning
  • National security


  • BA in business administration, Eastern Washington University