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Insights on Higher Education’s Next Normal: Building a Strategy for Sustained Growth


Oct 27, 2021 01:20 PM

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Amrit Ahluwalia
Editor-in-Chief @The EvoLLLution: A Modern Campus Illumination
Amrit Ahluwalia is the Editor in Chief of The EvoLLLution, an online newspaper focused on non-traditional higher education and the transforming postsecondary marketplace. He also serves as Director of Strategic Insights for Modern Campus. Ahluwalia was part of the team that conceived of and launched The EvoLLLution.
Madeline Pumariega
President @Miami Dade College
Madeline Pumariega is the first female president to lead Miami Dade College. Her passion for innovation in higher education was born out of her own experiences, first as a student and then as an administrator. She prioritizes working with business partners to match higher education programs to their needs.
Frank Dooley
Chancellor @Purdue University-Global
Frank Dooley is currently Chancellor of Purdue University Global. Prior, Dooley has worked for Purdue University since 1998. Some of his roles included Senior Vice Provost, Associate Vice Provost, and Professor. He was a key leader of the Purdue team that secured the regulatory approvals and helped launch Purdue Global.
Sue Ellspermann
President @Ivy Tech Community College
With more than 30 years of experience in higher education, economic and workforce development, and public service, Sue Ellspermann has served as President of Ivy Tech Community College since 2016. In this capacity, Ellspermann has been instrumental in launching Ivy Tech’s five-year strategic plan.
Philip Regier
CEO of EdPlus @Arizona State University
Phil Regier, PHD, is university dean for educational initiatives and CEO of EdPlus at Arizona State University. Regier is responsible for expanding the university’s digital immersion program and advancing the university’s leadership role in education innovation.
Thomas A. Stith III
President @North Carolina Community College System
Thomas A. Stith III is the 10th president of the NCCCS. Prior to this, he was district director of the U.S. Small Business Administration, where he led the federal agency’s $16 billion response to COVID-19 in North Carolina. He has extensive experience in both private and public sector executive roles.