In this podcast episode of “Raise the Line,” Group President of Adtalem Health, Kathy Boden Holland, speaks with host Shiv Gaglani about the growing role of online learning, serving the educational needs of people passionate about providing care and a potential surge of interest in healthcare professions in the wake of COVID-19.
Lisa Wardell, Chairman and CEO of Adtalem Global Education, was recently featured on the podcast “All Encompassing” with McLarty Associates. In this episode, Lisa touched on her rise to the position of CEO, the obstacles she faced along the way, Adtalem’s mission to empower students in their careers and how she’s changed the diversity makeup of the company’s leadership. Read her Q&A with host Safiya Ghori-Ahmad.
Amidst the uncertainty of the prolonged pandemic, one thing we know for certain is: education will continue to change and adapt.
As we have been acting in the collective best interest of the public to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus and reopen the economy — financial crimes have not slowed.
Today on Cheddar Inc.’s first episode of, “All Hands: Race Toward Inclusion” Lisa Wardell shared her thoughts on the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and how new skills will be required for a post-pandemic world.
In a recent feature for The Wall Street Journal, Adtalem’s Chairman and CEO Lisa Wardell shared her thoughts on the importance of diversity in the c-suite, across Boards, and hopes for a more equitable future — both from a racial and gender standpoint.
Like many of you, I have closely followed the events of this past week in the U.S., where we witnessed George Floyd – an unarmed black man – die as a result of a white police officer kneeling on his neck as he pleads, “I can’t breathe.”
Five helpful steps for nurses, physicians, first responders and other caregivers to help manage and identify stressors, avoid compassion fatigue, mitigate burnout and keep themselves healthy during these challenging times.
As the world adapts from the effects of COVID-19, we turn to the healthcare workers to keep us safe and standing tall.
As the number of COVID-19 cases in our country multiplies, so has the strain on a primary care system that was already short of physicians and nurses before this crisis hit.
As coronavirus is not only affecting public health, it has caused an incredible amount of uncertainty in the global markets and with business continuity.