Jamie Morley, Ph.D.
Dr. Jamie Morley began her career in post-secondary education as an allied health faculty member in 1992. She holds a Ph.D. in Adult Education, a Master’s degree in Organizational Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Dr. Morley has served as a Program Director, Dean, Executive Director, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer in organizations with varying ownership structures from privately held through publicly traded. From 1997-2001 she owned and operated Trinity Learning Solutions, a college that offered advanced computer certification training online. Dr. Morley served as Vice President of Academic Affairs at Gibbs College, a college owned by Career Education Corporation. She recently served as Chief Academic Officer for Carrington College Group Incorporated, a subsidiary of DeVry Inc, where she directed the academic operations and outcomes for 21 campuses with over 17,000 students and 1,500 faculty. Since 2011, Dr. Morley has held the position of CEO and Academic Specialist at Education Consulting Solutions, LLC.
Dr. Morley is actively involved in issues that impact private sector education. She served as a Commissioner for the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) from 2008-2013. She is a past Chair for the APSCU Nursing Subcommittee and the Advisory Committee to the New Mexico Commission on Higher Education. Jamie is published and speaks on topics that are near and dear to her heart including academic compliance, accreditation, and online instruction.
Spring Zutes began her career in financial aid in 1979 following her graduation from Arizona State University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Political Science.
Spring joined Mitchell Sweet and Associates, a financial aid consulting firm, and over 9 years became the Executive Vice President responsible for overall company operations for what developed into the largest financial aid consulting firm in the country managing 400 million in federal aid for 300 schools nationwide. Spring interpreted new laws and regulations, designed and maintained computer systems to ensured compliance in the administration of Title IV funds. From 1991 to 2003 Spring worked as an independent consultant assisting schools on the administration of Title IV programs and providing certification for receipt of funds for schools operating on a system of reimbursement. From 2004 to 2010 as an employee of Apollo Colleges, Spring continued oversight of federal, state and private student financial aid, Career Services and Registrar operations. Spring’s public service includes Commissioner, Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education (1994 to 1997) and Board Member, Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education (2005 to 2010).
David Luce began his career in post-secondary education as the Manager of Business Development for ITT Educational Services, Inc. (ITTESI) in 1984. He holds a Master of Science degree in Educational Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. During his tenure at ITTESI David also served as a Regulatory and Legislative Affairs Representative, Manager of Accreditation and Licensing and Assistant Director of Accreditation and Licensing prior to leaving the organization in 2006. From 2006 to 2016 David served as the Senior Director, Accreditation and Licensing and Assistant Vice President, Accreditation and Licensing for Corinthian Colleges Inc. (CCi) and its successor, Zenith Education Group (ZEG). While at CCi/ZEG he directed the accreditation and licensing activities for more than 100 campuses. David’s has experience working with numerous accrediting agencies, including; the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET), Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC), Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB), Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and Western Association of Colleges and Schools (WASC).
In addition, David has worked with multiple state licensing and approval agencies and has appeared before many of the agencies in conjunction with new campus and program applications. David has been an ACCSC and ACICS evaluator and an ACICS team chair on numerous school visits. He served as a Commissioner for ACICS from 2001-2006 and again from 2009-2013.
Susan began her career in post-secondary education fifteen years ago as an adjunct faculty member teaching within the business department. As a faculty member at the for-profit, post-secondary college, she was attracted to the role accreditation plays in the delivery of a quality program and soon became the Director of Compliance. In 2007 she relocated to DC and joined ACICS. Her early responsibilities included managing 1,500+ volunteers serving as evaluators and worked to transition a manual documentation submission process to an online method. As Vice President of Accreditation Operations, she guided the 900+ member institution’s on the type of substantive or non-substantive actions required to maintain a quality, compliant program. As VP of Accreditation Operations with ACICS, Susan has experience working with State Department of Education agencies, Homeland Security, and the U.S. Department of Education.
Susan holds a Master of Business Administration and her employment history includes management and executive level positions as an Estimator in the manufacturing field; Quality Assurance Director in the telecommunications field and owner of an early childhood school. Her expertise is in working with motivated teams to find successful solutions to operational challenges.
My name is Mike Bartel and I have been in higher education Information Technology for the last 25 years. My specialization over those 25 years in both not for profit and for profit organizations has been the student information systems, or SIS, and in particular my participation in the development of C2000 and the subsequent versions of Campus Management Corporation SIS tools. As a beta customer in 1997 at a not for profit and later as a large enterprise customer at a for profit I have a strong understanding of the tools, its underlying structure and logic, and of the business processes themselves for higher education institutions of all kinds.
Most organizations are not leveraging the full potential or reaping the full value of their investments from the CMC software tools. Over the years I have found that in order to maximize the value from the software and its support contract its necessary to engage an internal resource that will represent the schools interest as the priority while working with CMC to achieve the best results from the software and its support agreements.
I would be happy to discuss your institution’s needs, long term plans, and short term pain points to help identify ways I could help you maximize your value and efficiency from your student information system.