DeVry Education Group, now operating under the name Adtalem Global Education (NYSE: ATGE), is a leading educator in the healthcare sector and serves as the parent organization for several prominent universities and schools. With an estimated 2,700 employees, Adtalem's web of institutions includes: The American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Chamberlain University, Ross University School of Medicine, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, and Walden University .
Adtalem's principal mission is to empower students to reach their goals, achieve success, and contribute to the global community. The organization runs Chamberlain University, known to be the number one educator of nursing students in the U.S. The university celebrated the graduation of over 14,000 students between July 2021 and June 2022, all of whom are now poised to help address the projected shortage of half a million nurses by 2030.
As a higher education provider, Adtalem is deeply committed to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture, both within its campuses and in the workforce it readies for the professional world. This commitment extends to the company's hiring practices and colleague programs, and reflects in the demographic diversity of their workforce. With a clear focus on achieving enhanced workforce preparedness, Adtalem equips a diverse population of learners to achieve their goals and make meaningful contributions to the global community.
However, it's important to note that in December 2017, a former administrator brought a civil lawsuit against the company for retaliation and wrongful termination related to complaints about an incentive-based compensation program.
Apart from imparting education, Adtalem also offers certifications and works actively with organizations in the healthcare industry to solve critical workforce talent needs by expanding access to education and certifications.: https://www.adtalem.com/about-us
Address the challenge of recruiting and enrolling students, which could be as a result of concerns about potential incentive-based compensation programs that reward campus deans for enrolling students3.
Address the increasing demand for healthcare professionals, particularly nurses that could strain on their existing resources2.
Help maintain and enhance their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion within DeVry Education Group4.
Help the target company adapt to the growing digitalization in the educational sector1.
Support DeVry Education Group in staying competitive and relevant in the increasingly saturated and evolving global education market5.
The sales cycle will span over a period of three months, with specific timelines set for each phase of the process.1: About Us | Adtalem Global Education