Colloquy, a leading partner for the development of online-education programs for higher education, today announced the formation of its National Advisory Board. The Board will be comprised of six senior executives from across the education services sector. Expected to meet quarterly, the Board will advise Colloquy leadership on trends in higher education, marketing and sales strategy, product development, and competitive strategies.
“The inaugural members of the Colloquy National Advisory Board bring together broad, deep knowledge in areas ranging from technology and leadership skills to learning theory and entrepreneurship,” said Colloquy President Tim Gilbert. “This expertise will support Colloquy’s continuous innovation, strengthen its connections to our business partners’ needs, and enable us to continue offering leading-edge online-education products and services to our clients.”
“Collectively, the membership of this Board has more than 200 years of experience in education and the businesses that serve education,” said Advisory Board Director and Member Bill Bradfield, founder and former CEO of Perceptis, Inc. “We will leverage this experience on behalf of Colloquy’s institutional partners and their students.”
The inaugural members of Colloquy’s National Advisory Board include:Jim Treleaven – President & CEO, Via Strategy Group In addition to serving as president and CEO of Via Strategy Group (VSG), which advises CEOs on growth and turnaround strategies, Jim Treleaven is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Illinois, Department of Information and Decision Sciences. He has had a successful career in industry as the CEO of both public and private technology companies ranging in size from $40 to $500 million. Most recently, he was chairman and CEO of Catalyst International, a NASDAQ-listed supply chain software company. He also served as president of DeVry University-Chicago, which serves 15,000 students in undergraduate and graduate programs in business and technology. He currently serves on the boards of TechAmerica and the Illinois Technology Association and the advisory boards of three graduate business schools.