It is more important than ever to offer alumni a variety of ways to engage with their university after graduation. While the job market is constantly shifting and evolving, the demand for credentials is greater than it ever has been before. RNL has partnered with 3 premiere curriculum providers to offer an extensive group of campus partners in-demand, non-credit professional certificates built for your alumni who are looking to level up and upskill.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar and learn how to:
- Drive alumni engagement and loyalty through lifelong learning opportunities
- Establish new revenue streams in a rapidly changing industry landscape
- Offer certificates in high-demand industry subject areas with premiere curriculum partners
About the presenters
Robert Green, Vice President of Digital Learning, RNL
Rob Green is a senior business operations and product entrepreneur, serving as RNL's vice president of digital learning. Previously, Rob was the vice president for digital learning at Columbia College Chicago, while working as a consultant to RNL, working with the CEO on projects focused in the lifelong learning space. Rob has consistently pushed the envelope in higher education, arts, and technology.
Chris Bingley, Senior Vice President, RNL
Chris Bingley has 15 years of experience in higher education fundraising. His expertise runs the full spectrum of fundraising management, including annual giving, stewardship, alumni relations, planned giving, and public relations.
Michele Robinson, Executive Director of Engagement and Regional Development, Louisiana Tech University
Michele has returned to her alma mater in the spring of 2014 as Director of Major Gifts after more than two decades of working in nonprofit organization management, development, and consulting including as President of Louisiana Association of United Ways. She has served on several Board of Directors including Volunteer!United, Capital Area Alliance for the Homeless, Kappa Delta Chapter Advisory Board, and the Louisiana Tech University Alumni Association and is a graduate of the 2012 Leadership Louisiana Class, a program of the Council for a Better Louisiana.