Walker is replacing Barbara Kearns, who was recently promoted to the Regional Director of Regulatory Affairs and Compliance at IBMC College. IBMC's new Campus President will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations at the campus and acting as a leader to the staff and faculty. Walker is charged with the mission of ensuring compliance with all regulatory and statutory guidelines, delivering sound financial guidance and providing support to each college department, among a host of other duties.
In the last 35 years, he has worked in a variety of executive, director and managerial roles. He has been employed at Executive Money, Inc. in Denver, CO; Ohio Center for Broadcasting in Denver, CO; Jobing.com in Denver, CO; LeSEA Broadcasting in Denver and Colorado Springs, CO; Starz Encore Group in Englewood, CO and Time Warner in Denver, CO.
Earlier in his career, Walker worked at Retlaw Broadcasting in Monterey, CA; Sainte Broadcasting in Salinas, CA, KSCU-FM Radio in Santa Clara, CA and Mitty High School in San Jose, CA.
"Mark's rich, professional experience and heart for changing the lives of students will be an asset to IBMC College," stated Steve Steele, CEO.
Walker holds an MBA in Marketing from Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ and a BA in Communications and Journalism from Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, CA. In addition, he is a Master Graduate of Rapport Leadership International in Las Vegas, NV.
For more information about IBMC College in Longmont, 2315 North Main Street, please call (303) 651-6819 or visit ibmc.edu.
IBMC College Information:
Founded in 1987, IBMC College has been owned and operated by The Laub Company, Inc. since 1991 and operates campuses in Fort Collins, CO; Greeley, CO; Longmont, CO and Cheyenne, WY.
IBMC College is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools to offer certificate, diploma and Associate of Occupational Studies Degree programs in the areas of business, computer support, cosmetology, dental, healthcare, legal and massage fields. Career training programs take 19 months or less to complete, as prescribed. Programs do vary by campus.
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