Veteran edtech and business development executive brings more than two decades of experience to AllCampus to lead expansion of corporate partnership team and network
Chicago (April 28, 2022) –– AllCampus, which partners with leading, traditional higher education institutions to grow online enrollment and maximize market share, today announced the appointment of Jeremy Walsh as Executive Vice President of Corporate Partnerships to lead the company’s expansion of its extensive network of enterprise and university partners.
Walsh brings more than 20 years of experience leading and driving growth in the learning technology and higher education industries to AllCampus. He joins AllCampus at a time when leading employers are expanding their investments in employee education benefits and implementing learning and education as a corporate strategy. In his new role, he will oversee AllCampus’ deep collaboration with employer partners and the companies expanding their focus on career connected education. Walsh will also expand AllCampus’ growing efforts to support employers in the new and emerging demands for upskilling and reskilling.
“Over the past year, we have significantly expanded our network of corporate partners and the graduate and certificate programs we’re able to provide to their millions of employees nationwide to help close the pervasive skills gap,” said Joe Diamond, CEO of AllCampus. “With his extensive experience in higher education and business development, Jeremy is the perfect fit to continue this growth and momentum, and lead our talented corporate partnerships team.”
Prior to joining AllCampus, Walsh served as Vice President of Sales for Jenzabar, where he led the company’s go-to-market efforts, innovation strategy and growth plans. He also previously served as Founder & General Manager of Wiley Beyond and Senior Vice President of Enterprise Learning Solutions at Wiley, and held executive roles at Learning House and Kaplan.
“I’m honored to join AllCampus and continue to expand on the great work the team is doing for the students and employers we support,” said Walsh. “AllCampus already has a vast network of enterprise partners, and I’m looking forward to working with these impressive companies and our equally impressive university partners to deliver career-centered education solutions for millions of students and employees nationwide.”
Launched in 2015, AllCampus’s corporate partner network comprises over 4,000 companies, representing 60 industries –– including engineering, financial services, healthcare, IT and more –– and reaching over 20 million working professionals with online degree and certificate programs from AllCampus’s partner institutions, including the University of Florida, Purdue University and Vanderbilt University. Current corporate partners featured within the network include Amazon, Goldman Sachs, IBM, JP Morgan Chase, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, Pfizer and United Healthcare.
To learn more about or join AllCampus’s network of corporate partners, please visit: https://www.allcampus.com/for-companies/. For more information on how the network benefits universities, please visit: https://www.allcampus.com/online-program-management/corporate-partnerships/.
To learn more about AllCampus and its services and university partners, please visit: www.allcampus.com.
AllCampus creates value for leading universities by expanding their reach and cultivating relationships with students who seek to advance their lives through education. It offers comprehensive, tailored online program management (OPM) services, powered by industry-leading technology — all with the university’s unique identity and brand top of mind. It has built its reputation on delivering measurable results, being an honest broker, and providing high levels of service to its two primary constituencies: prospective and enrolled students, and university administrators. AllCampus’ deep research, powerful insights and understanding of current job market and employer needs helps its partners tailor their offerings to optimize student outcomes and return on investment. The company’s flexible payment and service options include bundled or unbundled offerings and fee-for-service management or a customized low and sustainable revenue share plan.