The Risk Management Association has named John Sullivan its academic market & assessment director. Sullivan will oversee RMA executive education offerings such as the RMA/Wharton Advanced Risk Management Program, as well as the association’s Credit Risk Certification and other RMA assessment and credentialling.
He will serve as the executive staff liaison to the RMA Foundation, which awards scholarships to college students pursuing a career in financial services.
Sullivan’s experience includes positions at the Center for Creative Leadership, Darden School of Business, and Duke Corporate Education, where he led project managers and designers in creating, developing, and delivering customised solutions and strategies for clients and programme participants across the globe. He has published numerous business and leadership articles and is a former broadcast journalist for CNN.
“John has deep experience in learning and development and bringing client-focused solutions to executives and their teams,” said RMA chief strategy officer Brian Weiss.
“I am confident that he will build on RMA’s leading executive education, assessment, and credentialling in a way that will benefit practitioners, their institutions, and the industry.”
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