Busteed on to Kaplan, New Sheriff in Town at Quincy

By John O. Harney

Comings and Goings …


Brandon Busteed, head of education and workforce development at Gallup for the past seven years, joined Kaplan Inc. in the new role of President, University Partners, Kaplan North America. He will oversee Kaplan’s university partnerships, leveraging assets from across the company’s education offerings, including: international student recruiting, pathway programs, student residence development, online programs, test preparation and supplemental course content. Busteed wrote two articles for NEJHE, the first on campus drinking for our journal edition headlined “Emotional Rescue” and more recently on employability in Equipped for Workplace Success? He was a featured speaker at NEBHE’s Talent 4.0 conference and served as an expert witness to NEBHE’s Commission on Higher Education & Employability.

Norfolk County Sheriff Michael Bellotti announced he’d resign the position he’s held for nearly two decades to become the interim president of Quincy College, succeeding Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch, who had been acting president since May. The municipally affiliated two-year college was dealt a blow in the spring when its  nursing program was shut down by the state.

Agnieszka Kuzniarski, former senior associate dean and executive MBA program director at Hult International Business School in Dubai, was named managing director of Babson Dubai.



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