Pilgrim Talks: David Poole, VP for CBU Online

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Dr. David Poole

VP for CBU Online

Dr. David Poole currently serves as Vice President for Online and Professional Studies and Associate Professor of Education at California Baptist University.  In addition to general institutional oversight as an officer of the University, he has responsibility for all academic and administrative management of online, hybrid and education center programs for this new division within CBU.

The division of CalBaptist Online and Professional Studies was established to respond to the very different needs of the “new normal” generation of students – the non-traditional student that balances professional and family responsibilities while advancing their education. Their online and hybrid programs are tailored to meet the needs of today’s students and give them the 24/7 flexibility expected for 21st century learning. CBU Online and Professional Studies, gives students:

  • Individual Advisors who help them throughout their time completing the program
  • An interactive environment where there is more than just reading a syllabus and doing assignments
  • A cost effective education with financial aid options
  • Accessible to meet student needs, on their schedule
  • Latest technologies in distance education including Blackboard 9.1, Telepresence, and Webex.
  • World class faculty who are committed to the students’ academic, professional, and spiritual success

Dr. Poole served as Vice President of Marketing and Product Development at Virtual CEO, Inc., a research and business knowledge company serving the $100+ billion global consulting market.  Their clients include such organizations as Deloitte & Touche, Lockheed Martin, UCLA, Department of Defense and Lucent Technologies.  As a member of the senior management team, he was responsible for consultant recruitment, marketing, brand management and the development of products and content that encompassed eight vertical markets in four languages.

Dr. Poole served thirteen years with Pepperdine University where he was Executive Director for all Executive Programs with responsibility for enrollment and program management of four executive graduate degree programs.  Under his leadership, the Executive MBA program was recognized in 1999 by Business Week as one of the “Leading Twenty” in the nation.  In 2001 the program was ranked eleventh globally, fourth in strategy and first in ethics.

For more information about CBU Online visit: www.cbuonline.edu

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