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Global higher education

 MKM is a leader in training and professional development for those who aspire to hire and retain a talented and quality focused workforce.   The Education Division team of outstanding educators is committed to a global approach to higher education.  Our areas of emphasis are:

  • Leadership Development in Colleges and Universities
  • Community Colleges (AA, certificates, credentials)
  • Undergraduate Colleges/Universities (BA/BS, MS/MA, Ed.S.)
  • Research Universities (BA/BS, MA/MS, Ed.S., Ed.D, Ph.D)
  • Organizational Development for staff teams (private, public, profit, non-profit)
  • Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace
  • Certification and Continuing Education Credits

 Gregory Roberts
Gregory Roberts

The Education Programs are under the leadership of Gregory Roberts, Ed.S .   He is a global leader in higher education management, fundraising, and administration. He most recently served as Vice President, Institutional Advancement at Saint Joseph’s College (IN). Previously, he served as Executive Director at ACPA – College Student Educators International, where he expanded international reach and stabilized finances by doubling reserves for this 7,500 member global organization and has served American higher education for over thirty (30) years.

He previously served as Vice President of Student Affairs at Minnesota’s University of St. Thomas (the largest private university in Minnesota). He’s held similar administrative positions at University of Central Missouri, The College of New Jersey, and Indiana University - Bloomington.

He is a Greenleaf Distinguished Alumnus of Indiana University, where he earned a B.Sc. and M.Ed. He also earned his Ed.S. from University of Missouri – Kansas City and a Certificate of Advanced Study from Harvard University Graduate School of Education.

Mr. Roberts has been an advocate for an international education and has supported international student initiative at many college campuses.  His work has carried him around the globe building stronger educational opportunities.  He worked with education professionals from 21 countries and visited many of them.


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