Sessions College Expands Advisory Board

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Multi-disciplinary Industry Experts Help College Prepare Students for the Future of Work

Sessions College, a pioneer in online education and the first accredited online school in design, today announced the appointment of Amy McSheffrey and John Gawley to its Advisory Board.

With a substantial background in digital media, Amy McSheffery brings more than thirty years’ experience to Sessions. After working in video production at Honeywell and Timberline Productions, she started her own video production company that she ran for more 25 years. As owner of Chili Pepper Productions, she created many award-winning corporate videos, television commercials, and fundraising videos for clients across the country and around the world.

John Gawley is a creative residing in the Midwest. He was recently appointed President of the Nebraska chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Designers. He began his career working for the Phoenix Suns where he worked with clients such as Anheuser-Busch, Coca-Cola, Toyota, and Southwest Airlines. He also served as the creative director of Omaha Magazine, transforming it into an award-winning publication.

“It takes a village of experienced industry and subject matter experts to ensure we continue delivering a cutting-edge skills-based curriculum to our students,” said Gordon Drummond, President of Sessions College. “Our Advisory Board is a multi-disciplinary group of veteran artists, designers, and employers who have their finger on the pulse of the digital skills and experience that the future of work will demand.”

Since 1997, Sessions College has written the playbook for delivering accredited skills-based education for adult learners. Students learn through a project-based model collaborating with industry working professionals to master skills and deliverables that they will encounter in the real world.

About Sessions College
Sessions College, founded in 1997, is the pioneer in accredited and affordable online skills-based education that readies adult learners for the digital workforce. Sessions College developed its proprietary DigitalComplete™ platform to provide the best possible interactive experience for students. Students learn via real world projects that reflect the latest industry-relevant skills. More than 17,000 students from 90 countries have received a micro-credential or degree from Sessions College and the school boasts a graduation rate 2.4 times the national average and an employment rate 2.2 times the national average. Sessions College is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) and the Middle States Commission for Secondary Schools (MSA-CSS) and is approved to deliver education in all 50 states through the National Council for State Authorization for Reciprocity Agreements (NC- SARA).

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