Dave Mohr

President & CEO

Dave Mohr

President & CEO

Dave Mohr is a higher education operations, accreditation and financial executive with expertise in leading and growing colleges and universities.

Prior experience with medical and healthcare education includes the startup of Alliant International University / St. Luke College of Medicine in Mexico City in 2015; executive and consulting roles with colleges offering allied and behavioral health education programs; and as a team leader and financial specialist for the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). ABHES is an independent non-profit agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education as a specialized, national accrediting body with a mission to accredit institutions predominantly providing health education and specific health education disciplines.

Mr. Mohr has been CFO and CEO of a private equity-backed multisite education holding company (ForeFront Education) and CFO of a regionally accredited international university and its holding company (Alliant International University / Arist Education System). He has significant transaction experience having worked on over 100 acquisitions and financing rounds including equity and senior and mezzanine debt financing. His operational experience includes growth and turnaround management, complex regulatory oversight, process improvement, labor negotiations, program effectiveness and student outcome improvement.

Dave started his career in banking with ABN AMRO / LaSalle National Bank. He holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a BBA in Finance from the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business. Mr. Mohr is an Eagle Scout and Cubmaster, Assistant Scoutmaster and Denver Area Council Committee member with the Boy Scouts of America.

Denver, Colorado

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