Amy Rell Named Provost for the College for Financial Planning

CENTENNIAL, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Amy Rell, Ph.D., is the new Provost at the College for Financial Planning®—A
Kaplan Company, effective immediately.

“We are excited to welcome Dr. Rell,” said Dirk Pantone, College
president. “In her newly created role, she will serve as the College’s
chief academic officer, responsible for all administrative governance
for the faculty, curriculum, programs and departments. This includes
overseeing faculty development, maintaining and strengthening academic
resources, and enriching the student experience.”

“We feel that the new role is important to the ongoing success of the
College, and that Amy is the perfect person to lead us in this position.”

Rell most recently served as Dean for the Office of Global Education at
Regis University, and before this, Dean at the Community College of
Denver.

Rell received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Spanish Language and
Literature from Tulane University; a Master’s Degree in Spanish
Linguistics from the University of California, Los Angeles; A Doctor of
Philosophy in Hispanic Languages and Literature from the University of
California, Los Angeles; a post graduate certificate from the Chief
International Officer Academy at Duke University; and a graduate
certificate in Women in Leadership at Harvard University. She is a
Fulbright Scholar and a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

About the College for Financial Planning

Founded in 1972, the College for Financial Planning®—A Kaplan
Company provides accessible and flexible degree, non-degree, and
continuing professional education programs to students nationwide.
Shortly after its founding, the College introduced the CERTIFIED
FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification, which is now the world’s most
recognized and respected financial planning credential with more than
80,000 certified professionals.

In addition to its CFP® Certification Professional Education
Program, the College also offers a master’s degree in personal financial
planning and professional designation programs that provide more
in-depth knowledge of the finance industry, with specializations ranging
from asset management and retirement planning to sustainable,
responsible, and impact (SRI) investments. The College for Financial
Planning is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member
of the North Central Association. More than 155,000 students have
graduated from the College’s programs. For more information, visit
cffp.edu.

Contacts

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John.vita@jsvcom.com
847/853-8283

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