The Daily Record
May 13, 2019
During one of the first days of Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger Advanced Leadership Development Program, a prompt asked “What would success with this program look like? What would success in a year look like to you?”
Kaitlyn Whiton, a project manager at Discern Health in Mount Vernon, Va., answered “Getting promoted.”/p>
ALDP is designed for midlevel managers who have high potential and aspire to contribute more to their company and grow their career. Several weeks after finishing the program Whiton got promoted to senior project manager./p>
“That’s what it is all about!” said Scott Moores, Loyola University Maryland’s executive education director said during a conference call after Whiton broke the news of her promotion.