The culture of giving at Apollo Education Group® permeates every level of the organization, guided by core values that shape our goals and direct our actions. We continually strive to find innovative ways to apply the resources of Apollo Education Group in meeting community needs. And at the heart of every relationship, we work to maintain respect for individual and cultural differences. Apollo Education Group entities enable access to entire populations that might not otherwise be able to earn a degree, enhance their careers, and balance the other demands on their lives.
For example, one of the keys to increasing the number of women entering these historically male-dominated fields are programs that encourage girls’ interest in STEM from a young age. Mary Morgan, senior director of infrastructure engineering at Apollo Education Group, is helping to do just that. Morgan recently volunteered to mentor 10 girls, in grades four through eight at the Arizona Science Center’s Girls in STEM program.
“I know from my own experience how crucial it is to see female role models both in the classroom and actually working in the technology industry,” Morgan says. “As a mentor for these girls, my goal is to inspire them to choose a career in STEM by giving them as much exposure as possible while also breaking down any boundaries they have set for themselves.”
Apollo Education Group was inducted into the Arizona Million Dollar Circle of Excellence. The award showcases Apollo Education Group’s commitment to being a good community partner and supporting minority- and women-owned businesses as an important part of the business structure.
Apollo Education Group is especially committed to supporting efforts to cultivate diversity and inclusion in the community through initiatives that focus on advancing opportunities for diverse populations. The company is committed to promoting an environment of inclusion — one in which all individuals are valued and all values are heard.
It is my passion to create more culturally diverse corporate environments that work propels me to develop educational opportunities for multicultural students that will ultimately allow them to become successful in business.
Chief financial officer, University of Phoenix