SACRAMENTO, Calif.—The California Association of Private Postsecondary Schools (CAPPS) recently announced that Beylor Meza, Chief Operating officer for North-West College, would be joining its board’s Executive Committee. With more than 200 member institutions, CAPPS has advocated for the interests of private, postsecondary institutions in California for 50 years.
“I am honored to join CAPPS’ Executive Committee and am grateful for the chance to contribute to an organization that has done tremendous work for our sector of education,” explained Meza.
Led by Executive Director Robert Johnson, CAPPS has worked with California Governors, the State Legislature and other elected officials, and a number of regulatory agencies that oversee the sector. The organization aims to shine a light on the needs of all its members, keeping them at the forefront of the sector—whether small approved schools or large publicly traded institutions. In addition to its advocacy efforts, CAPPS also offers a number of professional development opportunities for its members.
CAPPS’ Executive Committee serves as a steering committee for the entire Board of Directors. It examines the organization’s progress toward goals and provides valuable oversight—ensuring the institution remains true to its mission.
“I’m excited to serve with an organization that has consistently demonstrated its heart and vision for our sector of education,” Meza shared. “Their tireless efforts have made it possible for North-West College and so many others to continue to change lives through quality career education.”
For more information about North-West College and its programs, please contact Nancy Aguillon at NancyA@success.edu.
About North-West College
Founded in 1966, North-West College has been committed to training individuals to enter and advance in the health care field for more than 55 years. A leader in allied health education, the College offers short-term programs at nine campuses throughout Southern California, including West Covina, Pomona Valley, Van Nuys, Glendale, Riverside, Anaheim, Long Beach, San Diego, and Bakersfield. The College’s first seven campuses are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), while the San Diego and Bakersfield campuses hold institutional accreditation from the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). Approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE), North-West College offers a supportive educational environment for those ready to start a health care career. To date, the College has graduated more than 55,000 students—individuals who have gone on to raise the standard of excellence at health care organizations of all types.
For more information about North-West College and its programs, visit www.nw.edu.