An Overview of DeVry Scholars Programs

Unlock Your Team’s Potential and Help Close the Diversity Gap in Tech

Are you looking to help your team make great strides in the tech industry, while helping to close the diversity gap? Look no further than DeVry’s Scholars Programs1  that make it possible for leaders like you to be a part of the charge toward creating a diverse workforce.

 

Represent yourself and your team. Help them show up and show off their skills as you set the bar high for the workforce of tomorrow. At DeVry, we believe that everyone should have an opportunity to explore their potential and build a successful career in tech.

 

Our Scholars Programs provide support through mentorship, community building and development opportunities. For our Women+Tech and NextGen Hispanic Scholars programs, we offer personalized guidance from mentors who understand the unique challenges faced by many underrepresented communities in the field of technology. We also provide our students with a safe space where they can share ideas and resources and learn from their peers as well as mentors who are already established professionals in the industry.

 

Through our Scholars Programs, our goal is to provide equal opportunities for all individuals regardless of race, gender, religion or age. Not only do we strive to create strong pathways that lead our scholars towards success within their own profession — but also within their local and global communities as well. Together, we can strive to ensure that everyone has the chance they deserve at pursuing success while making a real difference in closing the diversity gap in tech!

 

Ready to help unlock your team’s potential — and help close the diversity gap? Join us today and become a part of something bigger!

 

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Our Goal

At DeVry, we strive to enable our scholars with the tools and skills needed for success both inside and outside the classroom. With dedicated support, we hope to propel each scholar onto a journey that leads to pursuing their highest potential.

Since 2021, DeVry's Scholars Programs have helped more than 8,000 students, many of them women, African Americans, and Hispanics, pursue tech careers.

Explore the Impact DeVry Scholar’s Programs Have

You have goals, and we have resources to help you pursue them. The collaborative nature of the DeVry Scholars Programs is intended to help you in three essential areas:

  1. Guidance 

    At DeVry, we provide you with guidance and support from professionals in the tech field so you can pursue your full potential and work toward your success. With access to experienced advice, our students can begin to build the confidence they need to pursue their dream of entering the tech industry — and make a real impact in closing the diversity gap.

  2. Support

    Our Scholars Programs provide extensive support for our scholars throughout their educational journey. We offer mentorship, resources and educational opportunities and we also create a close-knit environment of like-minded peers who can come together to help each other grow and learn - something that has been especially important for underrepresented communities looking for an equal footing in the industry.

  3. Community

    At DeVry, it’s about more than just building individual success — it’s about creating a community that can work together toward a better future. All our scholars have access to a communal space where they can exchange knowledge and resources, while also gaining valuable insight from mentors who are professionals in the field. With this kind of supportive environment, everyone stands a chance at achieving success and making a meaningful contribution in bridging the diversity gap in tech!

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Women+Tech Scholars Program

According to BuiltIn, women represent just 14% of the total workforce for software engineering and 25% of the total workforce for computer science-related jobs2.

We think it’s time to change that. Our Women+Tech Scholars ProgramTM  was designed to help women find their place in the tech industry.

Women + Tech Scholars Program Stats 2024

NextGen Hispanic Scholars Program

While Hispanic workers make up 17% of the U.S. workforce, they represent just 8% of those working in STEM careers3

Our NextGen Hispanic Scholars Program aims to close the digital skills gap by equipping your team members with the knowledge they need to make a difference in the workplace of tomorrow.

Next Gen Hispanics Scholars Program Stats 2024

Future Cyber Defenders Scholars Program

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, cybersecurity jobs are expected to grow 32% on a national level from 2022-20324– and tech-savvy professionals are needed to fill the void. Growth projected on a national level. Local growth will vary by location. BLS projections are not specific to DeVry University students or graduates and may include earners at all stages of their career and not just entry level.

Take your ambition to the next level with a scholars program designed to help you build your network, boost your skills and pursue the career you want.

Future Cyber Defenders Scholars Program Stats 2024

Testimonials From Scholars

Meet Your Program Leaders

Our Scholars Programs Leaders, a group of professionals dedicated to guiding our students and organization leaders towards excellence. Boasting diverse backgrounds in business and technology, these leaders bring real-world experiences and a passion for seeing organizations succeed. They are committed to not just imparting knowledge, but also to inspiring our partners to achieve their full potential. Through mentorship, personalized learning plans and cutting-edge curriculum, they are redefining what it means to be a leader in today's fast-paced, constantly evolving world.

Scarlett Howery  - Vice President, Public Workforce Solutions
Scarlett Howery
Vice President, Public Workforce Solutions

As the Vice President of Public Workforce Solutions at DeVry University, Scarlett Howery leads the strategic development and implementation of innovative programs and partnerships that bridge the gap between education and employment for adult learners.

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Kelly Lamb  - Sr. Operations Manager
Kelly Lamb
Sr. Operations Manager

Kelly Lamb is the Senior Operations Manager, overseeing and operationalizing the scholars programs and workforce partnerships, focusing on internal operations to successfully launch and manage strategic programs and client partnerships. 

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Rachel Doktor - Sr. Operations Specialist
Rachel Dokter
Sr. Operations Specialist

Rachel Dokter is a Senior Operations Specialist at DeVry University.  She plays an active role in DeVry’s scholars programs, including direct interaction with scholars in their courses, data analysis for operations, and developing program enhancements.  

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AdviseHery Council

The Women+Tech Scholars Program AdvisHERy Council (“Scholars Council”) provides advice and recommendations to DeVry University (the “University”) related to the Women+Tech Scholars Program and strive to help close the opportunity gap for women seeking careers in the technology field.

The Scholars Council is tasked with providing valuable feedback on the program's design and operations, recommending potential partnerships or industry memberships and offering insights on research and resources aimed at supporting women pursuing careers in technology.

Liz Ogunti, CISA, CRISC, CISM - Chief Information Officer  JBT Corporation
Liz Ogunti, CISA, CRISC, CISM
Chief Information Officer JBT Corporation

Elizabeth’s career in information technology began 25 years ago.  Her career began as a help desk technician to ultimately earning the role of Chief Information Security Officer for JBT Corporation’s global information security program.  Over her 25-year career, Elizabeth has emerged as a strategic and compassionate leader as well as an IT liaison, who is passionate about bridging the communication barrier between IT and “the business”.  Elizabeth believes one important factor to her success is not forgetting where she started.  This has helped her maintain great relationships with the IT side of the house.  

 

Elizabeth holds several certifications, Certified Information Security Manager, CRISC and Certified Information Security Auditor through ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association).  She is active in her community by serving on the board of organizations that help our underserved youth and support struggling at-risk families.  She is an Army veteran with over 10 years of service.

Shonita S. Stevenson, MISM, CISSP, CISA  - Chief Information Security Officer  Riverside University Health System
Shonita S. Stevenson, MISM, CISSP, CISA
Chief Information Security Officer Riverside University Health System

Ms. Shonita Stevenson has carved a distinguished career in the field of information security, presently serving as the Chief Information Security Officer with Riverside University Health System. Her tenure of 13 years as Chief Information Security Officer and Privacy Officer for the County of Los Angeles Library was marked by her dedication to overseeing information security and privacy across the organization. In this vital role, she was instrumental in establishing a comprehensive information security assurance program, which encompassed policy development, compliance, information risk management, metrics, controls implementation, monitoring, and evaluation. Her extensive experience is further underscored by her 22 years with the County of Los Angeles, during which she assumed multiple IT and management positions, showcasing her versatility and commitment to the field.

 

Beyond her professional engagements, Ms. Stevenson is heavily involved in various advisory and executive roles. She is a valued member of the advisory board for the County of Los Angeles Risk Management Program and holds certifications in Holistic Information Security. Her active participation extends to the Executive Committee Security Review Board and co-chairing roles in the Education Security Awareness Committee and Sub-Committee of the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC), demonstrating her commitment to enhancing security awareness and incident response capabilities. Additionally, Ms. Stevenson leverages her expertise as a speaker and teacher of Christian doctrine, contributing to Christian literature and poetry. Her passion for sharing knowledge and fostering growth is evident in her ongoing work on two new books, further highlighting her multifaceted talents and interests.

Felicia Hedgebeth, CISSP, CISM, CCISO  - Chief Information Security Officer  Georgia Department of Banking and Finance
Felicia Hedgebeth, CISSP, CISM, CCISO
Chief Information Security Officer Georgia Department of Banking and Finance

With over 28 years’ experience in both Information Security and Information Technology, Felicia bridges the gap between security and IT to meet business goals and objectives of organizations. 

 

In her current role as Chief Information Security Officer for the Department of Banking and Finance, Felicia has the responsibility of developing and maturing the security program for the agency, with a focus on governance, risk, and compliance, enhancing identity and access management, maintaining regulation of CJIS, PCI-DSS, and FISMA compliance, security awareness training, cloud security, third-party risk, and incident response.

 

Felicia earned her bachelor’s in computer information systems from DeVry University and her master’s in network and telecommunications Management with a concentration in Security from Keller Graduate School of Management.  She is also a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and a Certified Chief Information Security Officer (C|CISO).

Sonya Wickel, MBA, MISM, CISSP  - Chief Information Security Officer and Senior Director of Compliance  Triumph Group
Sonya Wickel, MBA, MISM, CISSP
Chief Information Security Officer and Senior Director of Compliance Triumph Group

Sonya Wickel is the Chief Information Security Officer and Senior Director of Compliance for Triumph Group, a global leader in the aerospace industry. Sonya has more than 20 years of cybersecurity and IT leadership experience.  

 

At Triumph, she built a multifaceted cybersecurity program that includes threat hunting and security monitoring, improving employee culture through skill-based security awareness training, and a risk-based approach towards vulnerability management and outsourcing partnerships. Through comprehensive policies and procedures, she addresses the ever-changing incident and threat landscape, and designed a comprehensive audit program to demonstrate compliance with contractual, regulatory and privacy requirements.

 

Sonya earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from the University of Kansas, a bachelor’s degree in information technology from DeVry University and an MBA and master’s in Information System Management from the Keller Graduate School of Management. She is a CISSP and a holds a graduate certificate in information security.

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1Students may participate in one DeVry-based scholars program only. Those who qualify for more than one program will be presumed to accept the program that is most beneficial for them. Students who qualify for multiple programs must confirm, in writing, the scholars program in which they wish to participate prior to starting classes at DeVry University

2Women in Tech Statistics: Despite Great Strides, Challenges Persist, BuiltIn (April 2023)

36 Facts about America’s STEM Workforce and Those Training for it, Pew Research Center (April 2021)

4Growth projected on a national level. Local growth will vary by location. BLS projections are not specific to DeVry University students or graduates and may include earners at all stages of their career and not just entry level. Occupational Outlook Handbook: Information Security Analysts, U.S. Department of Labor (September 2023)

In New York, DeVry University operates as DeVry College of New York. DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org. The University’s Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation. DeVry is certified to operate by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. Arlington Campus: 1400 Crystal Dr., Ste. 120, Arlington, VA 22202. DeVry University is authorized for operation as a postsecondary educational institution by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. Lisle Campus: 4225 Naperville Rd., Ste. 400, Lisle, IL 60532. Program availability varies by location. In site-based programs, students will be required to take a substantial amount of coursework online to complete their program.

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