Dr. Beth Doyle

Vice President, Client Success and Operations

Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)

Dr. Beth Doyle

Vice President, Client Success and Operations

Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)

As vice president for client success and operations at CAEL, Dr. Beth Doyle oversees a team providing services for workforce and economic developers, postsecondary education institutions, and employers who improve learning opportunities for adults. Members of her team manage consulting projects, professional development offerings, advising services for employees, and technology-enabled tools that scale prior learning assessment and career navigation.

Doyle joined CAEL in 2006. Previously, she was the associate vice president for marketing and communications and vice president for higher education services at CAEL, working directly with CAEL’s highest-level clients and partners to raise awareness of CAEL’s mission and provide consulting services and training. She also has 20 years of experience in brand building, marketing, and public relations, which she began building at a Chicago advertising agency.

Doyle started her learning journey at a community college and earned her bachelor’s degree as a returning adult student at DePaul University. She also completed the Executive Development Program at Michigan State University and earned her Ed.D at Fielding Graduate University. As a former and current returning adult student, Doyle understands the adult learner journey and is committed to providing those learning and career opportunities to others.

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