I honestly can't remember what I've shared about who I am or what I do, but I've worked in higher education for about 15 years. I've done everything from student/academic advising to career advising to, presently, working on the backend for the online programs of a top public university. In short, to get to the next level of where I see myself going, it'd be highly beneficial for me to pursue a doctorate - I've known this for a very long time, but I'm just now getting to a point where I feel like it's something I can achieve (given life circumstances, etc.). I'm finding it nearly impossible to pass up Purdue Global's new-ish (it launched earlier this year, evidently) Doctor of Education program. I reached out, and, in short, they transferred my EdM, and I would be on track to finish in about 18 months and for just around $20k tuition (after a military/veteran discount). I'm aware of the former iteration of Purdue Global (Kaplan University, for those that don't know), but given that Purdue Global is under the Purdue Board of Trustees, I feel reasonably confident in my decision. I'm posting this here to identify any potential naysayers (kidding... sort of... just feedback) on this opportunity. I'm open to any questions!