The International Association for Quality Assurance in Pre-Tertiary & Higher Education (QAHE) has announced the appointment of George S. Mentz as its Honorary Fellow. Mentz is a highly accomplished professor with over 20 years of experience in teaching, designing, and managing undergraduate and graduate courses in business, law, and finance. He has also served as a CEO, consultant businessman, and graduate professor, and has published over 60 books and audio books.
As an Honorary Fellow of QAHE, Mentz will bring his wealth of knowledge and experience to the organization and help it achieve its mission of promoting quality assurance in education. He has taught and designed over 300 courses for accredited law schools, business schools, and colleges, and has earned several distinguished teaching awards and credentials.
Mentz is also a licensed US counselor of law and licensed notary public. He has passed several federal exams related to law and finance, including the series 65, series 7, and series 63 exams. He is currently a government commissioner for the Colorado Springs Civil Service Commission and the Colorado Springs Airport Commission and is a faculty member at the Texas A&M Law School, where he teaches courses in wealth management, finance, risk, and governance/ethics/compliance.