Mr. Luebke is a high-integrity senior private education executive, builder of Pima Medical Institute (PMI) into an 18 campus organization serving communities in 8 Western states including Arizona, California, New Mexico, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Nevada and Texas. Since 1983 he has provided leadership in the development of occupational curriculum and programmatic accreditation resulting in 24 new vocational disciplines. Focused on delivering quality education that leads to employment the institute has graduated over 120,000 students (circa December 2018).
His unique view of employee engagement led to the creation of an employee ownership plan in 2002 that allows each staff and faculty to be an owner in the institute. Through this empowering approach the college has achieved continuous growth (10% CAGR) and profitability.
Mr. Luebke currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Pima Medical Institute and also serves on local and national boards in a variety of social ventures.
Mr. Luebke has served the education community through his leadership on the board of the Arizona Private School Association and the board level leadership on the national Career Education Colleges and Universities.
His civic involvement includes service with Habitat for Humanity, Boy Scouts of America, Crisis Pregnancy Center, Cystic Fibrosis, American Lung Association, Sold No More (an agency dedicated to fighting sex trafficking) and Agape Hospice.
Before joining Pima Medical Institute in 1983 he served as Finance Director for the Los Angeles Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Luebke earned his B.S. in Secondary Education from Idaho State University.