Is a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree Worth It? If you’re dreaming about helping patients restore their mobility and quality of life, and you’re exploring what it would take to become a physical therapist, you may be wondering, “Is a degree in physical therapy worth it?” The answer to this question depends, of course, on your personal career goals. Some people choose to become physical therapist assistants because only a two-year associate degree is required. It’s true that pursuing a doctorate takes time and effort; however, there are countless advantages to earning a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. To that end, let’s look at some of the factors that make a Doctor in Physical Therapy (DPT) degree the best first step on an exceptional career Read more
Prior to joining Altas, Mr. Nicoletti was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Celestica Inc., a NYSE/TSX-Iisted company with approximately $6 billion in revenues and 30,000 employees across North America, Asia and Eastern Europe. Mr. Nicoletti was one of Celestica’s founding executives. He worked closely with Onex Corporation in 1996 on the corporate carve-out of Celestica when it was a subsidiary of IBM and its subsequent development into a global leader in outsourced electronics manufacturing and supply chain management.
During his career at Celestica, Mr. Nicoletti held numerous executive leadership positions. As Chief Financial Officer for six years, he also led the company’s strategy and M&A functions, spearheading Celestica’s transition to a higher value-added supplier and a successful acquisition strategy focused on expanding capabilities and penetrating new markets.
Mr. Nicoletti was educated at the University of Western Ontario (Bachelor of Administrative and Commercial Studies) and the Schulich School of Business (MBA with Honours). He has completed the Leadership Best Practices program at Harvard University and the G100 Next Generation Leadership Program.
Mr. Nicoletti has co-led an annual fund-raising initiative for the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society, and served on the Audit, Finance and Risk Committee of Habitat for Humanity Toronto.