NHHEAF Network Organizations President & CEO Search
The NHHEAF CEO search has successfully concluded with the appointment of Christiana Thornton, President of the New Hampshire Bankers Association https://www.linkedin.com/in/christiana-thornton-2b8a8a7/ who will take office in October.
Completed with the appointment of Dr. Chrisitana Thornton. – SEE PRESS RELEASE
Hilbert College Presidential Search
Hilbert College is launching a national search for its fourth president in its 61-year history. The president is Hilbert’s chief executive officer and reports to the Hilbert Board of Trustees. Hilbert’s new president will succeed Cynthia Zane at a time of renewed institutional planning and in an ethos where challenging the status quo will be welcomed.
Completed with the appointment of Dr. Michael Brophy.
Read the Press Release.
Methodist University Presidential Search
Methodist University seeks a dynamic and talented new president to build on the University’s notable success and momentum, foster innovation, hone its strategic priorities, build enrollment, and enhance and leverage university resources.
Plymouth State University Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs
Plymouth State University (PSU) invites applications for the position of Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost. We seek a visionary and collaborative leader to serve as Provost. The successful candidate will be experienced in collaborative leadership and have a demonstrated commitment to teaching, learning, and student success. This individual will be: an innovative thinker with outstanding interpersonal and communication skills; flexible and inter-culturally competent; a leader who fosters relationship building, community, and a sense of working together for the good of the University.
Earlham College Vice President for Finance and Business
Vice President for Finance & Business/Chief Financial Officer Search
Earlham College, a distinguished liberal arts college in Richmond, Indiana, seeks applications and nominations for the position of vice president of Finance and Business/Chief Financial Officer. The College seeks a superb financial administrator who embraces working collegially with the College community to deal with issues and to develop consensus about the direction to take before acting. The new VP must be an experienced leader who is strategic, creative, patient, resilient and has a good sense of humor. The vice president’s portfolio will include finance, facilities, human resources, investments, technology and public safety. The new vice president will join a new, forward-thinking, energetic President and a new senior team. S/he must be an outstanding communicator who values transparency, appreciates the liberal arts and Quaker values and is comfortable working in a community with a strong tradition of shared governance. The new vice president, in partnership with the President, the Board of Trustees, other senior colleagues and the Earlham community, will help lead the College in establishing long-term financial equilibrium.
Earlham College Presidential Search - August 2016
Earlham College is searching for a dynamic new president to take office in the Summer of 2017. The successful candidate will assume leadership of the College at a critical juncture in its history. A major repositioning effort designed to capitalize on Earlham’s considerable strengths is well underway, with the goals of increasing enrollment, building recognition and augmenting its revenues.
This search is completed. Read more below.
Earlham Class of ’88
Associate Director of Management for the Peace Corps
New England College Vice President for Academic Affairs
Dr. Matthew Wood
President of White Mountains Community College
MCPHS Associate Provost for Academic and Professional Affairs
MCPHS University (Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences) seeks an Associate Provost for Academic and Professional Affairs. The Associate Provost is a senior level position which reports to and works closely with the Vice President of Academic Affairs/Provost to provide vision, leadership and sound operational management across all MCPHS schools, programs and campuses, with particular emphasis on the following key areas: 1) student retention, curriculum development and assessment; 2) teaching effectiveness, instructional technology, faculty development and interprofessional education; 3) academic policy formation and administration; and 4) academic communication and publications. The Associate Provost also serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet.
This search is completed. Read more below.
Dr. Jeanine Mount
Northwestern’s Bouvé College of Health Sciences