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Montgomery College Appoints Presidential Search Advisory Committee
Board of Trustees Chair Michael J. Knapp said the goal is to announce the next president before the College’s winter break
Montgomery College’s Board of Trustees announced this morning the appointment of a Presidential Search Advisory Committee, a key component of the board’s search for a new president. This group of 23 individuals, listed below, will review applications, interview candidates, and advise the board.
“Members of this committee bring the voice of the College’s key internal and external stakeholders as a part of the review process and represent a broad cross-section of the College on multiple dimensions,” Board of Trustees Chair Michael J. Knapp said in a memorandum sent to all MC students and employees.
Dr. Michael Brintnall, first vice chair of the College’s Board of Trustees, is serving as the Presidential Advisory Committee chair.
The committee held its first meeting Wednesday and will work for the next several months along with Greenwood/Asher & Associates, the search firm assisting the board in this national search. The board’s goal is to announce the next president before the College’s winter break.
Chair Knapp noted that the committee members are charged with maintaining confidentiality throughout and after the process. Members of the committee are not at liberty to discuss committee proceedings or reveal the names of candidates now or in the future, hence he urged the College community to avoid asking them for information.
Employees and students have an opportunity to share their thoughts and suggestions directly with Chair Knapp, Dr. Brintnall, Greenwood/Asher, and others at the College Forums being held September 20, 22, and 28.
“I want to thank the members of the committee for their commitment as well as the dozens of College employees and students who offered their names to serve,” Chair Knapp said.
Presidential Search Advisory Committee: