Georgetown College announced on Wednesday that its search committee has narrowed to three the list of candidates to replace retiring president William H. Crouch, Jr.
The finalists announced by the Georgetown search committee are:
Cheryl Kimberling, president, Multicultural Alliance, Fort Worth, Texas
Jim Newberry, vice-president and general counsel, Georgetown College
Jason Rogers, vice president for administration and university counsel, Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee
All three candidates will travel to campus next week to meet with Georgetown trustees, faculty, staff, alumni, students, and community members. Follow the latest developments on the search and Dr. Crouch’s retirement at http://georgetowncollege.edu.
Also this week, Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, Ky. announced that it has selected four finalists to succeed Sr. Margaret Stallmeyer, who announced last fall that she will retire on June 30 of this year.
The finalists for the Thomas More presidency are:
David A. Armstrong, vice president and general counsel for Notre Dame College, South Euclid, Ohio
Michael O. Kenney, vice president for planning & enrollment Management, Madonna University, Livonia, Michigan
Richard L. Ludwick, president, Independent Colleges of Indiana, Indianapolis, Indiana
Msgr. Stuart W. Swetland, vice president for Catholic identity and mission, Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, Maryland
For more on the Thomas More finalists, including campus visit schedules and candidate resumes, see http://thomasmore.edu/about/president_search.cfm