Executive search firm finalists to present to PCC tomorrow | News
Pima Community College is one step closer to finding a Chancellor for the college.
At their Board of Governors meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. tomorrow, three firms will be presenting their ideas for the Chancellor candidate search.
Scheduled to present their ideas are:
- Narcisa Polonia, Ed.D., Association of Community College Trustees
- Dr. Preston Pulliams, Gold Hill Associates
- Elizabeth Rockllin, R.H. Perry & Associates
The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. in the Community Board Room (C-105) at PCC’s District Office, 4905 E. Broadway.
These three finalists were chosen by a screening process that included College and members outside the school administration. The screening committee reviewed responses that were submitted to a 'Request for Proposal' that the College had posted back in April. These responses were for an executive search firm to help in the Chancellor selection process, final 'bids' were due May 30.
“The Board’s goal is to have the best-possible list of candidates to choose from,” Board Chairman Scott Stewart said. “Hiring an executive search firm will allow us to expand the pool of candidates beyond those individuals actively seeking a new job. Often, the best candidates aren’t currently looking for work.”
PCC is hoping to have a search firm selected and in place by July 1. This is the first step in the process for finding a new Chancellor. Other steps involve creating a webpage to help keep the public and students updated on the search, allows them to view documents related to the search and to help answer any questions that people might have about the search, and various other resources.
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