We conduct national and international searches for higher education, not-for-profit organizations, corporations and businesses, and governmental agencies. Over the past three decades, Myers McRae has earned a reputation for excellence, consistently identifying and recruiting outstanding leaders.
Each member of the Myers McRae team has thoughtful, knowledgeable insight and in-depth understanding and experience in search and recruitment. Our consultants work collaboratively with clients to meet the needs of their search and to achieve the best results.
Each member of the Myers McRae team has a deep knowledge and specialized experience in working in and with higher education institutions.
We work collaboratively with our clients to take advantage of our talents and resources to meet the needs of each search.
We are committed to achieving the best results possible.
We are committed to achieving the best possible results for our clients, using best practices in the search industry.
Macon, GA-based Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting has been called in by the University of West Georgia to lead its search for a new provost and vice president for academic affairs. Emily Parker Myers, CEO, and Kenny Daugherty, president, are leading the assignment. Reporting directly to the university president, the provost and vice president for academic affairs is
Macon, GA-based Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting has placed Suzanne Blum Malley as the new provost for Methodist University. She will assume her new position on Jan. 15. Emily Parker Myers, CEO, and Jennifer Barfield, senior vice president, led the assignment. “Dr. Blum Malley brings to us a strong track record of academic and scholarly success,
Macon, GA-based Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting is seeking a new provost for Methodist University. Emily Parker Myers, CEO, and Jennifer Barfield, senior vice president, are spearheading the assignment. The Fayetteville, NC university wants a provost who will be a partner in moving its academic offerings into the future, said Myers McRae. The new
After a year-long national search, Macon, GA-based Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting recruited W. Mark Tew as the 23rd president of Judson College, a private Baptist women’s college in Marion, AL. He replaced David E. Potts, who served as president from 1990 until 2018. Emily Myers, CEO of the search firm, led the assignment. From the pool of
As thousands of nurses serve on the frontline in the battle against COVID-19, the educating of nurses is even more critical than before. Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting is pleased to announce the appointments of James Pace, PhD, and Mark Reinhardt, DNP, to lead the nursing program at Valdosta State University in Georgia. Both
After a national search, Rhode Island College selected Helen Tate, Ph.D., to serve as Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs. She brings 18 years of experience in higher education administration to the senior academic leadership position. Prior to her appointment, Dr. Tate was Provost and Executive Vice President at Wingate University in North Carolina.
Randall Brumfield, EdD, has joined the Louisiana Board of Regents as Deputy Commissioner for Academic Affairs, Innovation, and Student Success. Working with Board members and the state’s four college systems, Dr. Brumfield is responsible for developing higher education policy and practices responsive to state educational and workforce needs. This includes coordinating and implementing student success initiatives identified in the
Southern Utah University is excited to announce that after an extensive national search, Dr. Frank R. Hall has been chosen to serve as the new Dean for the Walter Maxwell Gibson College of Science and Engineering. Hall has over two decades of experience in administration and service at the university level. His past academic appointments
The president of The Citadel has selected his new second in command. Sally Selden, Ph.D., SPHR, will take over as provost and dean of the college in June. Selden is in her 18th year at University of Lynchburg in Virginia, where she has served in numerous leadership positions. Most recently, as provost and vice president for