Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates
Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates is a retained executive search firm, specializing in higher education executive recruitment for colleges and universities, with additional practices in independent school and nonprofit recruitment. Our mission is to find the best leaders uniquely suited to address the needs of our clients while providing the highest levels of service and collaboration.
Storbeck/Pimentel employs more than 30 consultants and support staff in two main offices (Los Angeles and Philadelphia), with affiliated offices in Connecticut, New Jersey, Vermont, and Virginia. The leadership team of our minority- and woman-owned firm includes Shelly Weiss Storbeck, Alberto Pimentel, Chuck Bunting, Anne Coyle, Will Gates, Steve Leo, Sue May, Sharon Tanabe, Julie Tea, Susan VanGilder, and Ruth Shoemaker Wood.
Collectively, our consultants have more than a hundred years of experience in the executive search industry and have conducted approximately 2,000 executive-level searches for higher education and nonprofit clients over the last two decades.
We take pride in the deep knowledge, expert judgment and unparalleled integrity that we bring to each search.
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The University of Southern Indiana (USI) board of trustees, with the guidance of Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates, named its current provost, Ronald S. Rochon, as the school’s fourth president. Founding principal Stephen Leo, managing associate Matthew Bunting, and associate Brian Bustin led the assignment. Dr. Rochon assumes his new role on July 1, succeeding Linda L. M. Bennett who is
Executive search firms continue to reap the benefits of an active education sector, which many academic recruiters report has never been busier. Even smaller recruiting outfits have multiple assignments running concurrently, all at the senior levels. If any slowdown is coming, it most likely will be found at the talent identification stage. With so much
Executive search firms continue to reap the benefits of an active education sector, which many academic recruiters say has never been busier. Even smaller recruiting outfits have multiple assignments running concurrently, all at the senior levels. If any slowdown is coming, it most likely will be found at the talent identification stage. With so much
The education sector continues to pump big fees into the coffers of executive search firms nationwide. Many academic recruiting specialists say business, in fact, has never been better. Even the smaller recruiting outfits have multiple assignments running concurrently, all at the senior levels, and if there’s any slowdown coming its to be found at the
Executive search firm Storbeck / Pimentel & Associates has expanded its search team with the additions of Pharen Bowman-Crooks and Matthew Marsallo as associates. Ms. Bowman-Crooks brings with her significant experience in higher education, having worked most recently as an undergraduate admissions and financial aid officer and director of the Harvard Financial Aid Initiative at Harvard University.
Search for David Boren’s successor: University-employed firm plays major role in recruitment of next OU president
NORMAN, OK, February 25, 2018 – At the heart of the search for OU’s next president, one group unfamiliar to OU’s constituencies plays a pivotal role behind the scenes. Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates, an executive search firm being paid more than $250,000 by the university, is responsible for much of the recruitment and vetting of David
PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 5, 2016 — Rhodes hopes to name a new college president by the start of the spring semester. With the announcement of long-time Rhodes College president William E. Troutt retiring in June 2017, the school’s trustees appointed a presidential search committee, chaired by William J. Michaelcheck and Cary Fowler. In June, the search committee retained
PHILADELPHIA, PA, June 8, 2016 — Sweet Briar College has selected the firm of Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates to help lead the search for the College’s next president, the College announced today. With offices in Philadelphia and Los Angeles, Storbeck specializes in higher education executive recruitment for colleges and universities. The firm has conducted successful presidential searches for