AGB President and CEO Henry Stoever and AGB Senior Consultant/AGB Search Executive Search Consultant Carlton Brown spoke with Higher Ed Dive about how they are assisting governing boards to promote equitable student success, thanks to a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
According to an analysis by Inside Higher Ed, the racial reckoning of 2020 resulted in colleges and universities hiring a greater number of Black and other nonwhite leaders for president and chancellor roles. With 10 past participants receiving presidencies or chancellorships, the AGB Institute is a contributing leadership pipeline for the hiring trend.
AGB Search and Mercer continue their partnership in discussing prevalent issues in higher education human resources by exploring how human resources and diversity, equity, and inclusion leaders in higher education are working together to foster a true sense of engagement and belonging among faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
“Talent Talks” with Hunt Scanlon asks Drs. Rod McDavis and Nancy Zimpher: Are women and people of color well represented in higher education leadership positions? Why do you think that is?