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Update - Vice President for Information Management Search

Dear Campus Community,  

A few weeks ago, I announced my decision to begin a national search to find our next vice president for information management. Since my last communication to you, I am thrilled to announce that a search committee is assembled and we have hired an experienced consultant who will help guide us through this process.  

The search committee, which I will chair, includes:  

Ryan Banagale '00, assistant professor of music; Trevor Barron '15, student and President's Council member; Emily Chan, associate professor of psychology; Christin Deville, Help Desk analyst; Re Evitt, associate dean of the college and associate professor of English; Greg Piesco-Putnam '05, information technology entrepreneur; Manuel Rendon, database administrator; Brian Thomson '85, trustee; Karen To, director of web communications/new media; and Barbara Wilson, director of human resources. Jermyn Davis, chief of staff, president's office, will staff the committee. 

We will be using the services of Keith Giarman of DHR International. Keith has significant experience in helping with searches in the technology sector. Next week, the search committee, cabinet, Information Technology and Library  Board and the information management division will meet with Keith to begin discussing the experience and characteristics we hope to find in our next chief technology officer. If you have comments, ideas, or questions that will aid us in this process, please let me know.  

In the coming weeks, the search committee will work with me to finalize the job description for this position, which will be posted here. This webpage is where you can also find subsequent updates about this search process.  

It is my goal to fill this position by the beginning of the next academic year; however, my top priority is finding the best person for Colorado College.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.  

With warm regards,  

Jill