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21 members added to Presidential Search Advisory Committee

Presidential Search Advisory Committee now finalized, consists of four members of the Board of Regents
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Lisa Keohokalole Schauer, Board of Regents chair, appointed 21 new members to the advisory committee that will lead the search for WSU’s next president June 21.

“We ultimately reached a composition of distinct experiences that collectively represents the breadth of Washington State University, and I look forward to working alongside these exemplary individuals,” said Jenette Ramos, presidential search advisory committee chair. “We are grateful for the extensive and sincere responsiveness of the university’s shared governance and our state-wide community partners.”

There were over 150 applicants considered, according to an article from WSU Insider. These appointments complete the 25-member Presidential Search Advisory Committee.

“The full committee includes representation from many of the WSU community groups who have an interest in the long-term success of the institution, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, administrative leadership, community leaders, and employers from across the state of Washington,” said an email sent to students.

The next step of the search will be onboarding the search advisory committee and soliciting the community and affiliates of WSU for feedback on the president leadership profile that will be used to attract potential candidates to the role, according to the article. The draft leadership profile will be presented during a series of listening sessions starting in the fall semester.

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