After leading Molloy College for 20 years, President Drew Bogner will be retiring at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year. The Board of Trustees, on behalf of the entire Molloy College community, has the responsibility of identifying, recruiting, and hiring a new president.
The Board is pleased to announce the formation of a Presidential Search Committee to nominate a successor to President Bogner. The search committee is representative of the broader community of the College and will lead the recruitment process. The search committee will recommend to the Board, for its consideration and selection, the candidate(s) who are best qualified to assume the Presidency of Molloy College.
About the Opportunity
The nationally recognized search firm Storbeck, Pimentel & Associates has been chosen to assist with the search process, which will be led by Stephen Leo. The firm is scheduled to visit the Molloy College campus in April to meet with various campus constituencies including faculty, staff and students. During their visit, the firm will learn more about the College and will solicit feedback on the experiences, qualifications and characteristics they should be seeking as they recruit candidates for the search.
About Molloy College
Molloy provides a value-centered, multidimensional education with more than 50 quality academic undergraduate and graduate degree programs grounded in the ideals of truth and respect for the dignity and worth of every individual. Our faculty is accomplished, yet approachable, leading small classes where students are encouraged to think critically and explore creatively. Combining the strengths of academic excellence and leadership with personal, compassionate mentoring, we bring out the best in every student.
Located less than an hour from Manhattan, Molloy, a Catholic college founded by the Dominican sisters, is one of the most affordable private colleges in the region. In fact, Money magazine recently ranked Molloy College one of the Nation's top-three value colleges for two consecutive years. The recognition comes as part of the magazine's annual college rankings, which acknowledge the best of the country's institutions of higher education in a multitude of categories.
In its September 6, 2018 edition, the Wall Street Journal featured Molloy as one of the leaders nationally in providing added value and currently ranked Molloy as the top regional, comprehensive university in the New York City metro area.
With approximately 5,069 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students, Molloy is large enough to offer students an academically-challenging, high-quality educational experience. At the same, time, the College is small enough to provide the personal attention that enhances every student's intellectual, ethical, spiritual and social development.
The College has completed six major construction projects in the last ten years including three residence halls, a student center and a performing arts theatre, which enhance the student experience. With our recently-expanded international education program, over 60 clubs and honor societies, ample service opportunities, internships and NCAA Division II sports teams, students at Molloy College in New York have abundant opportunities to explore new interests, pursue athletics like lacrosse, basketball, baseball and soccer and enrich the local community, here, on Long Island... and around the globe.
Nominations and Applications
Nominations and letters of interest with a curriculum vitae may be sent in confidence to: Steve Leo, Partner
Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates, LP MolloyPresident@StorbeckSearch.com
Contact Diane Fornieri, Chief of Staff and Secretary to the Board firstname.lastname@example.org 516.323.3204.