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Search is on for Catawba president

Paul Fisher, chairman of the Catawba College Board of Trustees, has announced that the college will begin a national search for its 23rd president. Fisher also announced that Trustee Bill Graham, a 1983 Catawba graduate, will chair the Presidential Search Committee.
“As we begin our search for the 23rd president of Catawba College, we will focus on finding a candidate who is first and foremost a leader, with an enthusiasm for higher education combined with bold and visionary goals. Our intent is to find an individual willing to serve Catawba College and actively participate in the life of the college and its surrounding community for many years to come,” said Graham.
Graham further noted that Ken Carrick, president of Coleman Lew & Associates in Charlotte, and a Catawba graduate, has been retained to assist with the search.
For more information concerning the Catawba president search, please contact Bill Graham at billgraham@catawba.edu or Ken Carrick, president, Coleman Lew & Associates, Inc. at kencarrick@colemanlew.com.

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