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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 1, 2013
Contact: Timothy Willard
(202) 955-6126
Email: Willard@chea.org

CHEA Board of Directors Elects New Board Members
and Executive Committee

(Washington, DC) – At the Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), held April 29-30, 2013 in Washington, DC, the board elected new members and reelected several sitting board members. The board also elected the 2013-2014 executive committee. The changes are effective July 1, 2013.

New members of the board (who will serve three-year terms from 2013-2016) are:

  • Cynthia Hammond, President, Central State University (OH)
  • Paul LeBlanc, President, Southern New Hampshire University (NH)
  • David Maxwell, President, Drake University, (IA)
  • George Pruitt, Thomas Edison State College (NJ)
  • Lesley Wilson, Secretary General, European University Association (Belgium)

Reelected as board members (to serve three-year terms from 2013-2016) are:

  • John C. Bravman, President, Bucknell University (PA)
  • David Johnson III, Intermountain Healthcare (UT)
  • Elsa Núñez, President, Eastern Connecticut State University (CT)

David G. Carter, Chancellor Emeritus, Connecticut State University System (CT), was reelected to a one-year term (2013-2014).

Members of the Executive Committee (who will serve a one-year term from 2013-2014) are:

  • John E. Bassett (Chair), President, Heritage University (WA)
  • Madlyn L. Hanes (Vice Chair), Vice President, Commonwealth Campuses, Pennsylvania State University (PA)
  • Dorothy Leland (Secretary), President, University of California–Merced (CA)
  • Andrew Benton (Treasurer), President, Pepperdine University (CA)
  • Bobby Fong (Member-at-Large), President, Ursinus College (PA)
  • David G. Carter ( Immediate Past-Chair)

“We thank these individuals who will serve on CHEA’s board and executive committee,” said CHEA President Judith Eaton. “They join a distinguished roster of individuals who work on behalf of higher education accreditation and CHEA. We are most appreciative of their efforts."

 

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A national advocate and institutional voice for self-regulation of academic quality through accreditation, CHEA is an association of approximately 3,000 degree-granting colleges and universities and recognizes 60 institutional and programmatic accrediting organizations. CHEA is the only national association focused exclusively on higher education accreditation. For more information, visit CHEA's Website at www.chea.org

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