Public-College Leaders’ Use of Private Email Accounts Could Go Undetected

Public-College Leaders’ Use of Private Email Accounts Could Go Undetected

Partner Jan Greenwood recalls: "23 years ago, members of public colleges’ presidential search committees might not have thought twice about using email to share candid thoughts about a candidate. As of about a decade ago, however, they almost completely stopped using email to communicate such thoughts, because 'you don’t want to inadvertently do harm' by having such statements go public."

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Gay Presidents Organize

Gay Presidents Organize

G/A&A Principal Sharon McDade: “There is such greater awareness of LGBTQ [issues], which comes from the entire environment, society and culture we live in, that most boards, it’s not a conversation that they automatically shut down, ‘No, no, no, we can’t even think about going there. It’s a probably a conversation these days that, if the search consultant brings it up, it’s ‘Oh, yeah, we probably should have that conversation.’”

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