Highline is now accepting applications for its presidency. Learn what makes this opportunity unique and who is helping with the search.
Highline is seeking a successor to President Bermingham, who retired in August 2017 after more than a decade of successful leadership.
Share your thoughts on the qualities you would like to see in Highline’s next president. Come to a campus or community listening session.
Highline’s recently retired president earned a new title — and much praise — in a resolution passed by the college’s trustees.
During a Nov. 7 meeting, trustees voted on eight subcommittee members and approved a search firm contract. Next meeting: Nov. 16.
Up to 18 people will serve on a subcommittee to help in the search for Highline's next president. Next special meeting set for Nov. 7.
Until a new president is selected, longtime administrator Dr. Jeff Wagnitz will fill the vacancy left by Dr. Jack Bermingham’s retirement.
Looking for expertise in higher education recruitment, Highline’s trustees voted Sept. 21 to release a request for quote for a consulting firm.
Highline’s trustees meet Sept. 21. One topic will be a proposal to engage a recruitment consulting firm to help with the presidential search.
Highline’s trustees will hold a special meeting Sept. 14 to continue the work of recruiting and selecting the college’s next president.