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The Board of Trustees of Fort Lewis College invites applications, nominations and expressions of interest in the position of President.

The mission, history and aspirations of Fort Lewis College (FLC) are interwoven with the history and people of southwest Colorado and the Four Corners area. A public liberal arts college with strong STEM and professional programs, Fort Lewis College plays a critical role in contributing to the state’s economic and cultural vitality by providing excellent post-secondary education to a richly diverse student population. Fort Lewis College is unique among all institutions of higher education in its history and commitment to the education of Native Americans, Alaska Natives and first generation college students. Its student body hails from 49 states, 167 American Indian tribes and Native Alaskan villages and 22 countries and its faculty are deeply committed to academic excellence and independent, personalized, collaborative, experiential learning with a strong focus on undergraduate research.

The Fort Lewis College campus is stunning – a virtual crossroads of education and adventure, where a uniquely beautiful mountain campus inspires an active and friendly community, and transformative learning experiences foster entrepreneurship, leadership, creativity, and life-long learning. The 247-acre campus, cited as one of the most beautiful in the US, is situated in southwestern Colorado at 6,872 feet atop a mesa overlooking the Animas River Valley and historic downtown Durango. Among its many accolades, the college has been named a Top 200 college by AISES (American Indian Science & Engineering Society), a top 200 school for Native Americans, one of America’s Top Colleges by Forbes, and a Best Western and Green College by the Princeton Review. More information about the college may be found at www.fortlewis.edu.

The college seeks a proven, successful leader with a deep understanding of and familiarity with higher education, a record of achievement in leading and managing change in complex organizations, contemporary best practices in strategic planning and data-based decision making, a collaborative approach to leadership, innate curiosity about Fort Lewis College’s people and their diverse interests and backgrounds, the ability to embrace and embody the mission of the college, and the natural relationship building and communication skills to connect with Fort Lewis College’s constituents. A Ph.D. is strongly preferred.

The appointment of the next president of Fort Lewis College will begin on July 1, 2018. Inquiries, nominations and applications are invited. For fullest consideration, applicant materials should be received by February 1, 2018. Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae, and a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Statement available at www.wittkieffer.com. Materials submitted by finalist candidates will be made public at the finalist stage. These materials should be sent electronically via e-mail to Fort Lewis College’s consultants: Lucy Leske, Ann Yates and Veena Abraham at FLCPresident@wittkieffer.com. Documents that must be mailed may be sent to Witt/Kieffer, 2015 Spring Road, Suite 510, Oak Brook, IL 60523.

Fort Lewis College does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, political beliefs, or veteran status. Accordingly, equal opportunity for employment, admission, and education shall be extended to all persons. The College shall promote equal opportunity, equal treatment, and affirmative action efforts to increase the diversity of students, faculty, and staff.
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