Tim Millerick

Tim Millerick joined AGB Search in Fall, 2021. He brings nearly 40-years of experience at both public and private higher education institutions and has led or participated in the search processes for a variety of key personnel, including executive, dean, and director roles as well as School Superintendents. As Vice President for Student Affairs for 27 years at Austin College, Mr. Millerick was known for administering outstanding student services and programs in areas such as intercollegiate athletics, student success and retention-enrollment, residence life and housing, and legal-risk management issues, and he has mentored a long list of staff who have gone on to broader leadership roles within higher education.

Mr. Millerick has assisted the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators in founding the Small College and Universities Institute, a bi-annual refresher for senior student affairs officers and also assisted the National Collegiate Athletic Association with establishing the Athletic Director Report Institute for executives with program oversight.  Mr. Millerick’s service has garnered national recognition including being named a “Pillar of the Profession” by NASPA, Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. He was among the inaugural cohort receiving the Senior Student Affairs Officer Outstanding Practitioner award from ACPA and honored for his student advocacy with the NAPSA Robert D. Bradshaw Award.  Mr. Millerick has served as a faculty member for the National Small College Enrollment Conference and has served on the board of the NASPA James E. Scott Academy.

In addition, Mr. Millerick has served on the NCAA Management Council, chairing the Nomination Committee; the National Hispanic Institute publicly acknowledged his support for their 25+ year partnership with Austin College; and he has been actively involved in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. As President of the Sherman Independent School Board, he led the largest District bond process to build a new high school and address its state-of-the-art technology needs. Since 1994, Mr. Millerick has been a professional mediator, certified by the National Mediation Academy, Dallas, Texas.

Mr. Millerick earned his Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Master’s degree in Counseling from Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts, and is a graduate of Harvard University’s Institute for Education Management program.