Wayne Wormley, Ph.D., joined AGB Search in 2018 and brings more than four decades of professional higher education experience to the firm, having served as an administrator, faculty member, and consultant to public and private colleges, community colleges, and universities throughout the U.S. and South Africa.

Dr. Wormley's recent and current searches include:

  • Lamar Institute of Technology (TX) - President
  • Lincoln University (MO) - Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Claflin University (SC) - Dean, Natural Sciences & Mathematics - In Progress
  • Howard Community College (MD) - President
  • West Virginia State University - President
  • Prince George’s Community College (MD) - Vice President of Student Affairs
  • Chicago State University (IL) - Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Eastern University (PA) - Dean, College of Business & Leadership
  • Norfolk State University (VA) - Dean, School of Education;  Dean, R.C. Nusbaum Honors College
  • Benedict College (SC) - Dean of Education, Health & Human Services
  • Loyola University of New Orleans (LA) - Dean of the Monroe Library
  • Durham Technical Community College (NC) - Executive Director for Workforce Engagement
  • Bowie State University (MD) - Dean of the College of Business

While Associate Dean of the Atlanta University Graduate School of Business & Administration (now Clark Atlanta University), Dr. Wormley ensured continued accreditation from AACSB. Later, he served as Special Assistant to the President at Drexel University (PA) and while directing the Executive Leadership Program at Mountain State University (WV), he became an AQIP Evaluator for the HLC and served on a site visit team to Franklin College (IN).

As an entrepreneur, Dr. Wormley is President of the Wormley Company, a general management consulting firm based in Philadelphia, PA, that provides consulting and training services for a range of organizations, including institutions of higher education.

Dr. Wormley received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Amherst College (MA), magna cum laude, with a double major in Black Studies and Psychology. He earned three graduate degrees from Stanford University (CA): an MBA from the Graduate School of Business, an M.A. in Education, and a Ph.D. in Administration and Policy Analysis in Higher Education, both from the Graduate School of Education.