WASHINGTON, D.C., April 6, 2021 – AGB Search, a national leader in higher education executive search, is pleased to announce the following recent appointments:

Clarkson University has appointed Alisha Ohl as its chair of occupational therapy. Ohl’s field of expertise includes pediatric assessment and intervention, autism and employment, and psychometrics. Ohl earned her Ph.D. in occupational therapy from New York University and her M.S. and B.S. degrees in occupational therapy from Ithaca College.

Hanover College has named Vincent Morris to serve as vice president for business affairs. Morris brings a wealth of experience to this position having previously served as the VP for Finance and CFO at Houghton College, and the executive director for higher education practice at Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc. Read More.

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary has appointed Asa J. Lee as its next president. Lee currently serves at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., as vice president for campus administration, associate dean for community life, and director of African American studies. Read More.

Southern Connecticut State University has selected Jennifer Robin as its new dean of the School of Business. Robin currently serves as associate dean and professor for the Foster College of Business at Bradley University and will begin her new role on July 2nd. Read More.


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