LCTCS Announces Search Committee for BRCC Chancellor Search

LCTCS Announces Search Committee for BRCC Chancellor Search

BATON ROUGE, LA. - Today, the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS) Board of Supervisors announced the Chancellor Search Committee and tentative on-campus public forum dates in the search for the next Chancellor of Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC). The goal of the comprehensive national search is to identify the best fit for BRCC moving forward. The search committee represents the diverse cultural composition of the Baton Rouge community and includes representation of the college's broad stakeholder group. The search committee will be chaired by Timothy W. Hardy, Partner, Breazeale, Sachse, and Wilson L.L.P., and LCTCS Board of Supervisor.

The full search committee is comprised of LCTCS Board members, community members, college faculty and staff, and a student representative.

Search Committee Members listed Alphabetically 

Timothy W. Hardy
Search Committee Chair
Partner, Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P.
LCTCS Board of Supervisors

Sarah Barlow
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Baton Rouge Community College

Greg Bowser
President and CEO, Louisiana Chemical Association

Tari Bradford
LCTCS Board of Supervisors

Helen Carter
LCTCS Board of Supervisors

Derrick Cole
Faculty Senate President, Baton Rouge Community College

Brian LaFleur
Owner, LaFleur Industries, LLC

Brandon McCarroll
System Support Analyst, Baton Rouge Community College

Tara Mitchell
Student Government Association President, Baton Rouge Community College

Michael "Mickey" Murphy
LCTCS Board of Supervisors

Pamela Ravare-Jones
Assistant Chief Administrative Officer, Office of the Baton Rouge Mayor-President

Christel Slaughter
CEO, SSA Consultants
LCTCS Foundation Board Member

Rachel Tidwell
Nursing Faculty, Baton Rouge Community College

On campus public forums for faculty and staff, students and community members will tentatively be held March 24, 2020 and March 25, 2020. Once scheduled, the specific times and public forum room locations will be announced. 

The Board is being assisted by the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) to conduct the search. ACCT, a non-profit organization and national executive search firm based in Washington, DC, has completed more than 400 CEO Executive Searches.

About Baton Rouge Community College

Baton Rouge Community College offers world-class educational opportunities for the Capitol Region by providing academic excellence, access for all, and a sustaining resource for the economic development of the state of Louisiana. Baton Rouge Community College's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is a major strength in providing outstanding academic and workforce development opportunities. Baton Rouge Community College offers transfer, career and technical training, adult education, and customized programs at nine locations throughout Baton Rouge and the surrounding area.