Presidential Search

The IMSA Board of Trustees (BoT) has begun the process of seeking the 4th president in the history of the Academy to replace President José M. Torres, who will be retiring at the end of the academic year.

The presidential transition is a strategic imperative to support and protect IMSA’s reputation, value proposition, and integrity. The BoT is committed to a transparent and inclusive selection process for IMSA’s next president and has created a Presidential Search Committee (PSC). The purpose of the PSC is to identify and nominate to the BoT, consistent with IMSA’s mission and the Board’s current strategic initiatives, one President candidate for the Board’s consideration.

The PSC will include representation from alumni, faculty, staff and Cabinet. The Board has appointed BoT Chairman Dr. Erin Roche (‘89) to lead the PSC, which also includes Trustees Dr. Paula Olszewski-Kubilius, Kathleen Clarke (‘93), Dr. Steve Sims, Dr. Luis Núñez, Dr. Marsha Rosner, and four non-Trustees.

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