President Search

Owens Community College has retained AGB Search to conduct a national search for the 8th President/Chief Executive Officer for the College.

The College seeks a president with outstanding leadership qualities, proven success leading a dynamic complex organization, and a demonstrated ability to build partnerships with key stakeholders.  The next president will engage the college community toward the shared vision as the premier two-year college in northwest Ohio, and the first choice for students seeking credentials and an indispensable educational partner in the communities that we serve.

Application Process

Applications are welcomed from candidates who desire to become part of our student-centered organization with faculty and staff who deeply understand and serve the community college mission.

Owens Community College is committed to recruiting a diverse, high-quality workforce dedicated to meeting the higher education needs of our community. Women and persons from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. Successful leaders from professions other than higher education are welcome to apply.

All application materials will be received in full confidence, and should be submitted electronically to AGB Search at:

Inquiries and nominations should be directed to:

Roderick J. McDavis, Ph.D.
Managing Principal
AGB Search

Kim R. Bobby, Ed.D.
Executive Search Consultant
AGB Search

Frederick V. Moore, J.D./M.B.A.
Executive Search Consultant
AGB Search

Information on the search is also available via  and

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