One of the Longest Serving HBCU Presidents Retires

The Anthem Executive team, congratulates Dr. Andrew Hugine for becoming one of the longest-serving Historically Black College & University (HBCU) presidents in the country. It was our team members’ pleasure to be a part of the recruiting efforts for your placement. We wish you the best in retirement.  https://www.al.com/news/2020/12/alabama-am-president-andrew-hugine-announces-retirement-oversaw-record-growth.html?outputType=amp

Anand Eswaran, former Head of Global Enterprise Business Services of Microsoft, joins RingCentral Inc.

Anand Eswaran, former Head of Global Enterprise Business Services of Microsoft, joins RingCentral Inc. – The Anthem Executive team members who supported Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) in the global executive search for its Corporate Vice President for Global Enterprise Business Services want to congratulate Anand Eswaran, former Head of Global Enterprise Business Services of Microsoft,

University of Kentucky Diversity Officer tapped as Provost of University of Michigan-Flint

Sonja Feist-Price appointed University of Michigan-Flint Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs…  Following a nationwide search conducted by Anthem Executive, the University of Michigan Board of Regents approved Sonja Feist-Price, a professor at the University of Kentucky, as the next provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Michigan-Flint. She will

Academic Hunger Games: HBCUs in Fight for Survival

This commentary in The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education is authored by Dr. John M. Rudley, one of Anthem Executive’s subject matter experts.  John is a former Special Assistant to the U.S. Department of Education; a former interim President and Chancellor of the University of Houston System; and the Eleventh President of Texas Southern

Nevada System of Higher Education Selects New UNLV President – First Black President in its 63-Year History

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Board of Regents voted to appoint Dr. Keith Whitfield as UNLV’s new president. He becomes UNLV’s 11th permanent president and the first Black president in the university’s 63-year history.  Dr. Whitfield, previously served as the provost and senior vice president of academic affairs and a professor of psychology