Dean of the Crummer Graduate School of Business

Dean of the Crummer Graduate School of Business


Rollins College announces a national search for the next Dean of the Crummer Graduate School of Business and invites nominations and applications for the position.


Founded in 1885, Rollins is Florida’s oldest post-secondary institution and has been an independent, nonsectarian, and coeducational comprehensive liberal arts college since its inception. The college’s 80-acre lakeside campus is located in Winter Park, just north of the global city of Orlando.


The Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College is distinguished by its renowned faculty, intimate class size, and applied approach to learning. It touts top MBA rankings from publications such as Bloomberg Businessweek and Forbes magazines and is among the top 5% of business schools to carry AACSB International graduate-level accreditation, including for its Executive Doctorate in Business Administration degree, the first accredited program of its kind in Florida.


The new Dean will have an opportunity to build upon Crummer’s solid foundation by exploring additional forms of degree programs and certifications, extending the School’s geographic reach, and continuing to create and enhance strategic business relationships.


A complete Position Profile, with additional information about Rollins College, the Crummer Graduate School of Business, and the opportunities and challenges for the next Dean, may be found at


For fullest consideration, applications and nominations should be submitted electronically by January 20, 2023 to:


All candidate names will remain confidential, except for those individuals invited to campus interviews. Application materials (MS Word or PDF format) must include:


  1. A letter of interest that addresses how the candidate’s experiences and qualifications intersect with the opportunities and challenges outlined in the Position Profile;
  2. A curriculum vitae; and
  3. A list of five professional references with the candidate’s relationship to each referee, as well as telephone numbers and email addresses for future contact. References will not be contacted without prior permission granted by the candidate.


Dr. Kim Bobby, Mr. Larry Ladd, and Dr. Robert Holyer – all representing AGB Search – will be assisting the Dean Search Committee. Prospective candidates are encouraged to contact Dr. Bobby, Mr. Ladd, or Dr. Holyer directly by email prior to submitting materials:


Dr. Kim Bobby, Principal,, (253) 861-7738

Mr. Larry Ladd, Executive Search Consultant,, (508) 274-0910

Dr. Robert Holyer, Executive Search Consultant,, (804) 402-6736


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