Comings and Goings …
Kate Luczko announced she will step down as president and CEO of Stay Work Play New Hampshire, a nonprofit dedicated to retention and attraction of young talent in New Hampshire.
Lawrence McHugh announced he will step down as chair of the University of Connecticut Board of Trustees after eight years. McHugh received a New England Higher Education Excellence Award in 2009 when he was chair of the Connecticut State University System.
Williams College President Adam Falk announced he will leave the college after eight years in charge to become president of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, which makes grants to support research and education related to science, technology, engineering, mathematics and economics.
Northeastern University appointed Peter Temes as the new regional dean and CEO of its Seattle campus. Temes was founder and president of the ILO (Innovation in Large Organizations) Institute since 2005. Before that, he served as president of Antioch New England Graduate School for three years.
Albertus Magnus College appointed Sean-Michael Green to be its inaugural vice president for enrollment management. Green previously served as associate vice president for graduate enrollment and marketing at University of New Haven, and before that, held positions at Marist College, Westfield State College and the University of Pittsburgh.
Glenn Harris, president of the Center for Social Inclusion (CSI), was named president of the new Race Forward, uniting CSI and Race Forward, where Rinku Sen served 11 years as president and will become senior strategist.