New Chiefs at Albertus Magnus, Quinsigamond, MGH Institute; Maine’s Ed Commish Merry-Go-Round; Boston Latin Names First African-American Leader

By John O. Harney

Comings and Goings …

Marc M. Camille

Marc M. Camille, vice president for enrollment management and communications at Loyola University Maryland, was named president of Albertus Magnus College. He succeeds Julia McNamara, who served 34 years until stepping down in June 2016, and Sister Anne Kilbride who has been interim president since then.

Quinsigamond Community College trustees named Luis G. Pedraja, currently interim vice chancellor of academic affairs for the Peralta Community College District in California, to be the next president of the Worcester, Mass.-based college.

Penn State College of Nursing dean Paula Milone-Nuzzo was named the sixth president of the MGH Institute of Health Professions, succeeding Janis Bellack, who is retiring in June after 10 years leading the graduate school related to Massachusetts General Hospital.

Maine’s Acting Education Commissioner Robert Hasson was expected to be appointed to the permanent position as Maine’s first full-fledged education commissioner since 2014, when Jim Rier left the post, leading to as string of acting state commissioners.

Boston Public Schools named Rachel Skerritt to be the 28th headmaster of Boston Latin School and the first person of color to lead the 382-year-old school, her alma mater.

NEBHE appointed accomplished Massachusetts higher ed policymaker Susan Lane as the regional organization’s senior director of policy and research. Please see NEBHE Appoints New Senior Director of Policy and Research for more.


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