ETS Board of Trustees Hires Firm to Assist its Search for Next President and CEO
- Jason Baran
- Jason Baran
Princeton, N.J. (November 12, 2012) —
The Board of Trustees of Educational Testing Service (ETS) announced that it has retained executive search firm Russell Reynolds Associates to assist in the identification of candidates to become the next president and CEO of ETS. Following the announcement by current President and CEO Kurt M. Landgraf that he will leave ETS at the completion of his current contract at the end of 2013, the Board of Trustees formed a search committee for Landgraf's replacement.
"The search committee undertook a thorough and thoughtful process to find the executive recruitment team that we feel can best support the continued growth and success of ETS," said Robert S. Murley, ETS Board of Trustees Chair. "The members of the committee will consider internal and external candidates for the position."
Laurie Nash and Mary Tydings will lead the search project for Russell Reynolds Associates.
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