Duquesne University Announces Athletic Director Search Committee
Duquesne today announced the membership of the committee that will conduct the search for the University's next director of athletics. The committee will be chaired by John Plante, Duquesne's vice president for university advancement.
"The committee is made up of exceptional individuals who broadly represent our athletic and institutional constituencies," said Plante. "This job is one of the best in the nation right now, and as such will attract a strong pool of well qualified candidates. The search itself has already begun, and at the outset I reminded the committee of one of John Wooden's most famous sayings, 'Be quick, but don't hurry.' We are going to find the very best person to lead Dukes athletics into the future, and we will do so in a timely fashion."
Besides Plante, the members of the committee are:
- Joseph Guyaux
Sr. Vice Chairman, PNC Financial Services Group
Emeritus Member, Duquesne University Board of Directors
- Paul Matvey '76
Shareholder, Schneider Downs
Member, Duquesne Athletic Fund Advisory Board
- Sherene Brantley '02
Assistant Director of Athletics, Duquesne University
- Jim Ferry
Head Men's Basketball Coach, Duquesne University
- Matthew Frist '98
Associate Vice President for Finance and Business, Duquesne University
- Jeff Mallory
Director of Multicultural Affairs, Duquesne University
- Dr. Paula Turocy
Associate Professor of Athletic Training
Faculty Athletic Representative 2006-2010, Duquesne University
- Rachel Wojdowski
Assistant Women's Basketball Coach, Duquesne University.
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