A Southeast Arkansas College trustee has provided the Commercial with access to the applications of people who applied to be the college’s next president.


The Pine Bluff Commercial submitted a Freedom of Information Act request Wednesday, Oct. 25, to SEARK College Board Chairman Paul Bennett prior to his meeting with other college trustees. The college began a search in the summer for college president Steven Hilterbran’s successor by contracting with the Association of Community College Trustees to build a profile to attract candidates.


Hilterbran plans to retire Dec. 31, 2017. Hired in 2011, Hilterbran earns about $181,863 per year and is not involved in the search for his successor.


Bennett said the ACCT representatives mailed the applications on Monday from Washington, D.C., and that the applications arrived in Pine Bluff on Wednesday. Two people withdraw their applications before the Pine Bluff Commercial submitted its request.


Finalists for the position are Kaleybra Morehead, Steven Bloomberg, Paul Hutchins and Marlon Mitchell. Their credentials are listed among the applicants below.


The list is organized by names of applicants, their current town of residence, their highest level of education and their current or most recent job title.


1. Thomas Harrison of Springfield, Missouri. Doctorate in higher education administration from Saint Louis University. Director of academic affairs at the University of Phoenix in McAllen, Texas.


2. Withdrew application.


3. Roger Ramsammy of Homestead, Florida. Doctorate in molecular biology from Howard University. Campus president of Miami Dade College in Florida.


4. (FINALIST) Marlon Mitchell of Gary, Indiana. Doctorate in instructional systems technology from Indiana University Bloomington. Campus president of Ivy Tech Community College in Indiana.


5. Brian Johnson of Fort Mill, South Carolina. Doctorate in 17th century to 19th century American Literature. President of Tuskegee University in Alabama.


6. George Lucas. Dublin, Ohio. Doctorate of business administration from Nova Southeast University. Executive consultant of higher education and business.


7. (FINALIST) Paul Hutchins of Clinton, North Carolina. Doctorate of education from the University of Florida in higher education administration. President of Sampson Community College.


8. Karole Williams of Hampton, Virginia. Master’s degree in public health from the American Military University. Most recently medical support assistant at McDonald Army Health Center.


9. Said Sewell of Austell, Texas. Doctorate in political science from Clark Atlanta University. Provost and vice president of academic affairs at Lincoln University in Missouri.


10. Marjorie Price-Seeger of Rexburg, Idaho. Master’s degree in higher education and organizational communication. Vice President of Victoria College in Texas.


11. Ronald Sloan of Yorktown, Indiana. Doctorate of musical arts from the University of Arizona. Student Success Support at Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana.


12. Withdraw application.


13. Anthony Kinkel of Tullahoma, Tennessee. Doctorate of education from the University of Minnesota. President ofMotlow State Community College.


14. Joshua Moore of White Hall, Arkansas. Doctorate in chemistry from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Chemist at the Food and Drug Administration/Arkansas Laboratory.


15. Daryoush Allaei of Wayzata, Minnesota. Doctorate in mechanical engineering from Purdue University. Chief Executive Officer at SheerWind.


16. Ivory Taylor of Southaven, Mississippi. Doctorate of Education from Arkansas State University. CEO of Taylor Brown LLC.


17. Richard Fleming of Prince Frederick, Maryland. Doctorate in education from the University of Northern Colorado. Vice president/dean of Prince Frederick campus of the College of Southern Maryland.


18. Michael Vitale of Kansas City, Kansas. Doctorate in biology from the University of South Florida. Most recently vice president of academic and student services at Kansas City [Kansas] Community College.


19. Chantell Hines-Link of Cypress, Texas. Doctorate in psychology from Capella University. Associate vice chancellor ofstudent success at Lone Star College.


20. Glenn Coltharp of Asbury, Missouri. Doctorate of education from Kansas State University. Vice president of academic affairs at Crowder College.


21. Angela Olsen of Harrison, Arkansas. Doctorate of education from Arkansas State University. Instructor at North Arkansas College.


22. Tracey Moore of Little Rock, Arkansas. Doctorate in urban higher education from Jackson State University. Most recently vice president of enrollment management at Arkansas Baptist College.


23. Withdrew application.


24. Philip Shirley of Sherwood, Arkansas. Doctorate in philosophy from the University of North Texas. President of Clarendon College.


25. Christopher Daniel of River, Kentucky. Doctorate in educational leadership from Liberty University. Dean of Research, Planning and Analysis at Big Sandy Community and Technical College.


26. Glendon Forgey of Athens, Texas. Doctorate of education from the University of Oklahoma. President of Trinity Valley Community College.


27. John Lewis of Lake City, Arkansas. Doctorate of education from the University of Memphis. Director of financial aid at Christian Brothers University in Tennessee.


28. Frank Tridico of Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario, Canada. Doctorate from Wayne State University. Equity and Human Rights Director at Calabrians Multicultural World Society in Ontario.


29. Gaby Hawat of Windermere, Florida. Doctorate in Higher Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Principle at Catalyst Partners in Washington, D.C.


30. Rebekah Murphy of Jacksonville, Florida. Doctorate in education from Argosy University. Most recently adjunct instructor/intern at Jones College.


31. Richard McCallum of Cuthbert, Georgia. Doctorate in education from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Interim Dean for Academic Affairs at Andrew College.


32. Rick Jenkins of Redfield, Arkansas. Doctorate in education from Liberty University. Development System Lead Analyst/Programmer at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.


33. Dreand Johnson of Trophy Club, Texas. Doctorate in educational administration at the University of Texas. Vice President of Instruction at Iowa Central Community College.


34. Carlos Clark of Montgomery, Alabama. Doctorate in higher education administration from the University of Mississippi. Management consultant at Clark and Company LLC.


35. Frances Lynn Moore of Hamilton, Texas. Doctorate in educational administration- community college leadership program from the University of Texas at Austin. Self-employed Excellence in Education consultant.


36. Dwayne Scott of Cordova, Tennessee. Doctorate of education from Arkansas State University. Manager, Family Partnerships and School Support for the Shelby County, Tennessee, School District.


37. J. Michael Thomson of Sagamore Hills, Ohio. Doctorate in political science at the University of Kentucky. Eastern campus president of Cuyahoga Community College.


38. Deborah Garrett of Cabot, Arkansas. Doctorate in education from Northern Arizona University. Most recently was the vice chancellor for student services at Arkansas State University in Beebe.


39. Michael Gunter of Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Doctorate in information systems and science from Nova Southeastern University. Self-employed management consultant.


40. LeGene Quesenberry of Brookville, Pennsylvania. Juris doctorate from Gonzaga University. Interim president of the American University of Nigeria.


41. Howard Smith II of Wynne, Arkansas. Doctorate in political science/public administration from Clark Atlanta Univerity. Academic Dean at PLUM Foundation.


42. Annesa Cheek of Dayton, Ohio. Doctorate of education from the University of Texas at Austin. Vice president, School, & Community Partnerships of Sinclair Community College.


43. Mary Lackie of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Doctorate of education from the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. Vice Chancellor for University Advancement at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.


44. Bentley Wallace of North Little Rock, Arkansas. Doctorate of education from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Vice Chancellor for Economic Development at the University of Arkansas Pulaski Technical College.


45. Adrian Douglas of Cedar Hill, Texas. Doctorate in Community College Leadership from Colorado State University. Vice President of Business Services at Eastfield College.


46. Michael Fitzpatrick of Pratt, Kansas. Doctorate in special education at the University of Kansas. Vice President of Instruction at Pratt Community College.


47. Usman Adamu of Paris, Michigan. Doctorate in education from Michigan State University. Director of the School of Education at Ferris State University.


48. Janet Evelyn of South Bend, Indiana. Doctorate in leadership for higher education community colleges from Capella University. Special Projects Associate- workforce alignment at Ivy Tech Community College.


49. Gregory Hudson of Montgomery, Alabama. Doctorate of education from Delta State University. Chief Student Services Officer/Dean of Students and Senior Executive Officer at Trenholm State Community College.


50. Nathan Church of Hemet, California. Doctorate in sociology from Rutgers University. President of World Education University.


51. Nicholas Akinkuoye of Brawley, California. Doctorate in vocational and technical education/industrial training from Virginia Tech. Vice president of academic services/accreditation liaison officer at Imperial Valley College.


52. Michael Rogg of Liberal, Kansas. Master’s degree in educational administration from Washburn University. Director of auxiliary services of the Unified School District Number 480.


53. (FINALIST) Kaleybra Morehead of Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Doctorate of Education from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Vice President for Academic Affairs at the institutional effectiveness coordinator/accreditation liaison officer at Southeast Arkansas College.


54. Joseph McCann of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Doctorate in higher education-administration, curriculum and instruction at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Programs Team Leader (Chief Academic and Student Services Officer) at Wyoming Community College Commission.


55. Harold Arnett of Arkansas City, Kansas. Doctorate in teacher education and research at Ohio State University. Vice President of Academic Affairs at Cowley College in Kansas.


56. Gregory South of Weed, California. Doctorate in education from the University of Idaho. Most recently was acting superintendent/president/vice president of academic affairs/dean of student learning at College of the Siskiyous.


57. Melanie W. Thornton of Albany, Georgia. Doctorate of education in curriculum studies from Georgia Southern University. Vice President of Academic Affairs at Columbus [Georgia] Technical College.


58. (FINALIST) Steven Bloomberg of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Master’s degree of education from West Texas A&M University. Executive Vice President of Oklahoma City Community College.