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After an international search, Dean Michael Holen of Kansas State University has named Charlie Nutt as Executive Director of NACADA, replacing Roberta “Bobbie” Flaherty, who moved into phased retirement as of August 1. Nutt has been with the Executive Office since 2002 as Associate Director, and he had served the Association in a variety of leadership roles prior to assuming the Associate Director role. He has also been actively involved in the Association through serving on the faculties of a variety of NACADA Institutes, publishing in a variety of NACACA publications, serving as keynote speaker or workshop facilitator on numerous campuses, and working with numerous campuses to evaluate their advising programs and services and provide recommendations for improvements.

Prior to coming to the NACADA Executive Office and Kansas State University, Nutt served in various capacities for 17 years at Coastal Georgia Community College, including Vice President for Student Development, Director of Advisement / Orientation, Registrar, and Assistant Professor of English. He has taught and served as an administrator in secondary education as well.

Nutt has an Associate of Arts degree in English from Brunswick College, Bachelors in Education from the University of Georgia, and Masters and Doctorate of Education from Georgia Southern University.

Cite this article using APA style as: Charlie Nutt named NACADA executive director. (2007, December). Academic Advising Today, 30(4). Retrieved from [insert url here]


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