After months of meetings and reviewing applications from more than 70 candidates, the committee tasked with finding the next President of Florida International University has decided the “best person” to fill the job has been there all along.
As it turns out, he’s also the only person left to consider after other candidates dropped out of contention.
The man for the job: Kenneth Jessell, the school’s former chief financial officer who for years served as the right hand to longtime FIU President Mark Rosenberg.
On Wednesday, FIU Presidential Search Committee Chair Roger Tovar announced Jessell as the sole finalist to become
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