“I’m proud to be a part of this university,” he said. WMU’s new president talks about his family, football and why he came to Kalamazoo Under Clinton, Montgomery served as chief economist, then counselor and assistant secretary for the Department of Labor before being named deputy secretary of labor, where he oversaw operations of a $33-billion department. During Obama’s administration, he was a member of the president’s auto task force and led the inter-agency White House Council for Auto Communities and Workers, in a position the media dubbed “the Auto Czar.” During a more than 35-year academic career, Montgomery has held faculty positions at Carnegie Mellon and Michigan State universities and the University of Maryland. He has been at Georgetown since 2010. Montgomery will start at WMU on Aug. 1. Dunn, who had planned to retire June 30, will stay on the job through the end of July. Dunn said Montgomery is clearly an academician with an impressive curriculum vitae, or resume, both through his education at Pennsylvania State University and two advance degrees from Harvard University,and also thathe’s used it wisely inpublic policy under the administrations of two U.S. presidents. Being a dean at two outstanding universities was another positive, Dunn said. “He’s a really great connection and find for us,” Dunn said, agreeing with Montgomery that WMU is student-centric and that his background will help the college’s financial stability. “He’s a good listener and we need good listeners,” Dunn said, and he believes Montgomery will take action after gathering information about issues. The president-electhas a lot of energy, WMUs current president said, and his personality is a good fit for the university. “You want whoever follows you to be even better academically, because that’s what you want for the institution,”Dunn said. “Don’t take Western Michigan University lightly,” he said.
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