NVC President Search

Northwest Vista College (NVC) is looking for the next President to lead the college into the future following the retirement of President Ric Baser. The president of the college reports to the Chancellor and serves on the District Senior Leadership Team comprised of college and district leaders to further the mission of the college and the district. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced leader with a true passion for the mission of community colleges to lead a team of talented faculty, staff, and administrators at the college and join a team of committed high performing colleagues in the Alamo Colleges District. 

The following candidates, recommended to the Alamo Colleges District Chancellor Dr. Mike Flores by the Northwest Vista College Presidential Search Committee, will participate in college visits and college-wide forums next week. 


Meet the Candidates:


Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Dr. Kim Armstrong

Dr. Kim Armstrong
10:45 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Innovation Center - Manzanillo Hall


Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Dr. Charles Lepper

Dr. Charles (Chuck) Lepper
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Innovation Center - Manzanillo Hall


Information is posted with the consent of each candidate.

Submit questions for the candidate forums at this link:

The link will close on Thursday, June 16 at 5 pm.


Download the Executive Search Profile


NVC Organizational Chart


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The Northwest Vista College organizational chart shows a student-centered leadership structure that represents our institution.


Process Timeline

Important Dates

May 9 - Committee members begin evaluating candidate application materials

May 11 - Application deadline for candidates

May 26 - Search team meets with Search Committee to assist in selection of semi-finalists

June 1-2 - Search Committee conducts semi-finalist interviews and selects finalists to be recommended

June 3-17 - Search team conducts intensive due diligence on finalists and files are updated for hiring authority to review

June 20-22 - Finalists interview on campus with members of the College community