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Dutschke Named VP at Williams


Dr. Jeremy Dutschke has been named vice president for enrollment management and student services at Williams Baptist College. Dutschke, who is currently director of the Ph.D. in Leadership Studies Program at Dallas Baptist University, will begin work at Williams in August.

"We conducted a nationwide search and had a great slate of candidates to fill this position. Dr. Dutschke rose to the top of that list with his administrative background and two decades of experience in Baptist higher education, not to mention his enthusiasm," said Dr. Tom Jones, WBC's president. "He is a great fit for Williams, and we are very excited to welcome him and his family to our college."

In his new role at Williams, Dutschke (pronounced DUTCH-key) will be responsible for both student recruitment and student services, overseeing the offices of admissions, financial aid and student affairs.

"My family and I are very excited to join the WBC family as I serve in the capacity of vice president for enrollment management and student services. I look forward to serving this dynamic, Christian liberal arts institution, helping to build upon WBC's rich history as we progress into the future the Lord has for us," Dutschke said.

Dutschke has worked at Dallas Baptist since 1993, while he was still a student at the institution. Since earning his bachelor's degree there in 1996, he has held administrative positions in admissions, residence life, administrative affairs and graduate programs.

He has a master of education degree from DBU and a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University.

"It was not only a personal pleasure to meet Dr. Dutschke, but also a professionally fulfilling exercise to hear a candidate express his qualifications, and his grasp of faith and Christian education, so eloquently and impressively," said Dana Kelley of Jonesboro, a WBC trustee who was involved in the search process.

Dutschke is an active Southern Baptist who has served previously on church staffs in the Dallas area. He and his wife, Kendra, have three sons.

He will replace Angela Flippo, who is leaving Williams at the end of this school year to spend more time with her family. Flippo has worked at WBC since 1993.

"We cannot express adequately the deep gratitude we feel for Angela Flippo," said Jones. "She has done an exemplary job as vice president, and she will be missed both personally and professionally. We wish her the best in this exciting new chapter of her life."

Williams is a four-year, liberal arts college at Walnut Ridge.

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