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Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting

Over the past three decades, Myers McRae has earned a national reputation for excellence, consistently identifying and recruiting talented leaders for higher education, not-for-profit organizations, corporations and businesses, and governmental agencies. Thoughtful, knowledgeable insight and in-depth understanding and experience in search and recruitment are strengths that permeate every service that Myers McRae provides clients across the nation.

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Auburn University Seeks Nursing Faculty/Researchers to Expand, Enhance Research Program

The Auburn University School of Nursing invites applications for three full-time, 9- or 12-month faculty/researcher positions. Successful candidates will be appointed as a tenure-track Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor, depending upon experience and qualifications. Candidates with expertise in the area of Adult Health/Medical Surgical, Pediatrics, Community Health, Maternal Health, or Mental Health with active or recent projects of research are preferred. These faculty appointments are on-campus positions. The preferred start date for the positions is Fall 2021, but a later start date will be considered.

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Georgia Sports Hall of Fame Honors the Community Leadership of Myers McRae CEO Emily Parker Myers

During the 2021 Induction Ceremony of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame on May 22nd, the museum announced the establishment of the Emily Parker Myers Leadership Award. The award will honor individuals who have voluntarily stepped forward to provide leadership and guidance to their community in a sport environment.

Throughout her distinguished career, Emily Parker Myers has been committed to community service. When she was first appointed to the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame Authority in 2010 by Gov. Sonny Purdue and later re-appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal and Gov. Brian Kemp, it was a natural fit. She subsequently was elected chair by the board members and remained the chair or co-chair from 2011 to 2020.

When the State of Georgia eliminated funding for GSHF in 2010, Ms. Myers successfully rallied the support of the Macon community to keep the museum open. Through her ongoing diligent efforts, the museum continues to be vibrant today, serving thousands of visitors and hosting hundreds of events annually. In 2020, she concluded her tenure on the Authority Board with the announcement of a major grant that has retired the facility’s mortgage and provided significant renovations.

“Individuals who excel in sports represent the very best in perseverance, discipline, and goal setting,” she said. “The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame shares their unique stories, recognizes their hard work, celebrates their victories, and inspires visitors to reach for and achieve their own goals.”