DR. WILLIAM B. HARVEY
Founding President Emeritus Ex-Officio
National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education
William B. Harvey brings four decades of experience in the academic and non-profit sectors to NADOHE. A distinguished researcher and administrator, Harvey's scholarly activity has been focused on the cultural and social factors that affect underserved populations, with particular emphasis on college and university settings. His extensive list of publications includes books, book chapters, refereed journal articles and professional and technical reviews. Among his recent scholarly contributions are an article in the June 2014 issue of the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education entitled, "Chief Diversity Officers and the Wonderful World of Academe", a commissioned paper for the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University entitled, Higher Education and Diversity: Ethical and Practical Responsibility in the Academy, and two co-edited volumes, Footprints to Success in the Academy, and Perspectives on Change in the American System of Higher Education, which were published in both English and Chinese by the Ocean University Press of China. Harvey serves as an Executive Editor of the Negro Education Review; Associate Editor of the Journal of Multicultural Learning and Teaching; and as an editorial board member for the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education; the Journal of the Professoriate; and Effective Practices for Academic Leaders.
Harvey's previous administrative positions include appointments as the Provost/Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Rosemont College; Vice President for Diversity and Equity at the University of Virginia, where he directed the Virginia-North Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation and secured a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation; Vice President and Director of the Center for Advance of Racial and Ethnic Equity at the American Council on Education; and Dean of the School of Education and Deputy Chancellor for Education Partnerships at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has also held the position of Chief Executive Officer of the International Reading Association.
In addition to having served as chair of the Education Advisory Committee of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Harvey has been a Visiting Associate at the Smithsonian Institution, an American Council on Education Fellow; an Institute for Educational Leadership Fellow; and a Summer Research Fellow at the Center for Advance Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. He is the founding President of the National Association for Diversity Officers in Higher Education and a member of the Board of the American Association for Blacks in Higher Education and the National Council for Research on Women. He has previously served on the board of the Yale-Howard Center on Health Disparities; the W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Program at Princeton University; the Study of New Scholars Project at Harvard University; the Site Support for Schools Project at Johns Hopkins University; the Martin Luther King Living History and Public Policy Center; and the Board of Visitors at the University of Pittsburgh School of Education.
Harvey received a bachelor's degree in English from West Chester University (PA), a master's degree in Social and Philosophical Foundations and doctoral degree in Anthropology of Education from Rutgers University.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Pinchuk has had an exemplary career serving his country, his company, and the American workforce. He received his M.B.A. from Harvard, and his Master and Bachelor of Science Degrees in Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He served our country in Vietnam as an officer in the United States Army.
Mr. Pinchuk currently serves on the board of directors of Columbus McKinnon Corporation, the National Association of Manufacturers, The Manufacturing Institute, the Manufacturer’s Alliance for Productivity and Innovation, and Carthage College. He serves on the Senior Advisory Board of the Syracuse University School of Management.
Before joining Snap-on in 2002 as senior vice president and president of Snap-on’s Worldwide Commercial and Industrial Group, Mr. Pinchuk was president, global refrigeration operations, a multi-billion-dollar business unit of Carrier Corporation and a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation. Before then, he was with the Ford Motor Company, where he held various financial and engineering positions.
Mr. Pinchuk is widely recognized for his leadership in education and workforce development. SkillsUSA named him Champion of the Year, identifying his extensive support for the growth of a skilled American workforce. IndustryWeek inducted him into the Manufacturing Hall of Fame recognizing his work in leading the American manufacturing renaissance. In addition, the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association has recognized him for his far-reaching professional contributions in the field of education.
Mr. Pinchuk continues to be an outspoken leader on the importance of workforce development and the critical role of community colleges in his media appearances and speaking engagements across the country. He appears regularly on CNBC and Bloomberg, commenting on the global economic scene and advocating for arming everyday people with the skills they need to win the global competition for jobs.