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Regent College's Presidential Search

As announced on February 27, 2024, President Jeff Greenman will be retiring in June 2025, and Regent College is conducting a Presidential Search. At the direction of the Board of Governors, a search committee was formed, incorporating representation from the Board, faculty, senior staff, and students. The committee began work immediately, confident in God’s continuing provision for Regent’s needs and excited for the future.

Regent’s outgoing President, Jeff Greenman, is looking forward to serving the College community throughout the transition. "When the Board of Governors offered me my current position, I told them that my goal as President was to finish well, no matter how many years I served in the role. That continues to be my goal. I am totally committed to supporting an effective transition for my successor, whomever God calls to this office."

Regent has engaged The Dingman Company to aid in the comprehensive and global search for its next leader. Dingman has a proven track record of finding executive leaders for evangelical non-profits, including many higher education institutions. They come highly recommended by many, including the chair of the recently completed search for Ambrose University in Calgary.

Dingman will collect applications and conduct initial interviews. God willing, the committee will meet a short list of candidates in Vancouver in late fall 2024, with a decision finalized in time for a start date of July 1, 2025. The committee sees its work primarily as a discernment process, and would greatly appreciate the larger Regent community’s prayers for the committee, the candidates, and the process as a whole. In this time of transition, may we as a community lift our eyes to the mountains and rejoice that our "help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth" (Psalm 121:2).

Regent College Presidential Opportunity Profile (PDF, 564 KB)


Presidential Search Committee
5800 University Blvd
Vancouver, BC V6T 2E4
[email protected]

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Presidential Search Q&A

Who is on the Search Committee?

  • Marv Franz, Co-Chair
    Regent College Board of Governors; Alumnus, ThM '01
    Principal, New Vantage, Waterloo, ON

  • Toni Kim, Co-Chair
    Regent College Board of Governors; Alumna, MCS '98
    Director of Spiritual Care, National Association of Evangelicals, Charlottesville, VA

  • Ross Hastings
    Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology
  • Brittany Melton
    Associate Professor of Old Testament
  • Mika Keats
    Director of Human Resources
  • Eunice Sunmie Derksen
    Current Student

Will internal candidates be considered?

Internal candidates are welcome to indicate their desire to be considered and may be selected to be interviewed for the position. The committee’s goal is to identify the best next leader to serve as President of Regent College.

Will Regent College’s Moral Vision Statement and other key statements, such as the current Strategic Plan and the College’s Global Mission Statement, remain a priority in this process?

Regent College’s Board of Governors is committed to the College’s mission in all its dimensions. The alignment of the new President with Regent’s mission and vision will be of the highest importance.

Jeffrey P. Greenman, President

BA (Albion College), MDiv (Regent College), MA (University of Oxford), PhD (University of Virginia)

Jeff-greenmanJeffrey P. Greenman is President and Professor of Theology and Ethics at Regent College. Prior to assuming his present role, he served as Academic Dean and Executive Vice President at Regent. Dr. Greenman is an experienced leader in evangelical theological education. Between 2005–2013, he served as Associate Dean of Biblical & Theological Studies and Professor of Christian Ethics at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. Previously, he worked for nine years at Tyndale Seminary in Toronto, where he held the R.J. Bernardo Family Chair of Leadership (2003–2005), served as Vice President & Academic Dean (1998–2003), and directed a Master of Theological Studies program (1996–1998). Before taking up these leadership roles in theological education, he worked in the US government in the areas of education and juvenile justice, as well as working in national politics and in educational consulting.

View Jeff Greenman's full faculty profile

Watch Dr. Greenman deliver his Presidential Installation Address, “Now More than Ever: Whole Persons, Whole People, Whole World”:

Listen some of Dr. Greenman's lectures and chapel talks below, or see his Regent Audio profile for more resources.

"Living Faithfully in a Fearful World"

"A Worshipping Community"

"Belonging to God"

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