1 JAMES H. RICHEY 206 Riverside Drive Melbourne Beach, FL (321) ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS Juris Doctorate, The Ohio State University College of Law (1988). Bachelor of Science, Michigan State University, (1985). Major: Accounting. SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE Interim President October 2011-Present As Interim President of, and consistent with Florida Statutes and the rules of the State Board of Education, the responsibilities of the chief executive officer of the college include: Recommending the adoption of rules to the community college board of trustees to implement provisions of law governing the operation and administration of the community college. Preparing a budget request and numerous operating budgets, and capital outlay budgets, for approval by the community college board of trustees. Establishing and implementing policies and procedures to recruit, appoint, transfer, promote, compensate, evaluate, reward, demote, discipline, and remove personnel. Establishing, implementing, and enforcing procedures governing the admission and retention of BCC students. Approving, executing, and administering contracts for and on behalf of the community college board of trustees for licenses; the acquisition or provision of commodities, goods, equipment, and services; leases of real and personal property; and planning and construction to be rendered to or by the community college. Acting for the community college board of trustees as custodian of all community college property and financial resources. The authority includes the ability to prioritize the use of community college space, property, equipment, and resources and the authority to impose charges for the use of those items. Establishing the internal academic calendar of the community college. Administering the community college's program of intercollegiate athletics. Recommending to the board of trustees the establishment and termination of programs within the approved role and scope of the community college. Awarding degrees upon the recommendation and approval of the faculty. Recommending to the board of trustees a schedule of tuition and fees to be charged by the community college.
2 Reviewing periodically the operations of the community college in order to determine how effectively and efficiently the community college is being administered and whether it is meeting the goals of its strategic plan. Entering into agreements for student exchange programs that involve students at the community college and students in other institutions of higher learning. Approving the internal procedures of student government organizations and providing purchasing, contracting, and budgetary review processes for these organizations. Ensuring compliance with federal and state laws, rules, regulations, and other requirements that are applicable to the community college. Maintaining all data and information pertaining to the operation of the community college, and reporting on the attainment by the community college of institutional and statewide performance accountability goals. Certifying to the Department of Education a project's compliance with the requirements for expenditure of PECO funds prior to release of funds. Developing and implementing jointly with the superintendent of Brevard Public Schools a comprehensive articulated acceleration program, including a comprehensive inter-institutional articulation agreement, for the students enrolled in their respective school districts and service areas. Having authority, after notice to the student of the charges and after a hearing thereon, to expel, suspend, or otherwise discipline any student who is found to have violated any law, ordinance, or rule or regulation of the State Board of Education or of the board of trustees of the community college. Submitting an annual employment accountability plan to the Department of Education. Annually evaluating, or having a designee annually evaluate, each department chairperson, dean, provost, and vice president in achieving the annual and long-term goals and objectives of the community college's employment accountability plan. Developing, implementing, and enforcing annual budgets totaling approximately $95 million. Serving as the chief fundraising official for the college, developing and implementing strategies that produced donations, contributions and fundraising revenue that exceed $5.4 million over the past four fiscal years. Directing all aspects of collective bargaining negotiations with the chapter of the United Faculty of Florida. Serving as the official spokesperson for the college on all areas of policy, custom and practice. Leading college personnel and stakeholders by employing outstanding communications, listening and team building skills, and engendering confidence and trust with mutual respect, sincerity and a united sense of purpose for the BCC mission. Executive Vice President, General Counsel July 2010-October 2011 Oversight of all academic, business, financial, legal affairs and intercollegiate athletics for Brevard Community College, which includes more than 1,550 employees, of whom 765 are full-time. Specific duties included: Oversaw preparation of and inspection of all college financial reporting.
3 Lead and managed all areas of college-wide strategic planning processes and activities. Lead and supervised all college/campus business, financial and related activities. Oversaw and monitored all college investments totaling $50 million. Coordinated capital project planning, including $20 million in projects to renovate, improve and enhance college facilities, oversaw construction accounts and monitored receipt and disbursement of construction funds. Responsible for college Emergency Management Plan. Oversaw departments that include, but not limited to, Financial Services, Information Technology, Human Resources, Foundation and Alumni Relations, Intercollegiate Athletics, Marketing and Media Relations, WBCC-TV, and all legal services. Played leading role in increasing the number of full-time faculty from 193 to 253, and increasing the diversity of faculty and staff. Played central role in annual increase in enrollment, with current annual unduplicated enrollment now reaching 30,000. Directed all aspects of collective bargaining negotiations and put in place 3-year contract with the chapter of the United Faculty of Florida. Taught course in wills and trusts (PLA 2601) as an adjunct professor and credentialed to teach an additional 19 courses in law and criminal justice. Oversaw Student Government Associations on all four campuses, and hosted regular meetings with SGA leaders. Testified before joint House-Senate session of the Florida Legislature on higher education issues. Overall contributions helped make among the top community colleges in the nation, ranking 28 th in the number of two-year associate degrees awarded to all students, and 2 nd in Florida Community College graduation rates. Represented the college on the Council of Business Affairs and at other conferences, meetings and committees as appointed by the President. Responsible for conducting legal research, formulating analyses and legal opinions. Reviewed litigation brought by or against the College and, as appropriate, referred specialized legal matters and issues to the College's retained general counsel for further analysis and action. Offered assistance and advice to the District Administration for ensuring compliance with applicable Federal, State, and local regulations such as those relating to employment rights, regulations, procedures and negotiations; procurement, accounting and auditing; insurance and risk management; planned giving and major-gifts acquisition; and other issues of importance to the administration of the College. Drafted, reviewed, negotiated, and recommended to the President all College-related contracts and agreements prior to their execution. Interpreted and applied relevant federal, state, and local legislative and regulatory laws and regulations pertaining to operations, issues, and initiatives of the College's Direct Support Organizations: Foundation, Inc., and the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts. Maintained legal records of the College and its Direct Support Organizations. Provided legal advice to the BCC Board of Trustees as required. Coordinated responses from the District Administration to public-records requests and other routine law-related inquiries, directives or actions common to public institutions and state agencies.
4 Recommended changes in college policies pertaining to finance and related areas of responsibility. Served as liaison with staff of the Florida State College System, monitored pending legislation, and disseminated information as directed by the President. Vice President Business Affairs, General Counsel October 2008-July 2010 Provided oversight for all College financial and business services. Provided administrative leadership and supervision for college/campus business, financial and related activities. Oversaw preparation of and inspected all college financial and business reporting. Participated in college-wide strategic planning activities. Developed college-wide annual operating and capital outlay budgets for the approval of the President. Supervised Accounting and Finance, Plant Operations and Maintenance, Auxiliary services, and other areas as assigned. Oversaw all college investments. Coordinated capital project planning, oversaw construction accounts and monitored receipt and disbursement of construction funds. Offered assistance and advice to the District Administration for ensuring compliance with applicable Federal, State, and local regulations such as those relating to employment rights, regulations, procedures and negotiations; procurement, accounting and auditing; insurance and risk management; planned giving and major-gifts acquisition; and other issues of importance to the administration of the College. Conducted legal research, formulating analyses and legal opinions, reviewing litigation brought by or against the College and, as appropriate, referring specialized legal matters and issues to the College's retained general counsel for further analysis and action. Drafted, reviewed, negotiated, and recommended to the President all College-related contracts and agreements prior to their execution. Interpreted and applied relevant federal, state, and local legislative and regulatory laws and regulations pertaining to operations, issues, and initiatives of the College's Direct Support Organizations: Foundation, Inc., and the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts. Maintained legal records of the College and its Direct Support Organizations Coordinated responses from the District Administration to public-records requests and other routine law-related inquiries, directives or actions common to public institutions and state agencies. Recommended changes in college-wide policies and procedures pertaining to finance and related areas of responsibility. Served as liaison with staff of the Florida State College System for the monitoring of pending legislation, and for the dissemination of information as directed by the President.
5 Internal Counsel April 2008-October 2008 Responsible for conducting legal research, formulating analyses and legal opinions. Maintained an active involvement in the oversight of the College s business services, including the Foundation. Reviewed litigation brought by or against the College and, as appropriate, referred specialized legal matters and issues to the College s retained general counsel. Offered assistance and advice to the District Administration for ensuring compliance with applicable Federal, State, and Local regulations such as those relating to employment rights, regulations, procedures and negotiations; procurement, accounting and auditing; campus safety and security; digital security and information technology; insurance and risk management; planned giving and major-gifts acquisition; and other issues of importance to the administration of the College. Drafted, reviewed, negotiated, and recommended to the President all College-related contracts and agreements prior to their execution. Interpreted and applied relevant Federal, State, and Local legislative and regulatory laws and regulations pertaining to operations, issues, and initiatives of the College s Direct Support Organizations: Foundation, Inc., and the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts. Maintained legal records of the College and its Direct Support Organizations. Coordinated responses from the District Administration to public-records requests and other routine law-related inquiries, directives or actions common to public institutions and state agencies. James H. Richey, P.A Melbourne, FL. Practice included representation of approximately 2,000 individual and business organizations. Extensive experience in: Individual estate planning and wealth settlement services, corporate contract review and drafting, corporate succession planning, asset protection planning, employment disputes, incapacity hearings and trials, will and trust hearings and trials, tax planning and IRS representation of individuals and corporate interests, including not for profit organizations. Also extensive experience in real estate services, corporate governance services, qualified plan drafting and advice, employee benefit services, corporate formation services including formation of LLC and various partnerships, marital wealth agreements, and participation in several cases of first impression in Florida including a Florida Supreme Court case of Putnam v Via.
6 Reinman, Harrell, Graham, Mitchell & Wattwood, P.A Melbourne, FL. Practiced estate and corporate law for 30 attorney firm. Experience in: Drafting estate planning documents and probate administration, advising business entities in contractual obligations, employment policies, employee benefits, corporate governance and charitable giving programs. Represented many corporations in a variety of legal issues, and drafted and defined contribution plans for about 200 corporations. Arthur Andersen, LLP Boston, MA. Professional tax consulting position working with complex, worldwide global interests including: Baxter International, The Koffler family (former inventor and owner of American Tourister Luggage corporation), Prime Computer Corp., New England Patriots NFL franchise and other high net worth individual and billion dollars business organizations. Primary responsibilities included tax research and sophisticated tax planning for clients. Additional duties included federal, state and international compliance services to clients. During the late 1980's and early 1990's, Arthur Anderson was considered the world s largest audit, tax and consulting firm. The Boston office of Arthur Anderson employed approximately 3,500 professionals and was the second largest office on the East Coast of the United States. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Taught Spring Term 2011 class on wills and trusts (PLA 2601) as an adjunct professor at Brevard Community College. Scheduled to return as a lecturer at in Credentialed to teach an additional 19 courses in the fields of law and criminal justice, including Introduction to the Legal System and Paralegalism, Legal Research, Contracts, Bankruptcy, Property Law, Civil Procedure, Advanced Litigation and Discovery, Evidence, Torts, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Business Organizations, Probate, Trust and Guardianship Administration, Real Estate Transactions and Closings, Law Office Procedure, Law Office Management, Family Law, Internship. Guest speaker on various legal subjects from approximately for a variety of community based and non-profit organizations. MEMBERSHIPS, APPOINTMENTS, CIVIC PARTICIPATION Appointed to the Board of Trustees, July 2007-April 2008, by Gov. Charlie Crist. Admitted to practice law in State of Florida and Commonwealth of Massachusetts. United States Tax Court.
7 Florida Bar Association. Former Chair, Grievance Committee C of the Eighteenth Circuit Judicial Court. Appointed to the the Judicial Nominating Committee, Fifth District Court of Appeal, by Gov. Charlie Crist in Master of the Vasser B. Carlton American-Inn of Court. Former Trustee of the Holy Name of Jesus Church Educational Endowment Fund. Member of the Pastoral Council of the Holy Name of Jesus Church.
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