Biography of Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich
Margaret Drugovich is a scholar-practitioner who believes that productive organizational change can happen even in the most highly legitimized environments. She has presented her research on transformational leadership and consensus making structures in higher education at annual international meetings of the Academy of Management and the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action. Most recently, Dr. Drugovich has presented at the Council of Independent Colleges Annual President's Meeting and for Lawlor Group's Summer Seminar, explaining Hartwick's approach to the development of a three-year degree program and the impact of leadership approach on organizational change.
Dr. Drugovich earned a Doctor of Management degree from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, where she also served as a Fellow of the Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations. She received her master's degree from Brown University in medical sociology, and her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT.
Dr. Drugovich assumed her role as the President of Hartwick College in July of 2008, after serving in various senior administrative and research roles at Ohio Wesleyan University, Bryant University, and the Brown University Center for Gerontology and Health Care Research. She has served on various non-profit boards and community and educational organizations, including the Alumni Advisory Council for the Doctor of Management Program at Case Western Reserve University, the Board of Trustees of the New York Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, the Executive Council of the American Council on Education Women's Network, and the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities Committee on Accountability.