Thomas More College’s new president says the institution is “open for business.”
David Armstrong has been reaching out to the community since he stepped into his new role July 1 as the school’s 14th president. He was formally installed Oct. 18.
“It’s a priority for us to look for partnerships for the mutual benefit of both Thomas More and business entities,” said Armstrong.
Besides his personal meetings with business leaders, Armstrong greeted them en masse at an Eggs ‘N Issues informational breakfast meeting with the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 15.
“Every business leader I’ve met with, I’ve asked, ‘What can Thomas More do for you,’” he said. “Sometimes that’s a little surprise for them. They think I’m going to ask for something, but I’d much rather find out how we can help then first. We can provide great services to all our constituencies, especially other economic drivers in this region.”