Bart Daig, a 25-year veteran of Baker College, has been named the new president and CEO of the college.
Daig previously led Baker College online/center for graduate studies and had moved into the role of Baker College COO. Jill Langen, president and chief academic officer, succeeds Daig at the graduate center.
Daig, of Goodrich, has been with Baker College for nearly 25 years. He joined the admissions office at the Flint campus in 1990 advancing to assistant director. In 1995, he was promoted to Baker College Online/Center for Graduate Studies where he served in multiple positions of increasing responsibility: director of admissions, director and vice president of operations, vice president for academics and, since 2011, as CEO.
Daig holds a bachelor’s in business administration at Central Michigan University, an MBA at Baker College and a doctorate in educational leadership from Touro University International, now Trident University, Cypress, Calif.
Langen, of Clarkston, has worked as vice president for academics for Baker College Online/Center for graduate studies since 2011. She joined Baker College in 1998, first serving as an adjunct faculty member at the Auburn Hills campus. In 2005, she was promoted to department chair for marketing and human resource management. In 2008, she moved to the Baker College Center for Graduate Studies as dean of the MBA program.
Langen earned a bachelor’s in business administration, majoring in marketing, at Michigan Technological University, her MBA, majoring in materials and logistics management, at Michigan State University, and her doctorate in educational leadership at Oakland University.