November 16, 2007
Community-College Chiefs' Pay Lags Behind Presidents With Similar Loads
When Carl M. Kuttler Jr. became president of St. Petersburg College in 1978, the job's focus was academic. Almost three decades later, the St. Petersburg Times named him one of 10 people in the city to watch — not in education, but in business. Yes, business.
And Mr. Kuttler himself views his job as college president, entrepreneur, lobbyist, global ambassador, county leader, and fund raiser. So, in a way, he's someone to watch in a whole lot of fields.
"I used to sit