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1. Having a degree beyond a bachelor's does not inherently mean you are competent or qualified. I know many a simpleton with a string of letters behind their names. I also know brilliant people who got their BA and then left school to apply practice to the theories they learned. There are a million reasons to be displeased with ESO, but the school-level shaming is odd. 2. Internal sorority experience is incredibly important, but I also wonder what might happen if we chose a person that didn't have a ton of internal experience, but DOES have exactly the kind of external experience we need (good fiduciary practices, change management, building teams, nurturing novices, etc) to get back on the right track. Perhaps the next directorate slate is a 'done deal' but thereafter, it might be time to shake things up and think differently.