State’s higher education board picks new chair, vice chair
July 6, 2012 2:42PM
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s Higher Education Commission has chosen a new slate of leaders to run its 14-member board.
Under the selections announced Thursday, Marilyn Moran-Townsend will take over as chair and Jud Fisher will be the board’s new vice chair. Chris LaMothe will serve as the board’s secretary.
Moran-Townsend is chairman and CEO of CVC communications in Fort Wayne, while Fisher manages the Muncie-based Ball Brothers Foundation. LaMothe is chairman and CEO of Sherry Laboratories in Daleville.
Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers will continue working with the board.