Gold Named Interim Lyndon State President

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The chancellor of the Vermont State Colleges says a former state government executive will be the interim president of Lyndon State College.

Steve Gold, of Montpelier, who served in the cabinets of Governors Howard Dean and Jim Douglas, takes over July 5 at the college, succeeding President Carol Moore, who recently retired. It’s expected to be a one-year appointment, since the college will launch a national search for a permanent replacement for Moore in the fall.

Gold worked for the state for 35 years before his 2007 retirement, serving as commissioner of the Department of Employment and Training under Dean and as deputy secretary of the Agency of Human Services and later the Agency of Administration under Douglas.

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