We are writing today to share that our Executive Director, Corinna Noelke, has decided to depart Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium. She will be assuming the role of Senior Vice President of Administration with Lockstep Technology Group of Atlanta. We are delighted for her and wish her all the best in her new endeavors.
Corinna began her role as Executive Director seven years ago and has been instrumental in creating what we know today as the Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium. She solidified partnerships and led the strategy that has helped streamline the member colleges’ administrative work through her leadership and efforts. Over her tenure, Corinna grew the Consortium to 20 employees and managed an operating budget of over $4 million. She has well earned the respect of this Board and the leadership at all three of our Colleges. Her impact on the Consortium’s colleges is invaluable.
Corinna has worked with the Board over the past few weeks to assist with the transition. Her last official day at the Consortium will be May 26th, and she has agreed to continue to assist in the transition beyond this date.
The GMHEC officers, representing all three founding members, are working to determine a leadership structure during this transition, and we will communicate to the campuses on the progress in the coming week.
We are very grateful to Corinna and her leadership over the last seven years. We are also incredibly fortunate for the team that will continue to support the Consortium and our partners who will continue to carry on the work that Corinna started. Please join us in wishing Corinna every success in her new role.
Very truly yours,
David J. Provost, Board President
Rob Robinson, Board Secretary
Shelley Navari, Board Treasurer
Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium Officers