FSU: The return of the VP
Lethbridge, who was VP of athletics and residence in the 2013-14 school year, took over the position from Taylor Lodge, who stepped down last month. He ran unopposed.
“I’m excited to be back on the board,” Lethbridge said. “It’s a lot of fun here. I had a good experience last time.”
He says his primary goal as VP of finance will be to ensure that VPs are using all the resources that are available to them. He says he was disappointed in himself as VP of athletics last year when he learned at the budget meeting at the end of the year about all the funds he had but didn’t know about.
“My events could’ve definitely been better,” he said.
He says he will give VPs more frequent updates of where they’re at with their budgets.
“Chris is definitely going to liven up the team,” FSU President Matt Stewart said. “I think he’s going do a good job in the position … It’s great to have him here, and we welcome him to the executive team.”
New SAC members who were elected on January 27 for the remainder of the school year are: Kevin Kaisar for the Lawrence Kinlin School of Business, Melanie Rintjema for the School of Design, Tabatha Rosborough for the School of Information Technology and Corrie George for the School of Language and Liberal Studies.
Vacancies are filled according to the FSU by-law concerning FSU elections.