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Governor Names Jim Lindenmayer to Iowa Board of Regents

Governor Names Jim Lindenmayer to Iowa Board of Regents Photo: Office of the Gov. of Iowa.

June 30, 2018 01:54 PM

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Gov. Kim Reynolds has announced the appointment of former Indian Hills Community College president Jim Lindenmayer to fill a vacant seat on the Iowa Board of Regents.
    
Lindenmayer will serve in an interim role to finish out the final year of a six-year term for Subhash Sahai, who resigned last month.
    
Lindenmayer became IHCC's president in 2001, serving in that role for 12 years. Prior to that role, Lindenmayer served as the college's vice president of administration and human resources after serving as its continuing education coordinator, starting in 1980.
    
Lindenmayer was one of more than 150 appointments to Iowa's boards and commissions Reynolds announced Friday. All of those appointments are unpaid, and only handful a handful are subject to Senate confirmation.

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