Board selects new presidents of Idaho State, Lewis-Clark
NAMPA, Idaho (AP) — State education officials have selected the new presidents of Idaho State University and Lewis-Clark State College.
The Idaho Press-Tribune reports the Idaho State Board of Education announced Thursday that Kevin Satterlee will lead the university in Pocatello and Cynthia Pemberton will take charge of the college in Lewiston.
Satterlee worked most recently as the chief operating officer, vice president and special counsel at Boise State University. He starts the job in mid-June with a $370,000 annual salary.
Pemberton most recently served as the vice president for academic affairs at Colorado Mesa University. She begins the job in July with a $225,000 annual salary.
Board President Linda Clark says the board is eager to work with Pemberton and Satterlee, and it’s confident that they’re the “right people at the right time.”
Information from: Idaho Press-Tribune, http://www.idahopress.com