NORWICH – Lisa Iannello, of New Berlin, has been named interim executive director at the Norwich Campus of Morrisville State College. She will also continue in her role as grant coordinator for Morrisville State.
In her new role, Iannello will be responsible for daily operations at the Norwich Campus while a search for a new executive director is under way.
Prior to working at Morrisville State, Iannello worked as a development officer at the Malignant Hyperthermia Association of the United States in Sherburne, the NYS Historical Association and the Farmer’s Museum in Cooperstown. She also served as executive director and special events coordinator for the Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival.
“We are happy that Lisa has chosen to work with the Norwich campus,” provost David Rogers said. “Her knowledge of the area and leadership skills will surely allow for a smooth transition.”
Active in her community, Iannello is a member of the New Berlin Art Forum and the Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival. Her professional affiliations include the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Leatherstocking Area Executives Association of the NY Council on Nonprofits.
Iannello earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
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