Vermont Student Assistance Corporation Adds to Board

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Vermont Student Assistance Corporation Adds to Board

Wed, 10/15/2003 - 8:00pm -- tim

Chris Robbins of Danville, a member for 12 years and chair for
the past two, has been reappointed to the board of directors of the
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation. Pam Chisholm of Duxbury has been
named a new member of the VSAC board. Both appointments were made recently
by Governor James Douglas. Robbins is president of EHV-Weidmann Industries
Inc. in St. Johnsbury. He is a member of the Vermont State Board of
Education and the Danville School Board. He also serves on the boards of
the Vermont Business Roundtable, the Northeastern Vermont Regional
Hospital, and the Washington, D.C.-based Business Industry Political
Action Committee. He was educated at the University of Maine.
Chisholm is
director of financial aid for Community College of Vermont, and serves as
treasurer of the Vermont Association of Student Financial Aid
Administrators. She worked for VSAC on two separate occasions, first in
the student grant program and later in loan services. She also served as
director of financial aid at Trinity College in Burlington. She has
degrees from Bowdoin College and the University of Vermont.