Baton Rouge Community College gets new chancellor
BATON ROUGE - The Louisiana Community and Technical College System's board of supervisors has picked a new chancellor for Baton Rouge Community College.
The board unanimously selected Larissa Littleton-Steib for the position on Wednesday. Her appointment takes effect on Jan. 2.
Littleton-Steib, a Louisiana native, currently serves as vice chancellor for workforce development and technical education at Delgado Community College in New Orleans.
Baton Rouge Community College has eight campuses and sites in the region and had more than 2,600 graduates in 2016.
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