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Eugene Lamb Jr. to become new chair of District Board of Trustees for TCC

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (August 28, 2013) – Gadsden County representative Eugene Lamb Jr. is the new chair of the District Board of Trustees for Tallahassee Community College. He has previously served as the vice chair of the board.

Lamb was appointed to the board in 2007 by Governor Charlie Crist and re-appointed by Governor Rick Scott in 2012. He has served on the Presidential Evaluation committee and Architectural Selection committee during his time at TCC. 

Lamb was a teacher in the Leon County school district for 30 years. Also active in neighboring Gadsden County, Lamb served on the Gadsden County Commission for eight years, chairing the Commission from 2008 to 2010.

“I am pleased to continue serving TCC as the new chair of the Board of Trustees and as a representative of Gadsden County,” said Lamb. “I am looking forward to the next few years of supporting the local and regional community.”

“We are proud to have Eugene Lamb as the new chair of the District Board of Trustees. His experience in education and local policy is invaluable, and we welcome his leadership,” said TCC President Jim Murdaugh.

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