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Corinth woman retires after 5 years as CEO of Vermont PBS

Published: 5/1/2020 6:00:03 PM
Modified: 5/1/2020 5:59:54 PM

WINOOSKI, Vt. — The president and CEO of Vermont PBS is retiring at the end of June after leading the public media station for five years, the nonprofit announced Friday.

Holly Groschner, a Corinth resident, came to the station after serving as general counsel of the Vermont Telecommunications Authority and as a partner at the Downs, Rachlin Martin law firm.

She is credited with helping grow the Vermont PBS membership and financial support from the community.

“We thank Holly for her dedicated service, leadership and vision,” Vermont PBS Board Chair Marguerite Dibble said in a news release. “When Holly joined Vermont PBS, she agreed to stay for three years. Five years later and now stronger than ever, the Board and Staff of Vermont PBS look toward our next chapter of service to Vermonters.”

A search committee has been formed to appoint a successor. Vermont PBS COO Steve Ferreira is expected to serve as interim CEO following a board vote of the PBS trustees, according to the release.

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