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Executive Vice President Maxine Griffith Takes On New Role at the University

The following was shared by President Lee C. Bollinger. Dear fellow members of the Columbia community: I write to share that, following twelve years of exceptional leadership of the University’s Office of Government and Community Affairs, Executive Vice President Maxine Griffith is transitioning into a new role at the University. Maxine will serve as a Special Advisor to me, with a focus on Columbia World Projects and its engagement with issues around government, city planning, and urban design. And, she will maintain her position as Adjunct Professor of Urban Planning at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.

September 18, 2017

Executive Vice President Maxine Griffith Takes On New Role at the University

The following was shared by President Lee C. Bollinger. Dear fellow members of the Columbia community: I write to share that, following twelve years of exceptional leadership of the University’s Office of Government and Community Affairs, Executive Vice President Maxine Griffith is transitioning into a new role at the University. Maxine will serve as a Special Advisor to me, with a focus on Columbia World Projects and its engagement with issues around government, city planning, and urban design.

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