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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - There were some senior management changes at Holland College recently as two people moved into new positions.
Natalie Mitton, who was a director of programs, is the college’s new vice-president academic and applied research.
Tim McRoberts moved from the position of program manager for business programs to become the director of Canada’s Smartest Kitchen at the Culinary Institute of Canada.
Mitton has held several positions at the college, including most recently as director of programs, curriculum and instructional development.
McRoberts was the college’s program manager for the business, tourism and sport and leisure department since 2008 and he was previously a chef instructor at the culinary institute for 10 years.
Canada’s Smartest Kitchen is the research arm of the Culinary Institute of Canada.
Holland College president Sandy MacDonald said Mitton’s experience will serve her well in her new role.
He also said McRoberts’ experiences and formal education will complement the strengths of the team and history of success in Canada’s Smartest Kitchen.
“We look forward to working with Natalie and Tim in their new roles,” MacMillan said.
The two senior management appointments became effective Jan. 7.