TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - A Tallahassee bond lawyer is the new chancellor of the Florida College System.
Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson named Randy Hanna to the post Friday.
Hanna will succeed Will Holcomb, who is retiring, on Nov. 14. The system includes 28 community and state colleges.
He is former chairman of the Tallahassee Area Chamber of Commerce and has served on several higher education boards.
Hanna's currently on the University of West Florida Board of Trustees.
He also has served on Florida A&M University's board and chaired the now-defunct State Board of Community Colleges.
Hanna has a bachelor's degree from the University of Florida, an MBA from Emory University and law degree from Florida State University.
Holcombe has been chancellor for four years. Before that he was president of Broward College.
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