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Illinois ties link new vice chancellors at St. Louis Community College


From Illinois Business Journal news services

Two of three newly named vice chancellors at St. Louis Community College have Southwestern Illinois ties.

The college has named Paul Zinck, a resident of O’Fallon, Ill., as vice chancellor of Finance and Administration. Zinck previously served as acting vice chancellor of that department and also as controller for the college. He is responsible for leadership of all financial operations of the college, including accounting, purchasing, payroll, and management of cash and investments. He will also oversee the maintenance, custodial and groundskeeping functions for all facilities throughout the district.

Dr. Roderick Nunn was named the college’s new vice chancellor of Student Affairs. Originally from East St. Louis, he now lives St. Peters, Mo. Nunn previously served as interim campus president at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park. Nunn will provide strategic leadership to multiple campuses and teaching sites throughout the district. He will engage in a partnership with academic affairs to shape student student engagement, learning and success. Nunn will serve as a principal champion in institutional planning and policy development.

Virginia (Ginny) Schorle is the college’s new chief information officer. Schorle previously served as the college’s director of technology planning and management. As CIO, Schorle will lead integration of educational and business technology in support of the college’s mission. She will provide direction, guidance and support on all operational technology matters including architectures, integration, systems, data center, security and data privacy, data management, customer support, enterprise applications, telecommunications, disaster recovery, and all other aspects of the technology infrastructure. Schorle lives in Oakville, Mo.

The college conducted national searches to fill the openings. For each position, the college deployed a committee to screen, interview and conduct college-wide forums for finalists.

“We are very lucky to have added these talented individuals to our team. They bring an incredible wealth of knowledge and experience to the college and will be instrumental in helping further our mission,” Chancellor Jeff L. Pittman said.

Established in 1962, St. Louis Community College is the largest community college district in Missouri and one of the largest in the United States. STLCC has four campuses: Florissant Valley, Forest Park, Meramec, and Wildwood. The college annually serves more than 80,000 students through credit courses, continuing education, and workforce development programs. Visit

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