• Shumlin makes changes to staff
     | September 20,2013

    Shumlin makes changes to staff

    MONTPELIER — Gov. Peter Shumlin is making changes to his top staff.

    One of the changes will see Susan Zeller, who has worked as deputy commissioner of the Department of Finance and Management, join the Agency of Administration to oversee performance and operations within state government.

    Before serving as deputy commissioner, Zeller held a variety of finance positions, including serving as chief financial officer in such diverse industries as manufacturing, construction, software development, architecture and insurance.

    Another change will see Scott Coriell join the governor’s staff as a special assistant, working as a liaison with the Legislature and helping to develop and implement policy. Coriell most recently served as the communications director in Washington for U.S. Rep. Peter Welch.

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