KATHRYN MAIELI became Lyndon State College’s new registrar April 15, 2013. As registrar, Maieli is in charge of all student academic records, including permanent grades and transcripts, scheduling classes and maintaining class lists, and enforcing the rules for entering and leaving classes.
Maieli comes to Lyndon after a stint at Vermont Law School, where she served as registrar and director of academic procedures. Her previous experiences have centered on management and administration for a diverse group of academic, non-profit, and business organizations from Alaska to Vermont. She was the registrar at California State University at Dominguez Hills and dean of student services at a community college in Arizona. Maieli also taught art in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
In addition to her institutional experiences, Maieli bought an inn in Highgate, Vt., in 2000 and operated a full service banquet facility and bed-and-breakfast for six years. Maieli is actively involved in Vermont’s viticulture scene; she boasts a vineyard of cold-weather hardy Marquette grapes and a basement winery. She lives in Wilder, Vt., with her rescued shepherd mix dog Piper.
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