Stephan Morse Joins VTA Board
Montpelier, Vermont - Stephan Morse, former Speaker of the Vermont House of Representatives, recently accepted a seat on the Board of Directors of the Vermont Telecommunications Authority. Stephan re-joins the VTA after a brief hiatus. A lifelong Vermonter and resident of Newfane, he is highly engaged at the state and local levels in education, economic development, and as an Environmental Commissioner for the Act 250 Board. He also serves on several non-profit boards including Marlboro College and Grace Cottage Hospital.
Prior to his retirement in 2008, Stephan served as CEO of the Windham Foundation in Grafton for twenty-five years. He managed the Foundation and grew its four functionally related businesses.
The Board of Directors is comprised of nine members who are appointed by the Senate, House of Representatives, the state treasurer, the secretary of the administration and the Governor. Minutes of the monthly Board meetings are available online and the schedule of meetings can be viewed on the homepage calendar.
Contact: Deb Shannon (802) 828-3224
Director of Broadband Outreach and Coordination
Vermont Telecommunications Authority