Three leadership positions at Lone Star College have been filled by educators who work at the college system or have before, according to August LSC news releases.

The big picture

Bridgett Johnson will be serving as LSC’s executive vice chancellor of operations after working in an administrative role at South Texas College of Law-Houston, according to an Aug. 30 news release from LSC.
  • Starting Sept. 11, Johnson will lead operations, beginning with LSC’s Office of Technology Services and Analytics and Institutional Research departments.
  • She has held multiple positions at LSC, such as senior associate vice president of administrative services.
“[Johnson] is an incredibly talented professional with a big heart for helping students,” LSC Chancellor Mario Castillo said in the news release. “I know Bridgett will help our students get to where they want to go from day one.”

Meanwhile, Nancy Molina was promoted to LSC vice chancellor of legal affairs and general counsel after serving as deputy chief operating officer and associate general counsel, according to an Aug. 15 news release.
  • Molina will begin in her new position Sept. 1.
  • She previously worked for firm Monty & Ramirez LLP in Houston.
“Nancy and I have worked together for many years, and I know that she will bring the highest level of integrity and professionalism to her new role,” Castillo said in the news release.

Bennie Lambert was promoted to LSC-North Harris president after serving as LSC-CyFair’s vice president for student success, according to an Aug. 31 news release from LSC.“Lambert’s ability to connect with others and his demonstrated commitment to putting people first will have a profound effect on the students and employees at LSC-North Harris as well as the community at-large,” Castillo said in the news release.

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The LSC board of trustees officially appointed Castillo as the new chancellor during a special meeting Aug. 11.

He is the fifth chancellor to serve, and he replaced former Chancellor Stephen Head, who retired after serving the college since 2014.

Cassandra Jenkins contributed to this report.