Lake Forest Graduate School of Management (LFGSM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Todd Litzsinger, Chairman of the Board of Follett Corporation, to its Board of Directors.
Elected to the Board in June 2014, Litzsinger will serve on the Board’s Marketing, Admissions and Alumni Relations Committee. Litzsinger was recently appointed Chairman of Follett Corporation following a decade of service as a Board Director. Previously, he served as President of Content Solutions and Services for Follett School Solutions, a business within Follett Corporation that serves the preK-12 education market. Litzsinger brings a wide range of executive leadership experience to the Board, having previously served as President of Follett’s school library business, President of the company’s pre-owned textbook business, and President of BWI, Follett’s former public library business that was sold in 2012.
Prior to starting his career with Follett in 1992, he held positions in the education services industry with Custom Academic Publishing Company and Jostens.
“We are pleased to welcome Todd to our Board of Directors,” said LFGSM Interim President & CEOMontgomery Edson. “He brings a wide range of strategic management and Board leadership experience and, in particular, a depth of knowledge of the educational services industry that will be highly valuable to our Board’s Marketing, Admissions and Alumni Relations Committee.”
“I am proud to have this opportunity to serve Lake Forest Graduate School of Management as it continues to innovate and excel in meeting the educational needs of the area’s business community and future leaders,” said Litzsinger. “I look forward to working with my fellow Board members and the LFGSM leadership team to help the School to continue to offer cutting-edge business education that helps its students deliver measurable results.”
Litzsinger holds a BA from Texas Christian University. Active in the community, Litzsinger is an active volunteer with United Way Allocations and the Chicago Public Schools, and serves on the Board of Reading Power, an organization devoted to helping first and second grade students in North Chicago build essential literacy skills.