- Associated Press - Tuesday, December 13, 2016

WILLIAMSTON, N.C. (AP) - The president of Martin Community College has announced her retirement, a move that comes in the wake of an audit that criticized the school’s fiscal and administrative practices.

WITN in Greenville reports (https://bit.ly/2gWOF15) Ann Britt said she plans to step down on March 14.

In November, the North Carolina Community College System released an audit which noted fiscal mismanagement, long-term vacancies in leadership positions, college president micromanagement, and that the trustees’ executive committee has too much power.

The report found that seven of the college’s 16 top positions are held by people serving on interim, part time or extra duties basis.

Britt announced her decision in a memo to staff and faculty last week.

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Information from: WITN-TV, https://www.witntv.com/

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