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Ohio State spokeswoman moves to different position

Lindsay Komlanc, former director of marketing and communications for the Office of Administration and Planning, is now the university’s assistant vice president of issues management. Credit: Courtesy of OSU

Lindsay Komlanc, former director of marketing and communications for the Office of Administration and Planning, is now the university’s assistant vice president of issues management.
Credit: Courtesy of OSU

A former Ohio State Administration and Planning spokeswoman has moved into a different university role.

Lindsay Komlanc, former director of marketing and communications for the Office of Administration and Planning, is now the university’s assistant vice president of issues management, OSU spokesman Gary Lewis said in an email Friday.

“Her previous position with A & P was posted and a search for a replacement is underway,” Lewis said.

Lewis was not able to immediately provide answers after business hours Friday about when and why Komlanc moved, whether she replaced someone or assumed a new position altogether, when the position was posted and to whom Komlanc now reports.

Komlanc’s new salary information was not immediately available either. She earned a base salary of $102,858 in 2013.

University Communications has experienced other staffing changes recently as well. Former OSU assistant vice president of media and public relations Gayle Saunders resigned from her role Feb. 14. The search for her successor was set to begin in December, when Saunders announced her resignation.

Lewis said Friday the search is ongoing.

Doug Haddix, an editorial assistant vice president in the department, filled Saunders’ position during the search.

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