The New President of Lancaster Theological Seminary

By a unanimous vote of the board of trustees, Carol E. Lytch was elected the 11th president of the Lancaster Theological Seminary in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She will take office this August. She has been serving as assistant executive director of the Association of Theological Schools.

Dr. Lytch is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College. She earned a master of divinity degree from the Princeton Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in ethics and society from Emory University. Her doctoral disseration focused on the development of faith among church-affiliated high school students.

Richard Kratz, a trustee of the seminary who chaired the presidential search committee, stated. “Dr. Lytch personifies the optimistic commitment to the future of the Christian church that the school seeks to encourage in its students.”

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