Adam Smith College’s board of governors has a new chairman.
He is Mark Goldsmith, who succeeds Graham Johnstone who stepped down from the role in January.
Mr Goldsmith is general manager of Robbins & Myers Pfaudler Balfour/Edlon Divisions.
The company – based in Leven – is playing a leading role in Fife’s renewable and engineering sectors – both key curriculum areas within college. Mark is also a member of the Fife Economy Partnership and a keen rugby player.
Following his appointment, Mark said: “I can promise learners, staff and all external stakeholders that I am 100 per cent behind the development of the college.”