Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority picks local as new executive director |

Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority picks local as new executive director

Carol Chaplin has been named executive director of the LTVA.

The Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority has a new executive director and it’s long-time local Carol Chaplin.

Chaplin said she’s excited to be in her new position.

“Because of my history with the organization, it’ll be easy to hit the ground running,” Chaplin said.

The LTVA Board of Directors unanimously approved the hiring sub-committee’s recommendation at today’s meeting.

The position became available March 31 when former executive director Patrick Kaler’s resignation became effective.

Kaler, who had been with the LTVA for 3 1/2 years, left the organization to pursue other interests.

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