Long-Serving Utah Human Services Director Leaves

Long-Serving Utah Human Services Director Leaves

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Utah's first change in chief executive in more than a decade means several other changes at the top are coming.

One of them is the exit of Robin Arnold-Williams, among the nation's longest-serving human services directors.

The 48-year-old served under former Governors Mike Leavitt and Olene Walker. She oversaw 52-hundred employees, a 560 (M) million dollar budget and dozens of government assistance programs benefiting disadvantaged groups.

Arnold-Williams says she told Governor Huntsman that she thought it was time for a change.

She could be in line for a job in Washington if Leavitt gets confirmed as Health and Human Services Secretary. But for now, Arnold-Williams is mum on her future plans.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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