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Ventura County CEO Robinson to retire

By   /   Monday, October 11th, 2010  /   Comments Off on Ventura County CEO Robinson to retire

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Ventura County CEO Marty Robinson has announced plans to retire in March after three years as the top executive in the region’s largest government agency.

Robinson, 60, replaced Johnny Johnston as CEO in 2008, the culmination of a career with the county that has now lasted more than 35 years. She was the first woman to hold the top job in the history of Ventura County, and is one of only a handful of female CEOs in California’s large and mid-sized counties.

Robinson’s base salary is about $228,000, and her total compensation, including retirement contributions and other benefits, is about $338,000. According to the Ventura County Employee Retirement Association’s online pension calculator, she will make about $180,000 a year in retirement.

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