Today is two months on the job for Freida Hill. She is the new chancellor of Alabama’s two year college system. Hill spent 18 years working for Georgia’s technical colleges. But in Alabama she steps into a system facing increased enrollment with shrinking budgets, plus lingering fallout from a corruption scandal. Hill spoke to WBHM’s Andrew Yeager about some of those issues as well as her goals for the state’s two year college system. She says she wants to improve the transition for students who transfer from a two year school to a four year school.