The Corp. for Public Broadcasting announced a management shakeup yesterday, with newcomers Carolynn Reid-Wallace joining the org as senior veep for education and Thomas Harvey taking the reins as senior VP and general counsel.

Reid-Wallace had been the Bush administration’s U.S. assistant secretary for post-secondary education for the last two years.

She is former vice chancellor for academic affairs and professor of English at City U. of New York.

Harvey served in the late 1980s as deputy administrator of the Veterans Administration. In the mid-1980s, he was general counsel and congressional liaison at the U.S. Information Agency.

In addition to the appointments of Reid-Wallace and Harvey, CPB honcho Richard Carlson said Renee Ingram would become corporate treasurer of the org, moving from the post of director of budget and corporate information services.

Former CPB treasurer Fred DeMarco now moves to senior VP for system and station development.

Paul Symczak shuffles from his post as senior veepee and general counsel to senior veep for corporate affairs.