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Ivey announces new round of appointments

The appointments are effective immediately.

Governor Kay Ivey gave remarks at the Economic Development Conference, Governor’s Luncheon at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel, Tuesday February 1, 2022 in Montgomery, Ala. (Governor’s Office/Hal Yeager)

Gov. Kay Ivey announced her latest round of appointments Friday.

All appointments are effective immediately.

  • Jennifer Egbe to the Court Reporting Board
  • Mark Bratton to the Craft Training Board
  • Dr. George Smith to the Nursing Home Administrators board
  • Dawn Dixon to the Textbook Committee on CTE
  • Julie Stephens to the Landscape Architects board
  • Harold Sickles to the Mine Personnel board
  • David Adams tot he Hearing Instrument Dealers board
  • Dr. Roderick Watts to the Alabama A&M University Board of Trustees
  • Dr. Ann Hurst, Dr. Samuel Perna and Shannon Sharp to the Rare Disease Advisory Council
  • Vanessa Torres to the Town of Susan Moore Council
  • Brian Hamilton as Franklin County Circuit Judge
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