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Governor’s Office releases latest round of state appointments

Gov. Kay Ivey has made a new round of state appointments, with each 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)

The Alabama Governor’s Office has released a new round of state appointments, with each made effective immediately.


Cynthia Todd joins the University of Montevallo Board of Trustees.

The Honorable Bill Lewis joins the University of South Alabama Board of Trustees.

James C. Pegues to the Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Board of Licensure.

Lisa Hethcox to the Veterinary Medical Examiners

Larry Bailey, Cynthia Bisbee, and the Honorable Christopher Hughes all join the Department of Mental Health Advisory Board of Trustees.

Dave White to the 9-8-8 Comprehensive Behavioral Health Crisis Communication System Study Commission.

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Alex H. Sadler, Steve Hildebrandt, Billy Norrell, Alan Baker, Neil Lamb, KC Pang, and Phil Webb all join the Alabama Workforce Council.

David Smith, Bridgette Braddock, Bethany Retherford, Miranda Bouldin-Frost, and Bryant Noel all join the State Workforce Development Board.

Ronald W. Stokes to the College Counts 529 Board.

The Honorable Paul John Demarco, Jefferson Traywick, and J.W. Carpenter to the Red Mountain Greenway and Recreational Area Commission.

Rabbi Steven Silberman to the state Holocaust Commission.

Robby Cantrell to the Trails Commission.

The Honorable Patrick M. Tuten is appointed 23rd Judicial Circuit Circuit Judge.

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