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Governor announces new round of appointments

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

Gov. Kay Ivey. Photo taken from video of her kickoff speech.

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

  • Pam Doyle and Dr. Rhinnie Scott will serve on the School of Math and Science board of directors
  • Dr. Jennifer McCain and Kristin Byrd will join the child death review team
  • Laura Clemons joins juvenile justice and delinquency prevention
  • Rosalyn Fabianke will serve on the Physical Fitness Commission
  • Alan Peacock will serve on the court reporting board
  • Darlene Hutchinson will Jon the Crime Victims Compensation Commission
  • Ryan Funderburk joins the Prosthetists and orthotists state board
  • Joshua Dean joins the Housing Finance Authority
  • Frank McFadden and Dr. Sam Miller join the Environmental Management Comission
  • James Dye will serve on the Real Estate Commission
  • Dr. Eric Peebles, Phillip Pearson, Kathy Lovell, George Neal and Karl Wade all join the Rehabilitation Council
  • Dr. Timothy Nichols to the optometry board
  • Jason Epperson to the banking board
  • Bruce Bennett and Troy Wilson join Walker County Civil Service
  • Alvin Hope to the Trust Fund
  • Harry Grimes and Sarah Hansen Turner join the St. Stephens Historical Commission
  • John Moore will serve on the Elevator Safety Review
  • Nicholas Boeckmann to the Board of Examiners of Mine Personnel
  • Doryan Carlton and Kathy Sawyer to Evaluation of Services
  • James Turner joins the Electronic Security board of licensure
  • Chuck Edwards and Charles Robinson to the Plumbers and Gas fitters examining board
  • Cicero Bevelle and William Ryan to the City of Tuscaloosa personnel review board
  • Brenda Dillard joins the Alabama State University Board of Trustees
  • Melanie Hill and Jennifer Maddox to the Women’s Commission
  • Brady Rives, Summer Macias and Frances Clark all join Speech Pathology and Audiology
  • Shane Powell to the School of Cyber Tech and Engineering
  • Brenda Glover to the Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners

Jacob Holmes is a reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter. You can reach him at



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Alabama voters passed all 10 amendments on the ballot, plus the first-ever recompilation of the state Constitution.


The inauguration is set for Jan. 16, 2023.


The appointments are effective immediately.