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Ivey announces new round of appointments

The appointments are effective immediately.

Gov. Kay Ivey Hal Yeager/Governor's Office

The Alabama Governor’s Office has released a new round of state appointments.

  • Lamar Whitaker to the Workforce Council
  • Richard Chancey as District Attorney of the 26th Judicial Circuit
  • Dr. Charles Hart to the Veterinary Medical Examiners
  • Emily Wrenning to the Lamar County Board of Registrars
  • Lee Alley to Elevator Safety Review
  • Michelle Gilmore to the Indian Affairs Commission
  • Charles Edwards and Charles Robinson to the Plumbers and Gas Fitters board
  • Vicki Hill and Dr. Kristi Acker to the Nursing Board
  • Dr. Kimberly Ackerson to the Psychology Board of Examiners
  • Stacy Giles to the Pharmacy Board
  • William Dobbs, Rev. Dr. Coleman Wallace, Joseph Johnson, and Clarence Haynes to the Board of Trustees for the Alabama Institute of the Deaf and Blind
  • Karen Stanley to the Forever Wild Land Trust
  • Jonathan Daniel as sheriff of Cleburne County
  • Debra Price to the Autauga County Board of Registrars
  • Charles Holmes and Johnny Lee to the Soil and Water Conservation Committee

Each of the appointments are effective immediately.

Jacob Holmes is a reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter. You can reach him at [email protected]



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