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Ivey announces appointments

Gov. Kay Ivey announced a new round of appointments Thursday.

Gov. Kay Ivey at the Alabama National Guard Headquarters on May 24, 2023, in Montgomery, Ala. Governor’s Office /Hal Yeager
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Gov. Kay Ivey announced a new round of appointments Thursday.

  • John Carroll to the Tuscaloosa County Civil Service Board
  • Soyan Jemison as Sumter County Coroner
  • Steven Brom, Toby Bennington, David Clark, Dennis stripling, Ellis Foster and Stephen Worley to the Southern Rail Commission
  • Joseph Breighner to the Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Licensure Board
  • John Hoyle, Dennis Engle, Michael McLendon and Tiffany Bishop tot he STEM Council
  • Katie Kinney, Nick Moore, Chandra Scott and Cynthia McCarty to the Postsecondary Mathematics Task Force
  • Fred Major and Abigail Carter to the Computer Science Education Advisory Committee
  • Vicki Davis as 13th Judicial Circuit Judge in Mobile County

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

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