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Governor makes several new appointments to committees

Gov. Kay Ivey appointed over 35 people to 20 state boards and commissions in Alabama.

Gov. Kay Ivey at the Alabama National Guard Headquarters on May 24, 2023, in Montgomery, Ala. Governor’s Office /Hal Yeager

On Monday, Gov. Kay Ivey appointed over 35 people to 20 state boards and commissions in Alabama. APR has listed the individuals and their appointments below: 

  • Ms. Barbara Manuel, Institute for Deaf and Blind Board of Trustees 
  • Mr. Bobby Humphrey, AL Surface Mining Commission
  • Chief Robert Russell, AL Indian Affairs Commission
  • Ms. Erin Scott, Alabama School of Mathematics and Science Board
  • Ms. Molly Stone, Penny Trust Fund Board of Control
  • Mr. Joe Holland, Gadsden Civil Service Board
  • Mine Personnel Board of Examiners – Mr. Roger Peelor, Mr. Drew Schlueter, Mr. Daniel Hundley, Mr. Jesse Bridgmon, Mr. Michael Richardson
  • Underground Damage Prevention Authority – 
    Ms. Annette Bowman, Ms. Jacqueline Clinton, Mr. Robert Gardner, Mr. Rusty Blackwell, Mr. Lance Sledge
  • Veterans Affairs Board, Mr. Ken Rollins
  • Alabama Commission on Evaluation of Services – Mr. Norris Green & Ms. Glenda Allred
  • AL Local Government Training Institute Board – Honorable Desirae Lewis
  • State Workforce Development Board – 
    Chairperson – Ms. Peggy Sease-Fain, Mr. Richard Landolt, Mr. Aubrey Carter, Mr. Ron Houston, Ms. Mallory Wilson
  • Elevator Safety Review Board – Mr. Brent Marley & Ms. Mary Taddeo
  • Speech Language Pathology and Audiology Board – Dr. Kristen DeLauney & Ms. Shermetra Payton.
  • Honorable Randall Shedd, Board of Medical Scholarship Awards
  • Honorable Phil Seay, Oversight Commission on Alabama Opioid Settlement Funds
  • Ms. Dee Long, Washington County Board of Registrars
  • Ms. Ginger Bell, Wilcox County Board of Registrars
  • Ms. Heather Coots, Crenshaw County Board of Registrars
  • Ms. Beth Manning, Jackson County Board of Registrars

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

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