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Ivey announces new board appointments for November

The positions include reappointments as well as new appointments.

Gov. Kay Ivey gave remarks and posed for a group photo to the Alabama Girls State at Troy University’s Crosby Theater on June 6, 2023 in Troy, Ala. Governor’s Office /Hal Yeager

On Wednesday, Gov. Kay Ivey announced over 29 appointments to several councils and boards across Alabama. The positions include reappointments as well as new appointments. The list of appointments is as follows:

Pickens County Commission

Ms. Patti Presley-Fuller, New

Hale County Board of Registrars

Ms. Betty Hayes, New

Vredenburgh City Council

Ms. Mirranda Brown, New

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Forestry Commission

Ms. Jane Russell, Reappointment

Environmental Management Commission

Dr. J. Patrick Tucker, New

State Health Coordinating Council – Ms. Brenda Carlisle, New

Barber Commission of Mobile County

Mr. Eric Thompson, Reappointment

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State Council on the Arts

Mr. Gary Whitley New,

Dr. Rachel Brown Fowler, Reappointment
Mr. Mario Gallardo, New
Dr. Rob Lyda, New
Mr. John C. Coleman, Reappointment

Registered Interior Designers –

Ms. Samantha Woronoff,New
Ms. Bonnie Pate Reappointment
Ms. Lori Boone New

P20W Council –

Ms. Charisse Stokes New
Rep. Terri Collins New
Ms. Robin Hunt New
Mr. Nicholas Edwards New

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Literacy Task Force

Ms. Laura O.Dell New

State Rehabilitation Council

Ms. Gian Carlo Carattini New
Ms. Caitlin Sampson New
Mr. Jason Martin New
Ms. Christy Rothermund-Franklin New
Mr. Lorenzo Brown New
Mr. Kevin Orr New

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

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