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Ivey selects latest round of appointments

Gov. Kay Ivey announced her latest batch of appointments to several public boards and commissions.

Gov. Kay Ivey announces Be Linked Alabama at an event in Dothan on Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2023.

Gov. Kay Ivey has announced the latest batch of appointments and reappointments to several public boards and commissions in Alabama. There were over 29 individuals appointed to serve and they are listed below.

Russell County Revenue Commissioner – 

Ms. Natalie Kirkland, New

ABC Board – 

Ms. Melissa Morrissette, Reappointment
The Honorable John Knight, Reappointment
Colonel Alan C. Spencer, Reappointment

Dept. of Labor Board of Appeals – 

Ms. Fronzena Webster, New
Ms. Jo Doyal, New
Mr. Joey Ammons, New

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Social Studies Course of Study –

Mr. Barry Nowlin, New
Ms. Dorothy Walker, New
Ms. Dieatra Howie, New
Ms. Adriana Peeples, New
Ms. Reta Mkannan, New
Mr. Briana Morton, New
Dr. Martha Bouyer, New

Fine Arts Course of Study –

Ms. Dana-Marie Lemmer, New
Mr. Kevin King, New
Ms. Michelle Hamff, New
Mr. Steifon Passmore, New
Ms. Karen Mockenstrum, New
Ms. Lakisha Cohill, New
Ms. Kristen Law, New


Senator Tim Melson, New

Security Regulatory Board –

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Mr. Stephen McGavin, New

Joint Legislative Committee on State Parks –

Senator Wes Kitchens, New

State Workforce Development Board –

The Honorable Stan Batemon, New

Ex. Board of the AL Public Library Service –

Ms. Amy Minton, New
Ms. Debra Windsor, New

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Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame Board – 

Mr. Ken Smith, Reappointment

Advisory Group on Juvenile Justice and Deliquency Prevention –

Ms. Kathleen Connolly, New

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

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