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RICHMOND, Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin today announced additional appointments to the administration and board of directors.

“Today I welcome this group of people to serve in my administration and on various boards of directors across Virginia,” said Governor Glenn Youngkin. “I look forward to their Commonwealth service.”

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

  • Martin Brown, Director of Diversity, Opportunity and Inclusion

Martin Brown comes to the Governor’s Office with a unique portfolio of public policy and management experience in both state government and private practice. As Commissioner of the Department of Human Services, Martin focused on improving the delivery of benefits and services to Virginia families, with an emphasis on adoption successes and foster care benefits. to more than one million Virginians. He also served as Special Advisor to Governor McDonnell for State Offender Rehabilitation, implementing a statewide program to facilitate job training and provide family and parenting relationship tools to reduce recidivism and provide support to children of incarcerated parents. The program became a best practice model extended statewide by the Department of Corrections. A graduate of Howard University, Martin previously served as a Visiting Scholar at the Heritage Foundation, a founding board member of the Gloucester Institute, and a member of the City of Richmond Health Department Advisory Task Force.

  • Cheryl Roberts, Director, Department of Medical Assistance Services

A seasoned head of Virginia’s Department of Medical Assistance Services, Cheryl takes the reins of the organization with a focus on improving access and stable delivery of health care for two million Virginians. As a recognized national leader in the state’s Medicaid service delivery, Cheryl provided direct oversight and leadership of the managed care program, which provides maternal and child services, oral health services and planning. strategy for emerging health issues. Prior to joining state government, Cheryl was Chief Operating Officer of the Virginia Chartered Health Plan and Assistant Vice President of Emlem Health Inc. Cheryl received her law degree from Rutgers Law School and has lived in Virginia since over twenty years.

GOVERNOR’S OFFICE

  • Christian Sansovich, Transformation Analyst

TRADE AND TRADE

  • Joseph Benevento, Assistant Secretary for Commerce and Trade
  • Willis Morris, Director, Small Business and Supplier Diversity

HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES

  • Arne Owens, Director, Department of Health Professions

WORK

  • david johnson, Deputy Commissioner, Ministry of Labor and Industry

PUBLIC SECURITY AND HOMELAND SECURITY

  • Nicholas Nanna,Deputy Director, Department of Fire Programs

BOARD APPOINTMENTS

ADMINISTRATION

ART AND ARCHITECTURE REVIEW COMMITTEE

  • Anne W. Smith ohf Midlothian

CYBERSECURITY PLANNING COMMITTEE

  • Aliscia N. Andrews d’Aldie, Undersecretary of Homeland Security, Office of the Governor
  • Diane Carnohan de Richmond, Director of Information Security, Virginia Department of Education
  • Robbie Coats de Chesterfield, Director, Grant Management and Collection, VDEM
  • Adrian Compton d’Altavista, Tribal Administrator, Monegasque Indian Nation
  • Charles DeKeyser de Powhatan, Major, Virginia National Guard
  • Michael Dent of Fairfax County, Director of Information Security, Fairfax County Department of Information Technology
  • Brenna R. Doherty de Richmond, Director of Information Security, Department of Legislative Automated Systems, Commonwealth of Virginia
  • Captain Eric W. Gowin of Amelia, Division Commander – Information Technology Division, Virginia State Police
  • John Harrisson of Roanoke County, CIO, Franklin County
  • Derek M. Kestner of New Kent County, Chief Information Security Officer, Supreme Court of Virginia
  • Benjamin Shumaker d’Aylett, Cybersecurity Specialist, King William County Government
  • Beth Burgin Waller de Roanoke, President, Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Practice, Woods Rogers Vandeventer Black
  • Michael Watson de Chesterfield, Director of Information Security, Virginia Information Technologies Agency
  • wesley williams de Roanoke, Executive Director of Technology, Roanoke City Public Schools
  • Stephanie Williams-Hayes of Chesterfield County, Director of Information Security, Virginia Department of Health

AUTHORITY

OPIOID REDUCTION AUTHORITY

  • Michel Tillem by Henrico, Founder and Executive Director, Journey House Foundation, Inc.

VIRGINIA SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AND ENERGY STORAGE AUTHORITY

  • Michael J. Walsh, Jr., of Arlington, private law firm

TRADE AND TRADE

COAL EXAMINATION COMMITTEE OF EXAMINERS

  • Marc McCoy of Coeburn, Underground Electrician, Alpha Metallurgical DM41

CLEAN ENERGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

  • Douglas E. Lamb of Henrico, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP

VIRGINIA OFFSHORE WIND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

  • Brian Stephens of Norfolk, President and CEO, Hampton Roads Chamber

EDUCATION

VIRGINIA AMERICAN REVOLUTION 250 COMMITTEE

  • Jean-Ann Bolling from Mechanicsville

VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BOARD OF TRUSTEES

  • Kirsti Goodwin de Richmond, Managing Director, Tower 3 Investments, LLC
  • Marianne Littel from Virginia Beach, interior designer

VIRGINIA COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION BOARD APPOINTMENTS

  • Elizabeth R. Cline of Fincastle, solicitor, Moss & Rocovich, solicitors, PC
  • Paul Clinton Harris, Sr., de Richmond, Executive Vice President, Huntington Ingalls Industries

HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

  • Brian Hanrahan, MD, from Midlothian, System Medical Director, TeamHealth

AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH PATHOLOGY COMMITTEE

  • Dr. Melissa McNichol of Charlottesville, Audiologist
  • Dr Bethany Rose from Richmond, Audiologist
  • Laura Vencill, MS, CCC-SLP, of Lebanon, Speech Language Pathologist, Russell County Public Schools

HEALTH PROFESSIONS COUNCIL

  • Rebecca Duff de Roanoke, Assistant Professor and Program Director, Radford University Carilion
  • S. Jonathan Hines de Staunton, Assistant Manager/FSL/CCO, Coffman Funeral Home and Crematory
  • Karen Kimsey of Hannover, Partner, Speire Healthcare Strategies
  • Laura Vencill, MS, CCC-SLP of Lebanon, Speech Language Pathologist, Russell County Public Schools

NURSING COUNCIL

  • Paul F. Hogan de Reston, economist

BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S TRUST FUND

  • Dr Tyler Hart de Chesterfield, President and CEO, CA Human Services
  • Roberts of the season of Virginia Beach, Principal/Director of Client Communications, Agence Charrette
  • Sweetheart Shorts from Alexandria
  • Abigail Westcott de Richmond, Director of Stakeholder Relations, Virginia Economic Development

COMMONWEALTH COUNCIL ON AGING

  • Andrea Buck, MD, JD, by Glen Allen, former member of the US Senate Special Committee on Aging

RARE DISEASES ADVICE

  • Greg Joseph of Ashburn, a patient with a rare disease
  • Elissa Pierson from Virginia Beach, caregiver
  • Elizabeth Scott of Spotsylvania, mother and caregiver

STATE CHILD DEATH REVIEW TEAM

  • Kimberly Ayers, MA, of Wytheville, Director, Wythe County Department of Social Services
  • André Beaulieu of Hanover, Lieutenant, Hanover County Fire & EMS
  • Joshua Easter, MD, MSc, of Charlottesville, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Virginia
  • The Honorable Susan O’Prandy Fierro of Prince George, Commonwealth Attorney for Prince George’s County
  • Ryan Hilbish of Bedford, Lieutenant, Bedford County Sheriff’s Office
  • Jonathan Minter of Hanover County, Lt., Hanover County Fire and EMS

WORK

APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL

  • Grant Shmelzer of Bethesda, MD, CEO, Independent Electrical Contractors Chesapeake

ADVICE FOR ENTREPRENEURS

  • Taylor Brannan of Richmond, Vice President, F. Richard Wilton Jr., Inc.

COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF COMMON INTEREST

  • Thomas A. Mazzei of Fairfax County, CEO, Cardinal Management Group, Inc.
  • Margaret “Meg” Tunstall de Henrico, Director of Operations and Systems, HHHunt Communities

FAIR HOUSING COMMITTEE

  • Owen Roy Morgan of Alexandria, Government Relations Manager: Local, State and Federal Policy, Navistar, Inc.

TABLE OF SAFETY AND HEALTH CODES

  • Lee Biedrycki de Powhatan, President and CEO, BeneFinder
  • Robert C. Smith of Leesburg, professional engineer

PUBLIC SECURITY AND HOMELAND SECURITY

JUVENILE JUSTICE COUNCIL

  • David Mic of Chesapeake, Attorney, Attorney General’s Office

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES COMMISSION

  • D. Bradley Marshall of Manassas, Shareholder/Lawyer, Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian, PC

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