Holcomb Adds to Administration

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Governor-elect Eric Holcomb has added more names to his administration. The appointments include a new state personnel department director, press secretary and commissioner of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.

Holcomb has named Brandye Hendrickson state personnel department director. Hendrickson currently serves as commissioner of the Indiana Department of Transportation, a role to which she was appointed by Governor Mike Pence in 2015. 

"Brandye as over 20 years of experience in public service where she has demonstrated both her leadership abilities and her commitment to Indiana," said Holcomb.  "She will serve Indiana well as the head of the State Personnel Department and I look forward to her leadership as we work to take Indiana to the next level." 

Stephanie Wilson has been named press secretary for the incoming governor. Wilson currently serves as communications director for the Indiana Commission for Higher Education and previously served as deputy communications director at the Indianapolis Department of Public Works.

Holcomb has promoted Bruno Pigott to commissioner of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. Pigott currently serves as chief of staff of the department and previously served in various roles within the Office of Water Quality.

The governor-elect has also reappointed Jim Greeson as State Fire Marshal.

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