Holcomb Makes Boards, Commissions Appointments

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Governor Eric Holcomb has made appointments and reappointments to various state boards and commissions.

Board for Proprietary Education
The governor made two new appointments to the Board for Proprietary Education, with terms expiring September 30, 2022:

    • Anne Shane (Indianapolis), former vice president of BioCrossroads, will join the board.

    • Jean Putnam (Noblesville), executive vice president and chief nursing officer with Community Health Network, will join the board.

Early Learning Advisory Committee
The governor made three reappointments and four new appointments to the Early Learning Advisory Committee, who will serve at the pleasure of the governor:

    • Betsy Delgado (Carmel), vice president of mission and education initiatives at Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, will join the committee.

    • Mary Gardner (Indianapolis), government affairs director at Stand for Children, will join the committee.

    • Dr. Nancy Holsapple (on behalf of the Department of Education), State Director of Special Education, will join the committee.

    • Lacey Kottkamp (on behalf of FSSA), Head Start State Collaboration Director for FSSA, will continue her service on the committee.

    • Nicole Norvell (on behalf of FSSA), director of the Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning at FSSA, will continue her service on the committee.

    • Christopher Stokes (Indianapolis), senior director of neurosciences sales with Eli Lilly & Company, will continue his service on the committee.

    • Kerri Wortinger (Gas City), preschool director at Marion Community Schools, will join the committee.

Environmental Rules Board
The governor made one new appointment to the Environmental Rules Board, with a term expiring September 30, 2021:

    • Paul Gilson (Indianapolis), director of Environmental Affairs Global HSE for Eli Lilly, will join the board.

Fire Prevention & Building Safety Commission
The governor made three reappointments to the Fire Prevention & Building Safety Commission, with terms expiring August 31, 2022:

    • Gregory Furnish (Memphis), president of Upright Builders, will continue his service on the commission.

    • James “Wes” Jordan (Carmel), vice president at Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc., will continue his service on the commission.

    • Jessica Scheurich (Waterloo), formerly with Keller Development, will continue her service on the commission.

Great Lakes Commission
The governor made five reappointments to the Great Lakes Commission, with terms expiring December 31, 2022:

    • Sharon M. Jackson, deputy general counsel for the Office of the Governor, will continue her service on the commission.

    • Bruno L. Pigott, commissioner of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, will continue his service on the commission.

    • Jody W. Peacock, vice president of the Ports of Indiana, will continue his service on the commission.

    • Steve Fisher (Washington, D.C.), executive director of the American Great Lakes Ports Association, will continue his service on the commission.

    • Kay L. Nelson (Portage), director of environmental affairs for the Northwest Indiana Forum, will continue her service on the commission.

Indiana Criminal Justice Institute Board of Trustees
The governor made one reappointment to the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute Board of Trustees, with a term expiring July 31, 2022:

    • Rebecca Humphrey (Lafayette), executive director of the Cary Home for Children, will continue her service on the board.

Indiana School for the Deaf Board
The governor made one reappointment to the Indiana School for the Deaf Board, with a term expiring August 31, 2022:

    • Terri Miller (Carmel), assistant director of special education for Hamilton-Boone-Madison Special Services Cooperative, will continue her service on the board.

Indiana Worker’s Compensation Board
The governor made four reappointments and two new appointments to the Worker’s Compensation Board:

    • Daniel Foote (Indianapolis), will continue his service on the board. His term expires August 31, 2021.

    • Linda Hamilton (Ft. Wayne), will continue her service on the board and will continue as chair. Her term expires January 1, 2023.

    • Diane Parsons (Indianapolis), will continue her service on the board. Her term expires August 31, 2022.

    • Bridgett Repay (Schererville), will join the board. Her term expires January 1, 2023.

    • Kyle Samons (Greenville), will join the board. His term expires August 31, 2022.

    • James Sarkisian (Valparaiso), will continue his service on the board. His term expires August 31, 2022.

Vincennes University Board of Trustees
The governor made one reappointment to the Board of Trustees for Vincennes University, with a term expiring September 30, 2019:

    • Brianna Jobe (Vincennes) will continue her service on the board as Student Trustee.

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