Governor Holcomb Makes Board, Commission Appointments

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Governor Eric Holcomb has made another round of board appointments and reappointments. They include the Ball State University Board of Trustees and the Judicial Nominating Commission. 

The appointments come a week after Holcomb made a long list of appointments. The new appointments include:

Ball State University Board of Trustees

  • Rick Hall (Carmel), partner with Barnes & Thornburg LLP, will continue his service on the board. Hall was first appointed to the board in 2007 and has served as chair since 2014. His new term will expire Dec. 31, 2022.
  • R. Wayne Estopinal (Jeffersonville), president of TEG Architects, will continue his service on the board, following his nomination by the Ball State University Alumni Council. Estopinal has served since 2011, and his new term will expire Dec. 31, 2022.

Judicial Nominating Commission

  • Julie Griffith (Carmel), executive vice president for strategy, partnerships and outreach for the Indiana Innovation Institute, will join the commission, succeeding Lynette Long at the conclusion of her term. Members of the commission cannot serve consecutive terms, and Long has served since 2016. Griffith’s term will expire Dec. 31, 2021.
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