RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 22 -- Gov. Terry McAuliffe, D-Va., issued the following news release:
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced additional appointments to his administration today. The appointees will join McAuliffe's administration focused on finding common ground with members of both parties on issues that will grow Virginia's economy and create more jobs across the Commonwealth.
Secretariat of the Commonwealth
Board of Trustees of the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia
* Emmett W. Toms, Jr.* of Waynesboro, Manager, VA State and Local Affairs, Dominion
Charitable Gaming Board
* Tanya A. Conrad of Newport News, City of Newport News Law Enforcement and Member of the 192nd Fighter Wing, The Virginia Air National Guard
* Randy Green of Mechanicsville, Sales Manager for the State of Virginia, Lancaster Bingo Company
* James Lewis of Alexandria, Communications Director, U.S. House of Representatives
* Betty Ann Sword of Cedar Bluff, Retired
Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board
* Julia Marsden of Burke, former Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Washington, DC division of Balmar Printing and Graphics
Governor's Advisory Board on Volunteerism and National Service
* Colonel Lettie J. Bien (USAR, RET) ofCharlottesville
* Jessica M. Bowser of Alexandria, Professional Educator and Advocate for Public Education
* Richard A. Cabellos of Manassas, Director, County of Fairfax, Southgate Community Center, Reston
* The Honorable John Taylor Chapman, City Councilman, City of Alexandria
* Elizabeth B. Childress of Richmond, Government Affairs Specialist, Spotts Fain Consulting
* Vanessa Diamond* of Richmond, Director HandsOn Greater Richmond
* Mark Fero* of Ruther Glen, Programs and Public Safety Financial Manager, Office of the Attorney General of Virginia
* The Honorable Terry C. Frye of Bristol, Commissioner of Revenue, City of Bristol
* Peter J. Goldin of Richmond, Associate State Director, Federal Advocacy, AARP Virginia
* Julie C. Grimes* of North Chesterfield, Communications Manager, Virginia Department of Education
* Ashley W. Hall of Richmond, Director, Strategic Engagement, United Way of Greater Richmond and Petersburg
* Eleanor Matthews of Winchester, Senior at John Handley High School
* Amy P. Nisenson of Manakin Sabot, Executive Director of The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation and non-profit consultant
* Karen Kennedy Schultz, PhD of Winchester, Professor, Shenandoah University; Director, The Center for Public Service and Scholarship
* Seema Sethi, MPS, MBA of Fairfax, President and CEO of Society for Enrichment of Asians
* Karen J. Stanley* of Chester, Chief Executive Officer CARITAS
* Laurie S. Turner of Herndon, Public Affairs Director, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Washington, D.C.
* James H. Underwood of Midlothian, Business Manager, Local Union No. 666, IBEW 666
* Leslie Van Horn* of Norfolk, Executive Director, Federation of Virginia Food Banks
Safety and Health Codes Board
* Louis J. Cernak, Jr. of Clifton, Retired
* John D. Fulton of Mechanicsville, President/Owner, E. McLauchlan & Sons, Inc.
* Travis M. Parsons of Annandale, Senior Safety and Health Specialist, Laborers' Health and Safety Fund of North America
* Daniel A. (Danny) Sutton* of Timberville, Live Production Manager - VA Division, George's Family Farms, LLC
* Thomas A. Thurston* of Sandston, International Staff Representative, Communications Workers of America
Virginia Board for People with Disabilities
* Vicki Beatty of Richmond,Owner, Virginia Parent Advocates, LLC
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
* Martin J. Barrington* of Manakin Sabot, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Altria Group, Inc.
* Tyler Bishop of Richmond, Senior Vice President, McGuire Woods Consulting
* Louise B. Cochrane* of Richmond, Philanthropist
* Ivan P. Jecklin, JD* of Richmond, Co-President, General Counsel, Weinstein Properties
* Kenneth S. Johnson of Richmond, CEO of Johnson, Inc.
* Pamela Reynolds of Richmond, Past Chair of the Board of Trustees, and stalwart supporter of cultural heritage in Richmond and the mid-Atlantic region.