GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENTS Contractors. Allen, director of budget and strategic planning for the City of Richmond; Rachel D. Fowlkes of Abingdon, former agency head and executive director of Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center; Debra K. McMahon of Charlottesville, former CEO of Scitent; and Georgia Anne SnyderFalkinham of Blacksburg, president and owner of Snyder & Associates General Md., medical device commercial execution leader for Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies; and Kay A. Kemper of Virginia Beach, retired president of Kemper Consulting. University of Mary Washington Board of Visitors: educational consultant; and John C. Rothenberger of Great Falls. public accountant, partner and director of the audit department at GRF CPAs & Advisors. Gov. Ralph Northam has announced the following appointments: ♦ ♦ ♦ Sharon Bulova of Fairfax County, former chair of Fairfax County Board of Supervisors; Edward B. “Ted” Hontz of Stafford, vice president of Basic Commerce and Industries; and Charles S. Reed Jr. of Sterling, manager at KPMG. ♦ Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Awards Committee: Longwood University Board of Visitors: George Mason University Board of Visitors: ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Katharine Bond of Mechanicsville, vice president of public policy at Dominion Energy; Steven P. Gould of Danville, principal at Byrnes Gould Law; and Polly Raible of Midlothian, senior director of population health at Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association. James W. Hazel of Charlottesville; Wendy Marquez of Penhook, CEO of Wize Solutions; Jon M. Peterson of Fairfax, CEO of Peterson Companies; and Bob Witeck of Arlington, president of Witeck Communications. Joy Speaks of Cullen, retired administrator of operations at Wilpak Industries. Radford University Board of Visitors: ♦ ♦ ♦ Robert A. Archer of Salem, chairman and CEO of Blue Ridge Beverage Co.; Jay A. Brown of Glen ♦ ♦ Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel Commission: ♦ ♦ ♦ Karen James of Portsmouth, general counsel for Portsmouth Redevelopment and Housing Authority; and Jeffrey A. Rowland of Chesapeake, president of JR Enterprises. ♦ ♦ ♦ Hampton Roads Sanitation District Commission: (( Norfolk State University Board of Visitors: In a time when we all faced completely new and difficult situations, Atlantic Union Bank made an overwhelming process very straightforward and simple for their business customers. We are so grateful for their hard work and assistance with our PPP loan application. ♦ Stephen C. Rodriguez of Chesapeake, president of CRUCO Inc.; and Molly Joseph Ward of Hampton, treasurer for the City of Hampton. ♦ Commonwealth Health Research Board: BK Fulton of Richmond, chairman and CEO at Soulidifly Productions, and Devon M. Henry of Glen Allen, president and CEO at Team Henry Enterprises. ♦ ♦ Robert Downs of Richmond, retired physician and professor emeritus at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. ♦ James Madison University Board of Visitors: - Ryan, Farmer Machine Company ♦ Chris Falcon of Annandale, deputy clerk and legal counsel for Arlington County Circuit Court; Maribeth Herod of Herndon, senior vice president at Bank of America; John C. Lynch of Norfolk, attorney at Troutman Sanders; Lara Major of Purcellville, Old Dominion University Board of Visitors: New College Institute: ♦ Treney Tweedy of Lynchburg, mayor of Lynchburg. ♦ Bruce Bradley of Virginia Beach, retired publisher at the The Virginian-Pilot; Larry R. Hill of Virginia Beach, president of L.R. Hill Custom Builders; Toykea Jones of Hanover, All in for ♦ Task Force for the Identification of the History of Formerly Enslaved African Americans in Virginia: local business ♦ ♦ ♦ Audrey P. 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