Governor Glenn Youngkin Announces Additional Key Administration Appointments

By: Office of the Governor of Virginia

RICHMOND, VA – Governor Glenn Youngkin today announced he has chosen additional key administration appointments. “It is my honor to welcome our newest civil servants and board members to the administration as we continue our efforts to make Virginia the best place to live, work, and raise a family. I am excited for our team to grow in expertise and aptitude as we conquer the most pressing challenges in Virginia that these coalitions of qualified individuals will serve to address,” said Governor Glenn Youngkin.
Secretary of Administration

  • Janet LawsonDirector of the Department of Human Resource Management

Secretary of Commerce and Trade

  • Nicole RileyDeputy Secretary

 Secretary of Finance

  • John MarkowitzDeputy Secretary
  • David RichardsonState Treasurer

 Secretary of Health and Human Resources

  • Dr. Rick MitchellCommissioner of the Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired

Secretary of Natural and Historic Resources

  • Stockton WatsonMarketing Director, Department of Wildlife Resources 

Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security

  • Mason ByrdChief Deputy Director of the Department of Forensic Science
  • Brad CreasyDirector of Fire Programs

Secretary of Transportation

  • Catherine McGheeChief Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Transportation

Independent Agencies

  • Kelly Gee, Executive Director of the Virginia Lottery

Board Appointments
Board of Medical Assistance Services

  • Tim Hanold of Richmond, CEO, Care Advantage Inc.
  • Paul F. Hogan of Reston, Economist
  • Ashish Kachru of McLean, CEO, DataLink Software

 Commonwealth Transportation Board

  • B. Wayne Coleman of Norfolk, Chairman/Owner, CV International, Inc.

 Virginia Racing Commission

  • Bette Brand of Roanoke, CEO/Founder, Strategic Consulting LLC

Subscribe to our Newsletter

You have successfully subscribed to the newsletter

There was an error while trying to send your request. Please try again.

Sign up for full access to Hampton Roads Messenger for free.