Minnesota - Gov. Tim Walz appointed Alice Roberts-Davis as Department of Administration commissioner to direct the state's efforts in procuring lifesaving care supplies. Previously, she served as department's assistant commissioner and gained experience in procurement and public-private partnerships. Before joining the state, she worked for a national retailer for 12 years in different leadership capacities, including real estate management and compliance.
South Carolina - Lisa Montgomery, executive vice president of finance and operations for the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), has announced the appointment of Mark McMath as enterprise chief information officer (CIO) for information solutions. McMath joined MUSC from a not-for-profit, faith-based health care system based in Memphis, Tennessee, where he served as the senior vice president and chief information officer.
Georgia - The city of Brunswick named Regina McDuffie as its new city manager. She takes over for interim city manager Tanet Myers who filled in after Jim Drumm resigned in January. McDuffie previously served as Macon County manager and chief administrative officer at the Macon Centreplex. She is scheduled to start with Brunswick in early May.
South Dakota - The Pierre City Commission on March 31 approved Cameron Howard as manager of the Pierre Regional Airport, effective April 15. He will take over for Mike Isaacs who accepted a position in Lewiston, Idaho. Howard most recently served as the administration manager at the Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport in Kentucky.
Wyoming - The University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources selected Dr. Holly Krutka as executive director. She previously served as vice president for coal generation and emissions technologies at the world's largest private-sector coal producer. Before that, she worked as a senior research and development analyst for an electric generation and transmission cooperative based in Westminster, Colorado.
Washington, D.C. - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) selected Yvette Collazo as director of the Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics (OPPT). Collazo previously worked for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) where she oversaw activities related to federal contracts and agreements. She also served as senior adviser and director for DOE's Office of Technology Innovation and Development.