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The Virginia Capitol in downtown Richmond.

Gov. Ralph Northam has announced the following appointments:

State Board for Community Colleges:

  • Dana Beckton of Chesapeake, chief diversity officer at Sentara Healthcare;
  • Brenda D. Calderon of Alexandria;
  • Darius A. Johnson of Richmond, vice president of employee engagement and development at Dominion Energy; and
  • Ashby Kilgore of Newport News, retired superintendent of Newport News Public Schools.

State Council of Higher Education for Virginia:

  • Ken Ampy of Midlothian, CEO of Astyra Corporation;
  • Alexandra Arriaga of Arlington, founder and partner of Strategy for Humanity;
  • Thaddeus B. Holloman of Newport News, senior vice president and Newport News City executive at Old Point National Bank; and
  • Thomas G. Slater Jr. of Richmond, special counsel for Hunton Andrews Kurth.

University of Virginia and Affiliated Schools Board of Visitors:

  • Mark T. Bowles of Goochland, chairman of McGuireWoods Consulting;
  • Elizabeth Matheny Cranwell of Roanoke County, real estate professional at MKB Realtors;
  • Thomas Anthony DePasquale of Washington, technology executive and pharma investor;
  • Babur Bari Lateef of Manassas, ophthalmologist at Advanced Ophthalmology; and
  • James B. Murray Jr. of Keene, CEO of Murray Enterprises and Greenmont Farms.

Virginia Commonwealth University Board of Visitors:

  • H. Benson Dendy III of Richmond, president of The Vectre Corporation;
  • Carmen Lomellin of Arlington, retired ambassador and former permanent representative to the Organization of American States;
  • Keith T. Parker of Atlanta, Ga., president and CEO of Goodwill of North Georgia; and
  • Tonya A. Parris-Wilkins of Wytheville, dental director at Bland Ministry Center.

Virginia Economic Development Partnership Committee on Business Development and Marketing:

  • Amy N. Parkhurst of Virginia Beach, senior vice president of business development at Hampton Roads Alliance; and
  • Leonard L. Sledge of Hampton, department of economic development for the City of Richmond.

Virginia Military Institute Board of Visitors:

  • Charles E. Dominy of Oakton, retired lieutenant general in the U.S.Army and consultant at IAP Worldwide Services;
  • Lester Johnson Jr. of Richmond, owner of Mama J’s Kitchen;
  • Scot W. Marsh of Winchester, land surveyor at Marsh and Legge Land Surveyors; and
  • Grover C. Outland III of Arnold, Md., senior vice president and general counsel for Tech USA.
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