Gov. Ralph Northam has announced the following appointments:
Virginia Council on Environmental Justice:
- Nathan James Burrell of Richmond, facility maintenance and operations manager for Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Facilities, City of Richmond;
- Taysha DeVaughan of Wise, president of Southern Appalachian Mountain Stewards;
- Mike Ellerbrock of Blacksburg, professor for Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at Virginia Tech; minister, Catholic Diocese of Richmond;
- Jay Ford of Belle Haven, Virginia Voices coordinator for Chesapeake Bay Foundation; owner of Shine and Rise Farm;
- Faith B. Harris of Varina, vice chairwoman of Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy; chairwoman of Virginia Interfaith Power and Light;
- Lisa Johnson of Accomack, diversity and inclusion program specialist for NASA Goddard Space Flight Center;
- Raul Garcia Lopez of Arlington, senior legislative counsel at Earthjustice;
- Nathaniel X. Marshall of Lynchburg, equal employment opportunities manager at BWX Technologies, Inc.;
- Janet A. Phoenix of Herndon, assistant research professor at George Washington University;
- Beth Roach of Richmond, tribal councilwoman for Nottoway Indian Tribe; and
- EJ Scott of Manassas, environmental program manager for Sev1Tech, Inc.
- John Holland of Salisbury, farmer for W. T. Holland & Sons, Inc.; and
- Jimmy Holland of New Church, farmer for F.A. Holland & Son, Inc.
Board for Waste Management Facility Operators:
- Sathish Anabathula of Albemarle, associate director of Power and Light, facilities management at University of Virginia.
Child Support Guidelines Review Panel:
- Kimberlee Harris Ramsey of Richmond, president of FloranceGordonBrown.
Commonwealth Council on Aging:
- Amy Duncan of Abingdon, community outreach coordinator, Office of the Attorney General.
Hampton Roads Sanitation District Commission:
- Michael E. Glenn of Norfolk, president of Luna Development;
- Willie Levenston of Portsmouth; and
- Molly Joseph Ward of Hampton, treasurer, City of Hampton.
Virginia Small Grains Board:
- Dave Black of Charles City, manager of Heritage Farms.
Fair Housing Board:
- Scott Astrada of Alexandria, director of Center for Responsible Lending;
- Amanda Buyalos of Roanoke, property manager for Management Services Corporation;
- Sherman Gillums Jr. of Gainesville, retired from U.S. Marine Corps;
- T. Nicole Hebbe of Henrico, general manager of MHE;
- Myra Howard of Richmond, agency owner of State Farm Insurance; and
- Linda Melton of Glen Allen, community outreach officer for Fulton Bank.
Family and Children’s Trust Fund:
- Virginia Powell of Richmond, retired manager of public health.
Virginia Economic Development Partnership Committee on International Trade:
- Stuart S. Malawer of Great Falls, distinguished service professor of law and international trade at Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University.
Virginia Small Grains Board:
- Delores C. Darden of Smithfield, farmer.
Christopher Newport University Board of Visitors:
- Robert (Bobby) R. Hatten of Newport News, managing partner for Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein;
- Steve Kast of Poquoson, president and CEO of United Way of the Virginia Peninsula; and
- Raymond Willis, Jr. of Suffolk, CEO of Heritage Development Partners.
College of William and Mary Board of Visitors:
- Mari Carmen Aponte of Washington, D.C., retired ambassador;
- James A Hixon of Virginia Beach;
- Charles E. Poston of Norfolk, retired judge for the 4th Judicial Circuit; and
- Karen Kennedy Schultz of Winchester, professor and director of the Center for Public Service and Scholarship at Shenandoah University.