Friday, August 27, 2010

Governor Perdue Announces Executive Appointments

Governor Sonny Perdue announced today the following executive appointments. Brief biographies are provided below:

Georgia Commission for Service and Volunteerism
Kimberly K. Brannen, 39, Statesboro – Brannen is a senior vice president at Sea Island Bank. She also serves on the board of directors for the Statesboro Service League and chairs the Joseph’s Home for Boys committee. She served on the Bulloch county board of education school council. She was selected as a “40 under 40” award recipient for The Savannah Business Report and Journal and was a 2010 award recipient of the “Bulloch County 20 under 40” sponsored by The Statesboro Herald. Brannen earned a bachelor’s degree from Georgia Southern University. She and her husband, Aulbert, have two children.

Elaine S. Pritchard, 63, Warner Robins – Pritchard is the vice president, business development director and chief financial officer of Donaldson, Garrett & Associates, Inc. She is a member of Leadership Macon, the Georgia Employers Association and the Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce. She serves on the executive board of the International Right Way Association, as well as program chair of the Society of American Military Engineers. Pritchard and her husband, Ken, have seven children and eleven grandchildren.

Heather H. Teilhet, 34, Smyrna − Teilhet is a government relations representative for the Georgia Electric Membership Corporation. She is a member of the Cobb County Public Schools Educational Foundation. She was selected “Top 20 under 40” by Cobb Life Magazine in 2007. She served as primary strategic communicator for Governor Sonny Perdue. Teilhet earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia and a master’s degree from Georgia State University. She and her husband, Rob, have two children.

Professional Standards Commission

Alice P. Clements, 48, Rome − Clements is a third grade teacher at Darlington School, where she was awarded the Brown Faculty award. She is a member of the Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society and the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Clements earned a bachelor’s degree at the Georgia Institute of Technology and a master’s degree from Berry College. She and her husband, Frank, have two daughters.

Daniel J. Weber, 54, Atlanta − Weber is a state senator and chairman of the Senate Education and Youth committee. He is a member of the Senate Judiciary, Special Judiciary, Natural Resources and State and Local Government Committees in the state Senate. He is a lawyer and arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association. Weber earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo and a law degree from the University of Houston Law Center. He and his wife, Kay, have two children.

Valerie S. Williams, 49, Cleveland − Williams is a fifth grade teacher at Mossy Creek Elementary School. She is a member of the Georgia Association of Educators and the Truett McConnell College Department of Education Advisory Committee. She serves on the 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Committee. Williams earned a bachelor’s degree from Piedmont College and a master’s degree from North Georgia College and State University. She has two daughters and five grandsons.

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