This news release is from the previous Governor's administration.
For Immediate Release: September 22, 2017
Contacts: Office of the Governor: Brian Coy, 804-225-4260, | Secretariat of the Commonwealth, Caroline Corl,

Governor McAuliffe Announces Administration Appointments


RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe announced additional appointments to his Administration today. The appointees will join McAuliffe’s Administration focused on finding common ground with members of both parties on issues that will build a new Virginia economy and create more jobs across the Commonwealth.


Secretariat of Public Safety and Homeland Security

Danielle Campbell, Program Assistant
Danielle Campbell has been appointed Program Assistant to the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security. Prior to her appointment, Danielle was a 2017 Governor’s Fellow in the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry. Danielle recently graduated from Norfolk State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.


Secretariat of the Commonwealth
Board Appointments

Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice and Prevention

  • Nancy E. Campos, MSW of Richmond, Evaluation Specialist, United Methodist Family Services
  • John Dougherty* of Richmond, Vice President, Community Workforce, Goodwill of Central and Coastal Virginia
  • Keith Farmer* of Blue Ridge, Director, Straight Street Roanoke Valley, Inc.
  • Leah Ganssle of Richmond, Student, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Social Work, Class of 2018
  • Joseph L. Gong of Goode, Probation Officer, 24th Judicial District Court Service Unit
  • Anthony L. Jackson, MSCJ of Richmond, Homicide Detective Sergeant, Richmond Police Department
  • Alyssa N. Jones of Suffolk, Student, Virginia Union University, Class of 2019
  • Samuel A. Perez of Manassas, Residential House Coordinator, Youth For Tomorrow
  • Toni M. Randall of Glen Allen, Deputy Commonwealth Attorney, Henrico County
  • Elaine Williams, BSW of Richmond, Diversion Specialist, YWCA of Richmond;  Community Advocate Assistant, Thriving Cities


Board of Trustees, Family and Children’s Trust Fund

  • Beverly T. Crowder of South Boston, AARP Community Ambassador 
  • Allison Lawrence Jones of Richmond, HosPAC Director for the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association
  • Tarina D. Keene, MPA of Alexandria, Executive Director, NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia
  • John E. Oliver, Esq.* of Norfolk, private practice; former Deputy City Attorney of Chesapeake
  • Mary Russo Riley, MS* of Chesapeake, Administrator, Division of Community Programs, Department of Human Services, Chesapeake


Common Interest Community

  • Maureen A. Baker, CMCA, AMS, PCAM of Huddleston, Owner and Manager, Association Management Solutions, LLC
  • Beth Johnson, CPA* of Haymarket, President, Johnson, Bremer & Ignacio CPAs P.C.
  • Eugenia Lockett Reese of Richmond, Real Estate Investor, Re-developer and Realtor, One South Realty Group
  • Katherine E. Waddell, CPCU, CPIW, AIC* of Henrico, Insurance professional specializing in underwriting and client relations


Fort Monroe Authority

  • Maureen Elgersman Lee of Toano, Chair, Department of Political Science and History, Hampton University
  • John J. Reynolds of Crozet, retired, National Park Service


Governor’s Substance Abuse Services Council

  • Madeline M. Berry, MCJ of Midlothian, Program Supervisor, Women’s Residential Treatment Center, Richmond Behavioral Health Authority
  • The Honorable Brian L. Hieatt* of Tazewell, Sheriff, Tazewell County
  • Mary G. McMasters, MD, FASAM* of Fishersville, Addictionologist, Comprehensive Behavioral Health; appointed Chair
  • Susan C. Morrow, MPA, of Charlottesville, Drug Court Coordinator, Charlottesville/Albemarle Adult Drug Treatment Court; President, Virginia Association of Drug Court Professionals
  • Sandra Sutphin O'Dell, LCSW* of Rose Hill, Executive Director for Planning District One Behavioral Health Services
  • Marjorie Yates* of Chesterfield, Center Director, SAARA Center for Recovery


Virginia Solar Energy Development and Energy Storage Authority

  • William D. Carmack* of Abingdon, Chief Financial Officer, Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center
  • William T. Gathright, PhD of Herndon, Founder, Tumalow, Inc.
  • Colleen A. Lueken, PhD of Alexandria, Director of Market Analytics, AES Energy Storage


*denotes reappointment