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Hogan Selects Cabinet Secretaries and Staff

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ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor-elect Larry Hogan announced Several additional Cabinet secretary appointments as well as over a dozen official staff members during a press conference Thursday in Annapolis.

"I am very proud of the great team we have assembled," said Governor-elect Hogan. "I want to thank all of them for their willingness to serve the people of Maryland and move our state forward." 

The governor-elect announced Senator David Brinkley as Secretary of the Department of Budget and Management. Senator Brinkley served in the Maryland General Assembly from 1994 to 2014 and was elected to leadership roles in both the House and the Senate.

In addition to the announcement of DBM Secretary, Governor-elect Hogan announced Sam Maholtra as Secretary of Human Resources, Jennie Hunter-Cevera as Acting Secretary of the Maryland Higher Education Commission, Clay Stamp as Director of the Maryland Emergency Management Agency, and Luis Borunda as Deputy Secretary of State. 

The governor-elect also announced seventeen staff members. They include:

Steve Crim – Director of Public Affairs

Senator Marty Madden – Senior Adviser to the Governor

Amanda O'Malley – Deputy Chief of Staff

Mike Richard – Deputy Chief of Staff

Roy McGrath – Special Assistant to the Governor & Liaison to Board of Public Works

Brad Peganoff – Director of the Governor's District of Columbia Office

Adam Dubitsky – Policy Director

Mark Newgent – Deputy Policy Director

Wendy Hershey – Executive Services Director

Steve DeBoy – Legislative Officer

Chris Carroll – Legislative Officer

Matt Clark – Communications Director

Doug Mayer – Deputy Communications Director

Erin Montgomery – Press Secretary

Shareese DeLeaver Churchill – Press Secretary

Hannah Marr – Deputy Press Secretary

Lorena Rivera – Deputy Press Secretary
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