Gov. Perry Appoints Four to State Employee Charitable Campaign Policy Committee
Gov. Rick Perry has appointed four members to the State Employee Charitable Campaign Policy Committee for terms to expire Jan. 1, 2014. The committee determines the eligibility of entities for participation in the State Employee Charitable Campaign, and oversees the activities of the campaign.
Greg Davidson of Lexington is executive clerk and director of the Constituent Communication Division for the Governor's Office, and an assistant pastor at Cross Pointe Church. He is a past member of the National Association of Parliamentarians, and a past board member of the National Day of Prayer Organization and Prison Fellowship Ministries. He is a past volunteer with Austin Junior Achievement and CASA of Austin, and a past board member and coach of Elgin Little League. Davidson received a bachelor's degree and master's degree in government from the University of Texas, and a Master of Divinity from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He is being reappointed.
Trent Marshall of Burleson is a commissioner for the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles. He is a member of the American, Texas and Tarrant County Bar associations, and a volunteer with the Mansfield Youth Baseball Association. He served in the Texas National Guard. Marshall received a bachelor's degree from Lamar University and a law degree from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law.
Louri O'Leary of Austin is an elections administrator for the Texas Secretary of State. She is secretary of the Saint Theresa Catholic Church Parish Council, a member and past president of the Catholic Union of Texas-KJT, and a past board member and past conference program chair of the Travel and Tourism Research Association. O'Leary received a bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at Arlington and a master's degree in education administration from Texas State University. She is being reappointed.
Cecile Young of Austin is a private consultant and former associate commissioner for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission Office of Health Coordination and Consumer Services. She is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Austin, a past scholastic advisor of the Texas Tech University Delta Gamma Advisory Board, and a former volunteer with the Austin Food Bank and Ronald McDonald House of Austin. Young received a bachelor's degree from Texas Tech University. She is being reappointed.
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