Gov. Perry Appoints Griffiths and Scogin to Juvenile Justice Advisory Board
Gov. Rick Perry has appointed Michael K. "Mike" Griffiths of Austin and June Scogin of Cedar Park to the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board for terms to expire at the pleasure of the governor. The board oversees the treatment and prevention of juvenile delinquency and administers juvenile justice funds.
Griffiths is executive director of the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, an adjunct instructor at Sam Houston State University, and former Juvenile Services Director for Dallas County. He received a bachelor's degree from Sam Houston State University and a Master of Public Administration from Texas Christian University.
Scogin is a former consultant for G4S Youth Services LLC and the Texas Commission on Jail Standards. She is a member of the National Alliance on Mental Illness and the Planned Living Assistance Network of Central Texas. She is also past president and past treasurer of the Central Texas Public Works Association, and a past member of the Public Relations Association and International Association of Business Communicators. Scogin received a bachelor's degree and master's degree in communication from the University of Texas.
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