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Aaron Demerson serves as the Commissioner Representing Employers for the Texas Workforce Commission. Governor Greg Abbott appointed him to the three-member Commission on August 20, 2019. In his role, Commissioner Demerson serves as an advocate for over 555,000 Texas employers and over 2.6 million small businesses. Commissioner Demerson’s team is devoted to serving as the first line of resources for all Texas employers. His office provides a variety of tools including employment law conferences and an employer hotline to help businesses start, grow and thrive in Texas. Demerson is also devoted to supporting the economic development and education that helps advance ...
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MCTX City Manager Anthony J. Snipes has been selected as a 2019 Fellow of the prestigious National Academy of Public Administration. Read the media news release from MCTX here: MCTX City Manager Anthony J. Snipes Selected A Fellow by National Academy of Public Administration MCTX City Manager Anthony J. Snipes has been selected by the National Academy of Public Administration (the Academy) for inclusion in its 2019 Class of Academy Fellows, in recognition of his years of public administration service and expertise. Induction of the 51 new Fellows will occur during the Academy’s annual Fall Meeting, which will take place Nov. 7 to Nov. ...
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Richard Lawrence, Jr., serves as the Special Assistant to the City Manager where he works closely with to implement citywide policy initiatives on behalf of the Manager and City Council. Lawrence has over 10 years of proven success in planning, policy development and research in the public and non-profit sectors. In his previous roles Richard managed a variety of projects and initiatives, implementation of long-range and short-range projects, provided development and technical reviews, and facilitated community engagement processes. See Richard's full bio here. How did you become interested in being a public servant? Pretty early in my undergraduate ...
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ArDeanna Seabron-Hicks’ professional experience is a culmination of 20 years of public service. ArDeanna began her career with the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office as a Victim Advocate/Paralegal. Through daily interactions with victims of violence, ArDeanna gained the understanding that her talents and skills would be best utilized in serving the San Antonio community. After 10 years of combined service with the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office and the Domestic Relations Office, ArDeanna joined the CPS Energy team to implement the company’s Ethics program. During her tenure at CPS Energy, ArDeanna has held leadership roles in Ethics, Energy Delivery ...
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How did you become interested in being a public servant? It started primarily as a young child to be honest. Just seeing my parents giving back to others through church and seeing neighbors helping one another. Professionally, I came to understand while working in the private sector, that opportunities to address and combat issues such as homeless, etc. are few and far between. I found that being a servant, particularly a public servant, was something that in turn could be both rewarding and lucrative and give me personal satisfaction in my career. What is your professional background? I serve as the Executive Airport Director for Montgomery ...
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