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Virginia Governor Appoints Tech Board Members



June 25, 2009 By

Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine on Wednesday announced appointments to the Broadband Advisory Council, and the Wireless E-911 Board:

Broadband Advisory Council

  • R. Bryan David of Amherst County, executive director of Region 2000 Economic Development Council
  • Heather Gold of Fairfax County, senior vice president of external affairs at XO Communications
  • Ray LaMura of Richmond City, president of the Virginia Cable Telecommunications Association
  • Laura Lee of Washington County, deputy chief of staff and Abingdon liaison in the Office of Congressman Rick Boucher
  • Duront Walton of Richmond City, executive director of the Virginia Telecommunications Industry Association.

Wireless E-911 Board

  • Robert G. Kemmler of Hanover County, director of the Bureau of Administration and Support Services for the Virginia State Police
  • John W. Knapp, Jr. of Richmond City, government affairs director of Verizon
  • Ron Mastin of Culpeper, (reappointment) fire chief of Fairfax County.


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