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Governor Ernie Fletcher Announces New Assistant to the Governor for Boards and Commissions
Press Release Date:  December 28, 2004
Contact:  Doug Hogan
Jeannie Lausche
502-564-2611
 

Teresa J.  Hill to Serve as Top Aide to Governor Fletcher

Frankfort, KY: Governor Ernie Fletcher announced today the appointment of Teresa J. Hill of Corbin, KY as the administration’s new Assistant to the Governor for Boards and Commissions. Hill most recently served as Executive Director of Legal Services for the Kentucky Commerce Cabinet.

“I am proud to have Teresa serve on this team as I am confident she will be a valuable asset to my Administration,” stated Governor Ernie Fletcher. “The effective management of our Commonwealths’ boards and commissions is a key component to ensuring economic and educational opportunities for every Kentuckian.”

Hill is a graduate of the Salmon P. Chase College of Law and Morehead State University. Before her work at the Kentucky Commerce Cabinet, Hill was a partner the law firm of Brown & Hill, PLLC, in Corbin, KY. She is the daughter of James and Sandra Hill, also of Corbin.

“The impact that the state’s numerous Boards and Commissions have on shaping and influencing Kentucky’s future is tremendous and it is important to Governor Fletcher to make sure that the best possible people are given the opportunity to serve and lead in these positions. I’m excited and honored to serve Governor Fletcher and the Commonwealth of Kentucky in this new role,” said Hill.

Ms. Hill succeeds Keith Hall, who was recently promoted to Director of the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security. "No one is better prepared to serve in one of the most important roles within the Office of the Governor than Teresa. She is smart, articulate, understands the Governor's philosophy and the impact Gubernatorial appointments can have on its execution,” said Keith Hall.


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