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Carroll Publishing launches GovSearch API™

November 7, 2018:Carroll Publishing announced the launch of GovSearch API™, a government contact data service that allows subscribers to connect server-to-server via HTTP and quickly develop a functional application or integrate into an existing web site or CRM application. Learn more.

H. Carl McCall to retire as Chairman, Board of Trustees, State University of New York, in June, 2019

April 19, 2019: H. Carl McCall plans to retire as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York (SUNY) in June, 2019, McCall announced on Wednesday, April 10, 2019. McCall, 83, was appointed as the SUNY Chairman on October 17, 2011. He first joined the Board as a Member on October 22, 2007. McCall was previously the Comptroller of the New York state government from May, 1993, to December, 2002; he worked for three terms as a New York State Senator, representing the Upper Manhattan district of New York City; he was an Ambassador to the United Nations; he was a Commissioner at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; and he was the Commissioner of the New York State Division of Human Rights. McCall was also previously the President of the New York City Board of Education from 1991 to 1993, and he was the Chairman of the Public Higher Education Conference Board, a coalition of fourteen member organization which supports the public higher education system in New York State. McCall also worked as a vice president at Citibank and as a corporate director at the New York Stock Exchange, Tyco International, the New Plan Realty Corporation and Ariel Investment. McCall was educated at Dartmouth College, the Andover Newton Theological Seminary and the University of Edinburgh. He is the recipient of nine honorary degrees.

Linda Larsen appointed Chairman, Rhode Island Career and Technical Board of Trustees

  
April 19, 2019: Linda Larsen has been appointed as the Chairman of the Rhode Island Career and Technical (CTE) Board of Trustees by Gov. Gina Raimondo. Larsen succeeds Al Lubrano, who is continuing to work as a Board Member. Larsen is the Director of Education Outreach at the Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance. The CTE Board of Trustees works closely with the Rhode Island Career and Technical Education Trust to promote workforce development and better alignment between what students are learning in classrooms and what they need to be successful in the workforce. The Board works on reviewing applications for new and expanding CTE programs in Rhode Island high schools, and is also a key sounding board and partner on career exploration and education programs through the Prepare Rhode Island (PrepareRI) initiative.

Reuben Young appointed North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge

  
April 19, 2019: Reuben Young was appointed as a North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge by Gov. Roy Cooper on Monday, April 15, 2019. Young was most recently the Chief Deputy Secretary for Adult Corrections and Juvenile Justice at the North Carolina Department of Public Safety. He previously worked for five years as a Special Superior Court Judge and as the Secretary of the North Carolina Public Safety Department. He also worked as the Chief Legal Counsel at the Governor’s Office. Young received his undergraduate degree from Howard University, and he received his law degree from North Carolina Central University.

Tim Johnson appointed as New Mexico State Police Chief

  
April 19, 2019: Tim Johnson was appointed as the Chief of the New Mexico State Police by Gov. Michelle Lugan Grisham on Friday, April 5, 2019. Johnson started his law enforcement career as a New Mexico State Police recruit in 2000, and he has worked for the agency and the New Mexico Department of Public Safety ever since. After several assignments to various investigation teams focusing on driving while intoxicated cases, homicides, warrant arrests and white collar crime, Johnson was promoted to executive leadership and management of the Investigations Bureau in 2015. He most recently managed the Criminal Investigations and Impact Teams, Narcotics Unit, Special Investigations Division, Technical Unit, and Criminal Enforcement Unit. Johnson has worked in every commissioned section, division and bureau of the Department of Public Safety. Johnson, a graduate of Roswell High School, received an associate’s degree from the New Mexico Military Institute and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Huron University in Huron, South Dakota.

Rebecca Feiden appointed Executive Director, Nevada State Public Charter School Authority

  
April 19, 2019: Rebecca Feiden was appointed as the Executive Director of the Nevada State Public Charter School Authority by Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. Feiden was most recently the Director, and then the Acting Executive Director, of the Nevada Achievement School District at the Nevada Department of Education since 2016. She started her career as a teacher in Philadelphia, where she also worked as the Managing Director of Operations for Scholar Academies, a charter management office. She previously worked as a math teacher and the director of operations at a Philadelphia charter school, and as a math and science teacher at the School District of Philadelphia. Feiden received her bachelor of arts degree in math and physics from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., and she received her teaching certificate from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education in Philadelphia.

Al Lubrano resigns as Chairman, Rhode Island Career and Technical Board of Trustees

  
April 19, 2019: Linda Larsen has been appointed as the Chairman of the Rhode Island Career and Technical (CTE) Board of Trustees by Gov. Gina Raimondo. Larsen succeeds Al Lubrano, who is continuing to work as a Board Member. Larsen is the Director of Education Outreach at the Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance. The CTE Board of Trustees works closely with the Rhode Island Career and Technical Education Trust to promote workforce development and better alignment between what students are learning in classrooms and what they need to be successful in the workforce. The Board works on reviewing applications for new and expanding CTE programs in Rhode Island high schools, and is also a key sounding board and partner on career exploration and education programs through the Prepare Rhode Island (PrepareRI) initiative.

Nick Aragon appointed as a Deputy Chief, New Mexico State Police

  
April 19, 2019: Nick Aragon was appointed as a Deputy Chief of the New Mexico State Police by Gov. Michelle Lugan Grisham on Friday, April 5, 2019. Aragon was most recently a Major for the New Mexico State Police, a position he held at the Uniform Zone Commander Headquarters since 2017. He has worked for the State Police since 1998. Aragon has worked as a Commander of the State Police Motor Team, and he has worked as the Department of Public Safety’s Tribal Liaison since 2017. He worked as an Incident Commander for several emergency incidents throughout the state. During his twenty-four years in law enforcement, Aragon has also helped train and recruit State Police officers. He has also worked as a District Commander at a pair of agency districts. Aragon received a bachelor’s degree from Ashford University in Clinton, Iowa.