Monday, February 05, 2007

Latest Additions To Spitzer Admin

Liz Benjamin gives us the latest scoop on new Spitzer your name listed??? andy

Gov. Eliot Spitzer has announced three new nominations (state Parole Board, DOT commissioner, and state Housing Finance Agency/Mortgage Authority) and an appointment (executive director, state Office of Domestic Violence Prevention).
Read the details after the jump:

George B. Alexander, nominated, chair of the State Board of Parole and Chief Executive Officer of the New York State Division of Parole. (Annual salary = $120,800). Alexander currently serves as director and commissioner of the Erie County Department of Probation and Youth Detention Services. From 1993to 2000, he served as deputy director in the Parole Violation Unit at the state Division of Parole. Prior to that, Alexander was a senior parole officer and a parole revocation specialist.
Astrid C. Glynn, nominated, Department of Transportation commissioner. (Annual salary = $136,000). Glynn currently serves as director of Capital Planning for the Massachusetts School Building Authority. From 2005 to 2006, she was deputy chief hief in the Massachusetts Office for Commonwealth Development. Glynn served in the Massachusetts Executive Office of Transportation in a number of capacities.
Judd Levy, nominated, chairman of the Boards of the state tate Housing Finance Agency and state Mortgage Authority. (No salary). Levy has served as president and COO of the Community Development Trust since 1998. Previously, Levy served as president of Local Initiatives Managed Assets Corporation and for Hemlock Enterprises, INC. From 1978 to 1988, he was managing director of the Housing Finance Department for Merrill Lynch Capital Markets.
Amy Pitcairn Barasch, appointed, executive director of the Office of the Prevention of Domestic Violence. (Annual salary = $121,019) Pitcairn Barasch hasworked in the New York City Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence since 2002. Previously, PitcairnBarasch was an Associate at Lansner and Kubitschek from 2001 to 2002 and the Director of the Family Court Legal Program at Pace Women’s JusticeCenter from 1999 to 2001.

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