Virginia’s Governor appoints new Technology Secretary
In an announcement made this week, Virginia’s Governor-Elect Terry McAuliffe named Karen Jackson as Virginia’s next Secretary of Technology. Ms. Jackson currently serves as Deputy Secretary of Technology for the Commonwealth of Virginia, a post she was originally appointed to by Governor Tim Kaine and reappointed by Governor Bob McDonnell in 2009.
Virginia’s technology circle is buzzing about the new appointment as many expressed kind words of encouragement for her in the new role, including Dave Heller, Trinity’s Assistant VP of Business Development in Sterling, VA, which stated, “The team at Trinity is excited to have such a strong leader appointed to this important post. The technology future looks bright for the state and residents of Virginia.”
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