UPPER CUMBERLAND – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam announced the appointments of 176 Tennesseans to 75 boards and commissions – five are from the Upper Cumberland.
Cookeville Regional Medical Center CEO Paul Korth was named to the Health Services and Development Agency; Dawn Fry, an attorney and Putnam County School Board vice chair, was nominated to the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities; and Matt Stennett of Smithville, respectively, a chief engineer at the Middle Tennessee Utility District, was appointed to the Energy Efficient Schools Council.
Additionally, Regina Miller, of Crossville, was appointed to the State Soil Conservation Committee; and Glenda Terry, of Cookeville, to the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth.
“Serving on a board or commission is an important responsibility, and I thank these Tennesseans for their commitment to serve our state,” Haslam said in a release.
Appointment terms are varied due to differing statutory requirements or term limits determined by specific qualifications.
Energy Efficient Schools Council
Matt Stennett, Smithville
Health Services and Development Agency
Paul Korth, Cookeville
State Soil Conservation Committee
Regina Miller, Crossville
Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth
Glenda Terry, Cookeville
Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities
Dawn Fry, Cookeville