Erika McKay was Appointed as Deputy General Counsel at Office-of-the-Governor,-State-of-Alabama

Date of management change: July 25, 2018 

What Happened?

Montgomery, -based Office-of-the-Governor,-State-of-Alabama Appointed Erika McKay as Deputy General Counsel

 

About the Company

Growing up in the small town of Camden in Wilcox County and working on her father`s farm taught Governor Kay Ivey to value hard work and living within one`s means. Her parents instilled values of faith, family, and community. After graduating from Auburn University in 1967, Kay worked as a high school teacher and a bank officer. She served as Reading Clerk of the Alabama House of Representatives under Speaker Joseph C. McCorquodale and Assistant Director of the Alabama Development Office, where she worked to spur job creation and economic development across the State. In 2002, Governor Ivey became the first Republican elected State Treasurer since Reconstruction and was re-elected in 2006. As Treasurer, Governor Ivey was committed to making the office more open, transparent, and efficient. Governor Ivey was elected Lieutenant Governor in 2010, becoming the first Republican woman to hold the office in Alabama`s history. She again made history on November 4, 2014, by becoming the first Republican Lieutenant Governor re-elected to the office. She has taken on several initiatives to grow jobs, address child hunger, and increase STEM education. As Chair of the Military Stability Commission, she is leading the first statewide coordinated effort to secure and strengthen Alabama`s military assets ahead of any potential base or force realignments. She also serves as national chair of the Aerospace States Association. On April 10, 2017, Governor Ivey was sworn in as the 54th Governor of the State of Alabama in the Old Senate Chamber in the Alabama State Capitol by Acting Chief Justice Lyn Stuart. She believes if you campaign as a Conservative for office, then you should govern as a Conservative in office. Kay Ivey will continue to bring conservative leadership with effective results to make this generation more productive and the next generation more prosperous.

 

About the Person

Erika McKay is Deputy General Counsel at Office of the Governor, State of Alabama. Previously, Erika held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.

 

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