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STATE GOVERNMENT
EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE
 
Elective State Officers and Personnel
State Departments and Related Agencies
Boards and Commissions
 
ELECTIVE STATE OFFICERS AND PERSONNEL OF OFFICES  
 
 
Address: State Capitol, Rm. 202, Hartford 06106. Tel., (860) 566-4840; Toll Free, 1-800-406-1527; TDD, 860-524-7397; Website: www.governor.ct.gov. Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram: @GovNedLamont.
 
Governor, Ned Lamont; Chief of Staff, Ryan Drajewicz; Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief of Staff, Paul Mounds; Senior Advisor, Jonathan Harris; General Counsel, Bob Clark; Dir. of Policy, Jonathan Dach; Dir. of Communications, Max Reiss; Exec. Office Administrator, Kathy Damato.
 
CONNECTICUT'S WASHINGTON OFFICE. 444 No. Capitol St., N.W., Ste. 317, Washington, DC 20001. Tel., (202) 403-8654. Dir., Dan DeSimone.
 
GOVERNOR'S MILITARY STAFF. Adjutant General, Chief of Staff, Lt. Gen. Francis J. Evon, Jr.; Asst. Adjutant General (Deputy Chief of Staff), Brig. Gen. Gerald E. McDonald; Asst. Adjutant General (Air), Brig. Gen. Karen Berry; Brig. Gen. Francis N. Detorie; Chief of Staff (Connecticut Air National Guard), Col. John P. Sorgini; Air Aide-de-camp (Senior Aviation Officer Connecticut National Guard), Col. Milad L. Pooran; Surgeon General (Senior Medical Officer Connecticut National Guard), Col. Robert C. Dorman; Aide-de-camp (United States Air Force Reserve), Col., vacancy; Aide-de-camp (United States Naval Reserve), Capt. vacancy; Aide-de-camp (United States Marine Corps Reserve), Col., vacancy; Aide-de-camp (United States Army Reserve), Col. Ronald Gross; Aide-de-camp (United States Coast Guard Reserve), Lt. Commander, vacancy; Aides-de-camp (National Guard), Col. two vacancies; Lt. Col., two vacancies; Maj., vacancy; Enlisted Aide-de-camp (Army National Guard), Command Sgt. Maj. John S. Carragher; Enlisted Aide-de-camp (Air National Guard), Command Chief Master Sgt. John M. Gasiorek; Ex Officio Members: Commandant (First Company Governor's Foot Guard), Maj. David T. Dwelley; Commandant (Second Company Governor's Foot Guard), Maj. Richard K. Greenalch; Commandant (First Company Governor's Horse Guard), Maj. Richard Zaczynski; Commandant (Second Company Governor's Horse Guard), Maj. James R. Marrinan; Additional Ex Officio Members: Immediate Past Commandant (First Company Governor's Foot Guard), Maj. Mark S. Boudreau; Immediate Past Commandant (Second Company Governor's Foot Guard), Maj. Gary W. Stegina; Immediate Past Commandant (First Company Governor's Horse Guard), Maj. Chris Miller; Immediate Past Commandant (Second Company Governor's Horse Guard), Maj. Gordon Johnson; Additional Staff Members - Col. or of equivalent Naval rank, vacancy; Majors or of equivalent Naval rank, Maj. Michael Steadman, vacancy.
 
GOVERNOR'S CABINET. Administrative Svs., Comr. Josh Geballe; Agriculture, Comr. Bryan Hurlburt; Banking, Comr. Jorge Perez; Children and Families, Comr. Vanessa Dorantes; Consumer Protection, Comr. Michelle Seagull; Correction, Comr. Rollin Cook; Developmental Svs., Comr. Jordan Scheff; Economic and Community Development, Comr. David Lehman; Education, Comr. Miguel Cardona; Emergency Svs. and Public Protection, Comr. James Rovella; Energy and Environmental Protection, Comr. Katie Dykes; Housing, Comr. Seila Mosquera-Bruno; Insurance, Comr. Andrew Mais; Labor, Comr. Kurt Westby; Mental Health and Addiction Svs., Comr. Miriam Delphin-Rittmon; Military, Major General, Francis Evon; Motor Vehicles, Comr. Sibongile Magubane; Policy and Mgmt., Secy. Melissa McCaw; Public Health, Comr. Renée Coleman-Mitchell; Office of Early Childhood Education, Comr. Beth Bye; Office of Health Strategy, Exec. Dir. Victoria Veltri; Office of Higher Education, Exec. Dir. Timothy Larson; Rehabilitation Svs., Comr. Amy Porter; Revenue Svs., Interim Comr. John Biello; Social Svs., Comr. Deidre Gifford; Transportation, Comr. Joseph Giulietti; Veterans' Affairs, Comr. Thomas Saadi.
 
 
Address: State Capitol, Rm. 304, Hartford 06106. Tel., (860) 524-7384; FAX, (860) 524-7304. Website: www.portal.ct.gov/ltgovernor.   
 
Lieutenant Governor, Susan Bysiewicz; Chief of Staff, Adam Joseph; General Counsel, Cherie Phoenix-Sharpe; Senior Advisor, Samuel Carmody; Press Secy., Juliemar Ortiz; Dir. of Scheduling, Emily Luna.
 
 
Address, Capitol Office: State Capitol, Rm. 104, 210 Capitol Ave., Hartford 06106. Website: www.ct.gov/sots.
 
Address, Administrative Office: 165 Capitol Ave. Suite 1000, P.O. Box 150470, Hartford 06115-0470.
 
Secy. of the State, Denise W. Merrill, (860) 509-6121; Deputy Secy. of the State, Scott D. Bates, (860) 509-6212; Chief of Staff, Shannon Wegele, (860) 509-6121; Dir. of Communications, Gabe Rosenberg, (860) 509-6255; Dir. of Community Outreach and Constituent Svs., Lourdes Montalvo, (860) 509-6202; Special Asst. to the Deputy, Tina Prakash, (860) 509-6212; Exec. Asst. to the Secy., Moriah Moriarty, (860) 509-6182; Legislative Dir., Jesse Hubbard, (860) 509-6184; Press Secy., Stephanie Sponzo, (860) 509-6256; Business Svs. Div., Chris Drake, Dir., (860) 509-6059, chris.drake@ct.gov; Human Resources, Nicole Brown, (860) 509-6171, nicole.brown@ct.gov; Legislative and Elections Admin. Div., Theodore Bromley, (860) 509-6100, ted.bromley@ct.gov; Mgmt. and Support Svs., Blanche Reeves Tucker, Fiscal Admin. Mgr., (860) 509-6166, blanche.tucker@ct.gov; Publications, Kristin Karr, Admin. Law Info. Systems Mgr., (860) 509-6009, kristin.karr@ct.gov; Information Technology, Thomas Miano, Agency Information Technology Mgr., (860) 509-6199, thomas.miano@ct.gov.
 
 
Address: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford 06106. Tel., (860) 702-3000. Website: https://portal.ct.gov/OTT.  
 
State Treas., Shawn T. Wooden; Deputy Treas., Darrell V. Hill; General Counsel, John Rubén Flores; Asst. Deputy Treas. of the Second Injury Fund and Unclaimed Property, Maria M. Greenslade; Chief Investment Officer, Laurie Martin; Asst. Treas. for Cash Mgmt., Steven Meier; Asst. Treas. for Debt Mgmt., Sarah Sanders; Asst. Treas. for Management Services, Alex Marcellino; Asst. Treas. for Policy, Christine Shaw; Chief Compliance Officer, Barbara Housen.
 
INVESTMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL. Sec. 3-13b, Gen. Stat. Address: State Treas., 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford 06106. Tel., (860) 702-3155.
 
Ex Officio, Shawn T. Wooden, State Treas.; Melissa McCaw, Secy. of the Office of Policy and Mgmt.
 
Public Members: Joshua M. Hall, Hartford, Hartford Federation of Teachers; Michael Knight, Fairfield; Michael LeClair, Glastonbury; Steven Muench, Avon, State Teachers' Unions, Connecticut Education Association; William Murray, Danbury, National Education Association; Carol M. Thomas, Chm., Storrs; Richard Ross, Weston; Patrick Sampson, Bristol, AFSCME/SEBAC.
 
 
Address: 165 Capitol Ave., Rm. 309, Hartford 06106. Tel., (860) 702-3301. Website: www.osc.ct.gov.
 
Comptroller, Kevin Lembo; Deputy Comptroller, P. Martha Carlson; Accounts Payable Div. Dir., Elizabeth Macha; Budget and Financial Analysis Div. Dir., Robert Gribbon; Active & Pension Payroll Svs. Div. Dir., Mark Bissoni; Healthcare Policy and Benefits Svs. Div. Dir., Thomas Woodruff, Ph.D.; Retirement Div. Dir., John Herrington; and Information Technology Dir., Angelo Romano.
 
STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT COMMISSION 
 
Sec. 5-155a, Gen. Stat. Address: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford 06106.
 
Chm., Peter Adomeit, Esq.; Janet Andrews; Michael Bailey; Sandra Fae Brown-Brewton; Karen Buffkin; Michael Carey; Charles Casella; Carl Chisem, Robert D. Coffey; Paul Fortier; Sal Luciano; Karen Nolan; Claude Poulin; Angel Quiros.
 
Ex Officio, Secy., Kevin Lembo; Ex Officio, Shawn T. Wooden.
 
MEDICAL EXAMINING BOARD FOR STATE EMPLOYEE
 
DISABILITY RETIREMENT
 
Sec. 5-169(c), Gen. Stat.
 
Richard Blum, Woodbridge; Amerjeet Dargan, West Hartford; J. Robert Galvin, Glastonbury; Kamel H. Ghandour, Stamford; Manny Katsetos, Avon; Nikolai Lieders, Middletown; Rita Ohene-Adeji, Hamden; Debra Ann Pollack, Newtown; Lynn Rudich, Woodbridge.
 
 
Address: 165 Capital Ave., Hartford 06106. Tel., (860) 808-5318. Website: www.ct.gov/ag.
 
Atty. General, William Tong; Deputy Atty. General, Margaret Q. Chapple; Asst. Deputy Atty. General, Joseph Rubin; Associate Attys. General, Vanessa Avery, Antoria Howard, Clare Kindall, Erik Lohr; Special Associate, Sandra G. Arenas; Dir. of Communications, Elizabeth Benton; Special Counsel/Legislation, Nicole Lake; Dir. of Policy, Justin Kronholm; AAG, Joshua Perry; Exec. Asst., Lori Fernand; Exec. Asst., Rowan Kane; Exec. Asst., Peter Brown; Legal Office Administrator, William Garcia; Bus. Mgr., Hy Ly; System Mgr., Scott Eliasson; Principal Human Resources Specialist, Susan Cavanaugh.
 
Antitrust and Government Program Fraud: 165 Capital Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5540. Dept. Head, Michael Cole; AAGs, Gary Becker, Antonia Conti, Rachel Davis, Nicole Demers, Karen Haabestad, Joshua Jackson, Laura Martella, Christine Miller, W. Joseph Nielsen, Gregory O'Connell, Richard Porter, Thomas Ryan, Robert Teitelman, Karla Turekian.
 
Child Protection: 110 Sherman St., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5480. Dept. Head, Benjamin Zivyon; AAGs, Benjamin Abrams, Britney Adams, Christopher Aker, Seon Bagot, Elizabeth Bannon, Mildred Bauza, Michael J. Besso, Renee L. Bollier, Alina Bricklin-Goldstein, Karrol-Ann Brown, William G. Bumpus, Beth Crawford Cherubino, Amy S. Collins, Jeanet Figueroa-Laskos, Jessica B. Gauvin, Cristina Harrington, Jeanette Johnson, Lorri Kirk, Frank LaMonaca, Deanna Levine, Kristin Losi, Rachael Levine, Cynthia Mahon, Elizabeth Manniel,  Michael Martone, Susmita M. Mansukhani, A. Kim Mathias, Sara Nadim, Evan O'Roark, Parul Patel, Bette L. Paul-Zak, Krystal Ramos, Carolyn Signorelli, Andrei Tarutin, John E. Tucker, Stephen G. Vitelli, Rosemarie Weber.
 
Civil Rights/Torts: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5160. Dept. Head, Linsley Barbato; AAGs, Tamar Bakhbava, Michael R. Bullers, Jennifer Das, Joseph Jordano, Rosemary M. McGovern, Michael McKenna, Monica O'Connell, Julia Sorensen.
 
Collections/Child Support: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5150. Dept. Head, Sean O. Kehoe; AAGs, Joan Andrews, Judith A. Brown, Thomas P. Crean, Joseph B. Davis, Thamar Esperance-Smith, Andrea Gaines, Amy L. Guido, Rochelle Homelson, Krislyn Launer, Gail M. Lawrence, Diaghilev Lubin-Farnell, Ann McCarthy, Denise S. Mondell, Neil Parille, Linda Russo, Steven L. Samalot, Maria Santos, Laura Vitale, Gary G. Williams, Mee Wong.
 
Consumer Protection: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5400. Dept. Head, Michael Wertheimer; AAGs, Mercedes G. Alonzo, Jonathon Blake, Ann-Marie Degraffenreidt, Brendan Flynn, Jose R. Martinez, Kim Mcgee, John S. Wright.
 
Employment Rights: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5340. Dept. Head, Matthew Larock; AAGs, Jennifer Bennett, Nancy Brouillet, Stephen Courtney, Inez Diaz-Galloza, Carolyn E. Ennis, Josephine Graff, Charlene Spencer-Lyle, Carletha Texidor, Colleen Valentine, Stephanie Wainwright.
 
Energy: 10 Franklin Sq., New Britain, Tel., (860) 827-2620. AAGs, Lauren Bidra, Seth Hollander, Robert Marconi.
 
Environment: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5250. Dept. Head, Matthew Levine; AAGs, Benjamin Cheney, Lori DiBella, Jonathan Hard, Scott N. Koschwitz, Jill Lacedonia, Michael Lynch, Daniel Salton, Sharon Seligman, Gail S. Shane, Robert Snook, Denise Vecchio, David H. Wrinn.
 
Finance/Public Utilities: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5270. Dept. Head, Joseph Chambers; AAGs, Lorrie Adeyemi, Dinah Bee, James Caley, John Langmaid, Patrick Ring, Amor Rosario, Heather Wilson.
 
Health and Education: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5210. Dept. Head, Henry A. Salton; AAGs, Susan Castonguay, Kerry Colson, Darren Cunningham, Tanya DeMattia, Mary Lenehan, Emily Melendez, Shawn Rutchick, Daniel R. Shapiro, Laura Thurston, Ralph Urban, Lynn Wittenbrink.
 
Privacy and Data Security: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5400. Dept. Head, Jeremy Pearlman; AAGs, Aine Demeo, Michele Lucan, John Neumon.
 
Public Safety/Special Revenue: 110 Sherman St., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5450. Dept. Head, Terrence M. O'Neill; AAGs, Steven Barry, Matthew B. Beizer, James Belforti, Thomas Davis, Robert Dearington, James Donohue, Stephen Finucane, Robert Fiske III, Zenobia Graham-Days, Michael Martone, Jacob Mcchesney, Janelle Medeiros, Madeline A. Melchionne, Carmel Motherway, Lisamaria Proscino, Edward Rowley, Steven R. Strom, Jessica Torres, DeAnn Varunes, Samantha Wong.
 
Special Litigation/Charities: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5020. Dept. Head, Mark Kohler; AAGs, Caitlin Calder, Robert Deichert, Karen Gano, Gary Hawes, Kimberly Massicotte, Philip Miller, Eleanor Mullen, Maura Murphy-Osborne, Alma Nunley, Jane Rosenberg, Daniel R. Schaefer, Michael Skold, Alayna Stone.
 
Transportation/Contract Litigation: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5090. Dept. Head, Eileen Meskill; AAGs, Anthony Famiglietti, Drew Graham, Christine Jean-Louis, Cara Keefe, Alan N. Ponanski, Raul Rodriguez, John Russo, Jose O. Salinas, Charles Walsh, Jeffrey Zeman.
 
Workers' Compensation/Labor: 165 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Tel., (860) 808-5050. Dept. Head, Philip M. Schulz; AAGs, Patrick Finley, Marie Gallo-Hall, Richard R. Hine, Kenneth H. Kennedy Jr., Beth Margulies, Krista O'Brien, Maria Rodriguez, Richard Sponzo, Donna Summers, Francis Vignati, Jr., Lisa G. Weiss, Lawrence Widem.
 
 
ARTICLE XXIII of the Amendments to the Connecticut Constitution and Secs. 51-275a, 51-277, and 51-278 Gen. Stat. Said Commission appoints the Chief State's Attorney, Deputy Chief State's Attorney, State's Attorney for a Judicial District, and their assistants and deputies. Address: c/o Chm., 300 Corporate Pl., Rocky Hill 06067. Tel., (860) 258-5800. Website: www.ct.gov/cjc. E-mail: conndcj@ct.gov.  
 
Appointed by Governor, Chm., Andrew J. McDonald, Stamford; Hon. Melanie L. Cradle, Durham; Robert M. Berke, Woodbridge; Reginald D. Betts, New Haven; Scott J. Murphy, Farmington; Moy N. Ogilvie, West Hartford.
 
Chief State's Atty., Richard J. Colangelo, Jr.
 
 
ARTICLE XXIII of the Amendments to the Connecticut Constitution and Sec. 51-276, Gen. Stat. establishes the Division of Criminal Justice as an agency within the executive department, which shall be in charge of the investigation and prosecution of all criminal matters. The division shall have all management rights except appointment of state's attorneys.
 
Address: 300 Corporate Pl., Rocky Hill 06067. Tel., (860) 258-5800; Website: www.portal.ct.gov/dcj. E-mail: conndcj@ct.gov.
 
Chief State's Atty., Richard J. Colangelo, Jr.; Deputy Chief State's Atty. (Admin., Personnel, and Finance), John J. Russotto; Deputy Chief State's Atty. (Operations), Kevin D. Lawlor.
 
STATE'S ATTORNEYS
SUPERIOR COURT-JUDICIAL DISTRICTS
 
Judicial District of Ansonia/Milford: Margaret E. Kelley, Milford.
Judicial District of Danbury: Stephen J. Sedensky III, Danbury.
Judicial District of Fairfield: Joseph T. Corradino, Bridgeport.
Judicial District of Hartford: Gail P. Hardy, Hartford.
Judicial District of Litchfield: Dawn Gallo, Torrington.
Judicial District of Middlesex: Michael A. Gailor, Middletown.
Judicial District of New Britain: Brian W. Preleski, New Britain.
Judicial District of New Haven: Patrick J. Griffin, New Haven.
Judicial District of New London: Michael L. Regan, New London.
Judicial District of Stamford-Norwalk: Paul J. Ferencek, Stamford.
Judicial District of Tolland: Matthew C. Gedansky, Rockville.
Judicial District of Waterbury: Maureen Platt, Waterbury.
Judicial District of Windham: Anne F. Mahoney, Danielson.
 
SUPERVISORY ASSISTANT STATE'S ATTORNEYS
SUPERIOR COURT-GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS
 
G.A. # 1: Steven G. Weiss, Stamford.
 
G.A. # 2: Cornelius Kelly, Bridgeport.
G.A. # 3: Deborah P. Mabbett, Danbury. G.A. # 4: Catherine Brannelly Austin, Waterbury. G.A. # 5: Rebecca A. Barry, Derby. G.A. # 7: James Dinnan, Meriden. G.A. # 9: Jeffrey Doskos, Middletown. G.A. #10: David J. Smith, New London.

G.A. #11: Elizabeth C. Leaming, Danielson.

G.A. #12: Adam B. Scott, Manchester.

G.A. #13: Christopher Parakilas, Enfield.

G.A. #14: Carl R. Ajello III, Hartford.

G.A. #15: Mary Rose Palmese, New Britain. 

G.A. #18: Jonathan Knight, Torrington.

G.A. #19: Jaclyn Dulude, Rockville.

G.A. #20: Suzanne M. Vieux, Norwalk.

G.A. #21: Thomas M. Griffin, Norwich.

G.A. #22: Charles M. Stango, Milford.

G.A. #23: David J. Strollo, New Haven.

 
DEPUTY/ASSISTANT STATE'S ATTORNEYS
SUPERIOR COURT - HOUSING SESSIONS
 

Judith R. Dicine, Supervisory Assistant State's Atty. Address: 80 Washington St., Hartford 06106. Tel. (860) 756-7810; Maura T. Coyne, Senior Assistant State’s Atty.,1061 Main St., Bridgeport 06604. Tel., (203) 579-7237; Donna M. Parker, Senior Assistant State's Atty., 121 Elm St., New Haven 06510. Tel., (203) 773-6755; John F. Kerwin III, Senior Assistant State's Atty., 400 Grand St., Waterbury 06702. Tel., (203) 236-8141.

 

PROSECUTORS

SUPERIOR COURT--JUVENILE MATTERS

Administration

Francis J. Carino, Supervisory Assistant State's Atty.

Bridgeport

John D. Capozzi II, Supervisory Assistant State's Atty.

Hartford

Bruce Tonkonow, Supervisory Assistant State's Atty.; Jesse F. Bennett, Brian Casinghino, Senior Assistant State's Attys.

Middletown

Steven M. Lesko, Assistant State's Atty.

New Britain

Marc W. Vallen, Assistant State's Atty.

New Haven

Vincent A. Duva, Supervisory Assistant State's Atty., Marion Z. Malafronte, Assistant State's Atty.

Rockville

Veronica M. Paige, Assistant State's Atty.

Stamford

Carol Ann Dreznick, Senior Assistant State's Atty.

Torrington

Magdalena Valentine-Campos, Senior Assistant State's Atty.

Waterbury

James Fletcher, Supervisory Assistant State's Atty.; Jayne Kennedy, Assistant State's Atty.

Waterford

Lonnie Braxton, Senior Assistant State's Atty.; M. Frances Reese, Senior Assistant State's Atty.

Willimantic

M. Frances Reese, Senior Assistant State's Atty.

 
 
BOARD OF FIREARMS PERMIT EXAMINERS 
 
Appointed by the Governor for a term coterminous with term of the Governor or until a successor is chosen, Sec. 29-32b, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, reasonable subsistence and travel allowances. Address: 18-20 Trinity St., 5th Flr., Hartford 06106. Tel., (860) 256-2977. Website: www.ct.gov/bfpe.

 

Chm., Frank P. Blando, Esq., Stratford; Secy., Col. Kyle E. Overturf, Middlefield; Carolyn Futtner, Esq., Southington; Anthony Iaconis, Esq., Gudrun K. Johnson, Meriden; M. Peter Kuck, West Hartford; Chief Carl Rosensweig, Granby; Cynthia Conrad, M.D., Guilford.

 

JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL

 

Sec. 51-51k, Gen. Stat. Address: Exec. Dir., 505 Hudson St., P.O. Box 260099, Hartford 06126-0099. Tel., (860) 566-5424; FAX, (860) 566-6617.

 

Appointed by the Governor, Mitchell R. Harris Esq. (chair) Hartford;  Mark D. Phillips, Esq. (Former Chair) Stamford; Russell L. London, Esq., Wethersfield; Hon. Maureen D. Dennis, Southport; Hon. James Abrams, Wilton; Hon. John F. Kavanewsky, Jr., Norwalk; Motkue Bowles, West Hartford; Peter W. Nathan, Westport; Richard Smith, Milford; vacancy. Alternates, Richard T. Meehan, Jr., Esq. (Former Chair) vacancy; Hon. Hon. Anna Ficeto, Wolcott; Hon. Laura Baldini, West Hartford; Magistrate Hon.  Michael L. Ferguson, Meriden; Hon. Anthony P. Fusco, Brookfield; Hon. Gladys Idelis Nieves, New Haven; Samantha Rosenberg, Cheshire; two vacancies. Admin. Asst., Pamela R. Perrin.

 

Interim Exec. Dir., Scott J. Murphy. 

 

JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION 

 

Sec. 51-44a, Gen. Stat., Compensation, none. Address: 18-20 Trinity St., Hartford 06106. Tel., (860) 256-2957; FAX, (860) 256-2956.

 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Robert S. Bello, Esq., Stamford; William A. Conti, Litchfield; Joseph McGee, Fairfield; Peter Smith, Milford; James F. Sullivan, West Hartford; William Welz, Willington. Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Rosemarie Paine, Esq., New Haven. Appointed by the Senate Majority Leader, vacancy. Appointed by the Senate Minority Leader, Edward R. Lennon. Appointed by the Speaker of the House, vacancy. Appointed by the House Majority Leader, Gregory C. Davis, Esq., Bloomfield. Appointed by the House Minority Leader, Scott Storms, Windsor Locks; Mgr., Monika L. Nugent, Vernon.

 

OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE

 

Appointed by the Governor for a four-year term or until a successor is chosen, with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, Sec. 46a-13k, Gen. Stat. (as amended by Public Act No. 11-48). Compensation, $113,300. Address: 18-20 Trinity St., Hartford, 06106. Tel., (860) 566-2106; FAX, (860) 566-2251; Toll Free, 1-800-994-0939. Website: www.ct.gov/oca. E-Mail: oca@ct.gov.  

 

Child Advocate, Sarah Healy Eagan; Associate Child Advocate, Miriam Kramer; Asst. Child Advocates, Valerie Lilley, Heather Panciera, Faith Vos Winkel; Staff Atty., Virginia Brown; Human Svs. Advocates, Julie McKenna, Lucy Orellano (PT).

 
OFFICE OF THE VICTIM ADVOCATE
 
Appointed by the Governor for a four-year term or until a successor is chosen, with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, Sec. 46a-13b, Gen. Stat. Compensation, $120,000. Address: 505 Hudson St., 5th Flr., Hartford 06106-7107. Tel., (860) 550-6632; FAX, (860) 560-7065. Toll Free (888) 771-3126. Website: www.ct.gov/ova.  
 
State Victim Advocate, Natasha M. Pierre, JD, MSW, December 26, 2014. Complaint Officer, Merit Lajoie; Staff Atty., Hakima Bey-Coon; Secy. II, Vanessa M. Torres.
 
STATE CONTRACTING STANDARDS BOARD
 
Sec. 4e-2. Gen. Stat. Fourteen members. Eight members appointed by the Governor, two members appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, two members appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, one member appointed by the Majority Leader of the Senate, one member appointed by the Majority Leader of the House of Representatives.
 
In the event that the party of the Governor also controls both houses of the General Assembly, the board shall be appointed as follows: Eight members appointed by the Governor, one member appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, one member appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, one member appointed by the Majority Leader of the Senate, one member appointed by the Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, one member appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate, one member appointed by the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives. Address: 18-20 Trinity St., Hartford 06106. Tel., (860) 947-0706. Website: www.ct.gov/scsb.
 
Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Lawrence S. Fox, West Hartford; Alfred W. Bertoline, Branford; Bruce H. Buff, Avon; Lawrence S. Fox, West Hartford; Albert Ilg, West Hartford; Jean M. Morningstar, West Hartford; Robert D. Rinker, South Windsor; Brenda L. Sisco, Ellington; vacancy. Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Salvatore Luciano, New Britain. Appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Charles W. Casella, Jr., East Hartford. Appointed by the Majority Leader of the Senate, Donna Karnes, Norwalk. Appointed by the Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, Stuart Mahler, West Hartford. Appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate, Thomas G. Ahneman, Greenwich. Appointed by the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, Robert Sember, Shelton.
 
Exec. Dir., David L. Guay; Chief Procurement Officer, vacancy. 
 
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION
 
Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, five members for four years; appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, one member for two years; appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate, one member for two years; appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, one member for two years; appointed by the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, one member for two years. Sec. 1-205, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, $200 per day of service, plus actual and necessary expenses. Address: 18-20 Trinity St., Hartford 06106-1628. Tel., (860) 566-5682; Toll Free (CT only), 1-866-374-3617; FAX, (860) 566-6474; Website: www.state.ct.us/foi. E-mail: FOI@ct.gov.  
 
Chm., Owen P. Eagan, West Hartford, June 30, 2023; Ryan P. Barry, Manchester, June 30, 2021; Victoria Chavey, West Hartford, June 30, 2020; Jonathan Einhorn, Westbrook, June 30, 2021; Stephen Fuzesi, Jr., Greenwich, June 30, 2023; Christopher P. Hankins, East Haddam, June 30, 2019; Jay A. Shaw, Stamford, June 30, 2022; Matthew E. Streeter, South Windsor, June 30, 2021; Lenny T. Winkler, Groton, June 30, 2020.
 
Exec. Dir./Gen. Counsel, Colleen M. Murphy; Managing Dir./Associate General Counsel, Mary E. Schwind; Public Education Officer, Thomas A. Hennick; Human Resources Specialist, Lateisha T. Rainey; Principal Atty., Victor R. Perpetua; Staff Attys. III, Valicia D. Harmon, Paula S. Pearlman, Kathleen K. Ross; Staff Attys. II, Danielle L. McGee, Matthew D. Reed; Mgmt. Analyst, Cindy A. Cannata; Paralegals, Wendy Paradis, Jennifer Muth; Admin. Asst., Linda Fasciano.
 
OFFICE OF STATE ETHICS
 
Chapter 10, Gen. Stat. Address: 18-20 Trinity St., Ste. 205, Hartford 06106-1660. Tel., (860) 263-2400; FAX, (860) 263-2402; Website: portal.ct.gov/ethics. E-mail: ose@ct.gov.
 
Exec. Dir., Peter Lewandowski; General Counsel, Brian O'Dowd; Deputy General Counsel, Marianne Sadowski; Assistant General Counsel, Diane Buxo; Dir. of Education and Communications, Nancy Nicolescu; Ethics Enforcement Officer, Mark Wasielewski; Deputy Ethics Enforcement Officer, Marc W. Crayton; Asst. Ethics Enforcement Officer, Jennifer Montgomery; Legal Investigator, Michael Morrissey; Paralegals, Melissa Hamilton, Malissa Hurry; Information Technology Analyst III, Ann Morgan; Information Technology Analyst II, Alaaeldin Ali; Fiscal Admin. Asst., Daniel Boateng.
 
CITIZEN'S ETHICS ADVISORY BOARD
 
Compensation of members, $200 per day of service, plus necessary expenses.
 
Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Dena Castricone, North Haven, Sept. 30, 2022; Jason K. Farrell, West Hartford, Sept. 30, 2020; Beth Cook, West Hartford, Sept. 30, 2020. Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Vice Chm., Kevin P. Johnston, Pomfret Center, Sept. 30, 2022. Appointed by the Senate Majority Leader, Mary Bigelow, Northford, Sept. 30, 2021. Appointed by the Senate Minority Leader, Charles F. Chiusano, Fairfield, Sept. 30, 2021. Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Karen Christiana, Old Saybrook, Sept. 30, 2023. Appointed by the House Majority Leader, Nichelle Mullins, Farmington, Sept. 30, 2023. Appointed by the House Minority Leader, Cheryl Lipson, Woodbridge, Sept. 30, 2023.
 
STATE ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION
 
Sec. 9-7a, Gen. Stat. Appointed with the consent of the General Assembly. Compensation of members, $200 per day for attendance at commission meetings or hearings, plus reasonable expenses. Address: 20 Trinity St., Hartford 06106-1628. Tel., (860) 256-2940; FAX, (860) 256-2983; Toll Free (CT only), 1-866-733-2463; Website: www.ct.gov/seec.
 
Appointed by the Governor, Andrew Cascudo, Hartford, June 30, 2021. Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Stephen T. Penny, Manchester, June 30, 2016. Appointed by the Senate Minority Leader, Michael J. Ajello, North Haven, June 30, 2018. Appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Chm., Anthony J. Castagno, North Stonington, June 30, 2015. Appointed by the House Minority Leader, Salvatore A. Bramante, Hartford, June 30, 2018. Legal Program Dir., Shannon Kief; Dir. of Campaign Disclosure and Audit Unit, Linda Waterman; Information Technology Mgr., Douglas Frost.
 
Exec. Dir./Gen. Counsel, Michael J. Brandi, Esq.